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pro·pox·y·phene hy·dro·chlor·ide(prō-pok'si-fēn hī'drō-klōr'īd),
A nonantipyretic, orally effective weak narcotic analgesic structurally related to methadone and used for the relief of mild to moderate pain; it is less effective than codeine.
propoxyphene hydrochloride, propoxyphene napsylate (prō-pok′sĭ-fēn″) (nap′sĭ-lāt″)
A mild opioid pain reliever. It was withdrawn from the U.S. market in 2011 because of potentially hazardous effects on cardiac conduction.
pro·pox·y·phene hy·dro·chlo·ride(prō-poksi-fēn hīdrŏ-klōrīd)
A nonantipyretic, orally effective weak narcotic analgesic used to relieve mild to moderate pain; less effective than codeine.