spirolactone

spirolactone

 [spi″ro-lak´tōn]
any of a group of compounds capable of opposing the action of sodium-retaining steroids on renal transport of sodium and potassium.

spirolactone

/spi·ro·lac·tone/ (spi″ro-lak´tōn) any of a group of compounds capable of opposing the action of sodium-retaining steroids on renal transport of sodium and potassium.
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Spirolactone should not be added in patients who suffer from diabetes.
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