trientene

trientene

 [tri´en-tēn]
a chelating agent used as the hydrochloride salt for chelation of copper in treatment of wilson's disease, administered orally.

trientene

/tri·en·tene/ (tri´en-tēn) a chelating agent used as the hydrochloride salt for chelation of copper in the treatment of Wilson's disease.

trientene

[tri′en-tēn]
a chelating agent used as the hydrochloride salt for chelation of copper in treatment of Wilson's disease; administered orally.
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Though treated for 3yrs with trientene and zinc, at the time of surgery, she was not on medication.