enalapril


enal·a·pril

noun \e-ˈna-lə-ˌpril\

Definition of ENALAPRIL

:  an antihypertensive drug C20H28N2O5 that is an ACE inhibitor administered orally in the form of its maleate

Origin of ENALAPRIL

perhaps from phenyl + alanyl + -pril, alteration of proline
First Known Use: 1982

enal·a·pril

noun \e-ˈnal-ə-ˌpril\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of ENALAPRIL

: an antihypertensive drug that is an ACE inhibitor administered orally in the form of its maleate C20H28N2O5·C4H4O4—see vasotec

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