gua·neth·i·dine noun \gwä-ˈne-thə-ˌdēn\
: a drug C10H22N4 used especially in the form of its sulfate to treat hypertension
Origin of GUANETHIDINE
First Known Use: 1959
gua·neth·i·dine noun \gwä-ˈneth-ə-ˌdēn\ (Medical Dictionary)
: a drug used especially in the form of its sulfate C10H22N4·H2SO4 to treat severe high blood pressure
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