me·thoxy·flu·rane noun \me-ˌthäk-sē-ˈflu̇r-ˌān\
: a potent nonexplosive inhalational general anesthetic C3H4Cl2F2O administered as a vapor
Origin of METHOXYFLURANE
First Known Use: 1962
me·thoxy·flu·rane noun \me-ˌthäk-sē-ˈflu̇(ə)r-ˌān\ (Medical Dictionary)
: a potent nonexplosive inhalational general anesthetic C3H4Cl2F2O withdrawn from the United States market because of its link to liver and kidney damage
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