albuterol


al·bu·te·rol

noun \al-ˈbyü-tə-ˌrl, -ˌrōl\

Definition of ALBUTEROL

: a beta-agonist bronchodilator that is administered in the form of its sulfate (C13H21NO3)2·H2SO4 as an inhalational aerosol or as a tablet to treat bronchospasm associated especially with asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease—called also salbutamol; see combivent, proventil, ventolin

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