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demecarium

noun dem·e·car·i·um \ˌdem-i-ˈkar-ē-əm, -ˈker-\

Definition of DEMECARIUM

:  a long-acting cholinesterase-inhibiting quaternary ammonium compound that is a derivative of neostigmine and is used as the bromide C32H52Br2N4O4 in an ophthalmic solution especially in the treatment of glaucoma and esotropia
March 28, 2015
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