from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A compound of hydrobromic acid with a base (distinguished from a bromide, in which only the bromine unites with the base).
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A compound of hydrobromic acid with a base; -- distinguished from a bromide, in which only the bromine unites with the base.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The class name of the salts of organic bases with hydrobromic acid.
Scopolamine (scopolamine hydrobromide; first word pronounced: skoh-PAW-lah-mean), also known by another name -- hyoscine (hyoscine hydrobromide).
In terminal care, drugs such as hyoscine hydrobromide or atropine may be used to reduce secretions and minimise this effect.
CCC is Coricidin Cough & Cold — The cough medicine componenet — dextromethrophan hydrobromide — can cause a “high” if taken in large doses.
Robitussin PM – Easily the best mind-altering experience you can get without a prescription (or an I.D.), your fine friends at Dextromethorphan hydrobromide ensure a long, peaceful sleep with many surreal yet pleasant dreams.
Probably administered in form hyoscine-hydrobromide but no evidence to show if taken sub-cutaneously or by mouth.
NUEDEXTA is an innovative combination of two well-characterized components; dextromethorphan hydrobromide (20 mg), the ingredient active in the central nervous system, and quinidine sulfate (10 mg), a metabolic inhibitor enabling therapeutic dextromethorphan concentrations.
The increase in total operating expenses was primarily attributed to costs incurred in preparation for the commercial launch of NUEDEXTA™ dextromethorphan hydrobromide and quinidine sulfate.
In the NIMH's large-scale STAR*D study approximately 63% of patients did not achieve remission with first-line treatment with the SSRI citalopram hydrobromide.
Joy-rides tablets, £2.49 for 12 pills, contain the active ingredient hyoscine hydrobromide, which acts on the brain to prevent messages of motion sickness reaching the stomach.
Snurf was not an "herbal supplement," as Abraham represented, but instead was comprised entirely of dextromethorphan hydrobromide (DXM), which is a stimulant and the active ingredient in over-the-counter cough suppressants.
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