Medical Definition of Aromatic ammonia spirit

1. A hydroalcoholic solution containing approximately 2% ammonia and 4% ammonium carbonate and the aromatics: lemon oil, lavender oil, and myristica oil. Used mainly by inhalation to produce reflex stimulation in persons who have fainted or are at risk of syncope. Synonym: sal volatile, smelling salts. (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Aromatic Ammonia Spirit

aromas
aromata
aromatase
aromatase inhibitor
aromatases
aromatherapeutic
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aromatherapists
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aromatic
aromatic-l-amino-acid decarboxylases
aromatic NADH-dependent nitroreductase
aromatic amine acetyltransferase
aromatic amine dehydrogenase
aromatic ammonia spirit (current term)
aromatic aster
aromatic castor oil
aromatic compound
aromatic d-amino-acid decarboxylase
aromatic hydrocarbon
aromatic series
aromatic vegetable
aromatic water
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aromaticalness
aromaticities
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