Medical Definition of Sodium oxybate

1. Sodium 4-hydroxybutyrate. Anaesthetic used for both induction and maintenance. It may cause bradycardia and dyskinesias. Sodium oxybate has been supplied illicitly as a drug of abuse promoted for body building, and weight loss. Pharmacological action: anaesthesia adjuvants, anaesthetics, intravenous. Chemical name: Butanoic acid, 4-hydroxy-, monosodium salt (12 Dec 1998)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Sodium Oxybate

sodium lauryl sulfate
sodium lauryl sulphate
sodium levothyroxine
sodium liothyronine
sodium metabisulfite
sodium methicillin
sodium methylarsonate
sodium methylprednisolone succinate
sodium morrhuate
sodium nitrate
sodium nitrite
sodium nitroferricyanide
sodium nitroprusside
sodium nucleate
sodium orthophosphate
sodium oxybate (current term)
sodium p-aminohippurate
sodium p-aminophenylarsonate
sodium perborate
sodium peroxide
sodium pertechnetate
sodium pertechnetate tc 99m
sodium phenolsulfonate
sodium phosphate
sodium polyanhydromannuronic acid sulfate
sodium polystyrene sulfonate
sodium propionate
sodium psylliate

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