butabarbital sodium


butabarbital sodium
/byooh'teuh bahr"bi tawl', -tal'/, Pharm.
a barbiturate, C10H15N2NaO3, used as a sedative and hypnotic. Also called sodium butabarbital.
[based on the names of the chemical components BUTYL and BARBITURIC ACID]

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