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xanabras

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RELIEF OF PAIN REVOLUTIONIZED SURGERY 783

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C—N—

CH3 C—N—C2H5

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(C6H5)2=C C=0

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C—N—

C4H9 C—N—

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phenobarbital

pentobarbital

(luminal)

(nembutal)

Used for prevention of

epileptic fits

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CI CHs

CI H H

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CI—C—C—OH CI—C—C—CH3 CI—C—C—N—C—

CI OH

CI OH

CI OH O

chloral

chloretone

chloramide

OH

O—CH3

OC2H5

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NHCOCH3

acetyl-p-aminophenol

A weak antipyretic of

high toxicity

NHCOCH3

(methacetin)

p-methoxyacetanilide

A stronger antipyretic,

but less toxic than acetylp-aminophenol

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NHCOCHa

(antifebrin)

acetanilide

About the same antipyretic

action as phenacetin,

but more toxic

NHCOCH3

(phenacetin)

p-ethoxyacetanilide

About the same antipyretic

action as methacetin,

but less toxic

Chloretone has a hypnotic action similar to that of chloral. It is

used to prevent seasickness and is a useful bacteriostatic.

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