Hyoscine

Hy·os'cine noun [ See Hyoscyamus .] (Chemistry) An alkaloid found with hyoscyamine (with which it is also isomeric) in henbane, and extracted as a white, amorphous, semisolid substance.
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hyoscine

<drug> An alkaloid found with hyoscyamine (with which it is also isomeric) in henbane, and extracted as a white, amorphous, semisolid substance. ... See: Hyoscyamus. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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hyoscine

(hi´o-sēn) scopolamine.
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Hyoscine

• (n.) An alkaloid found with hyoscyamine (with which it is also isomeric) in henbane, and extracted as a white, amorphous, semisolid substance.
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hyoscine

hyoscine (hī'ōsēn, –sin) : see scopolamine.
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hyoscine

Type: Term Pronunciation: hī′ō-sēn Synonyms: scopolamine
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hyoscine

Drug that acts on the autonomic nervous system and prevents muscle spasm. It is frequently included in premedication to dry up lung secretions and as a postoperative sedative. It is also used to treat ulcers, to relax the womb in labour, for travel sickness, and to dilate the pupils before an eye examination. It is an alkaloid, C17
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