dexpanthenol

(deks-panĀ“thә-nol) the D-isomer of panthenol, a coenzyme A precursor with cholinergic activity. Used to increase peristalsis in atony and paralysis of the lower intestine and as an antiflatulent; also used topically to stimulate skin healing in various eczemas and dermatoses.
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dexpanthenol

D-(+)-2,4-dihydroxy-N-(3-hydroxypropyl)-3,3-dimethylbutyramide;pantothenic acid with -CH2OH replacing the terminal -COOH; a cholinergic agent and a dietary source of pantothenic acid. ... Synonym: panthenol, pantothenyl alcohol. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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dexpanthenol

Type: Term Pronunciation: deks-pan′thĕ-nol Definitions: 1. Pantothenic acid with -CH2OH replacing the terminal -COOH; a cholinergic agent and a dietary source of pantothenic acid. Synonyms: panthenol, pantothenyl alcohol
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