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Propoxyphene hydrochloride

Introduction: Propoxyphene hydrochloride

Description of Propoxyphene hydrochloride

Propoxyphene hydrochloride: a mildly narcotic analgesic drug (trade name Darvon) related to methadone but less addictive.
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Broader terms for Propoxyphene hydrochloride

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Hierarchical classifications of Propoxyphene hydrochloride

The following list attempts to classify Propoxyphene hydrochloride into categories where each line is subset of the next.

WordNet 2.1

  • analgesic,anodyne,pain pill,painkiller
  • medicament,medication,medicinal drug,medicine
  • drug
  • agent
  • causal agency,causal agent,cause
  • entity

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