barbital was introduced into medicine under the proprietary name veronal, and was manufactured in Germany by Friedr.
The Council took up the substance in February, 1918, and referred the matter to the referee in charge of barbital preparations.
A woman, who had taken morphine and barbital, was found apparently dead after a night's exposure in some lonely spot.
barbital bar·bi·tal (bär'bĭ-tôl', -tāl')
A white crystalline barbiturate used as a sedative and hypnotic, especially in the form of its soluble salt, sodium barbital.