fluphenazine

fluphenazine

[floo-fen-uh-zeen]
noun Pharmacology.
a potent tranquilizer, C 22 H 26 F 3 N 3 OS, derived from phenothiazine and used in various forms for the management of certain neurological or psychotic disorders and for short-term treatment of acute anxiety.

Origin:
1955–60; flu(oro)- + phenazine

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fluphenazine flu·phen·a·zine (flōō-fěn'ə-zēn')
n.
A tranquilizing drug used especially in the form of its hydrochloride in psychotherapy.

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