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Prozac

[proh-zak] /ˈproʊ zæk/
Pharmacology, Trademark.
1.
Origin
1988
1988
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British Dictionary definitions for Prozac

Prozac

/ˈprəʊzæk/
noun
1.
trademark fluoxetine; a drug that prolongs the action of serotonin in the brain; used as an antidepressant
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Word Origin and History for Prozac
n.

1985, proprietary name for fluoxetine hydrochloride, developed early 1970s by Lilly Industries.

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Prozac in Medicine

Prozac Pro·zac (prō'zāk')

A trademark for fluoxetine hydrochloride.

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