n. ジメルカプロール, 解毒剤として使われる化合物

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  • Dimercaprol — Dimercaprol …   Wikipedia

  • dimercaprol — Antagonista de metales pesados. Se prescribe en el tratamiento de la enfermedad de Wilson y en el tratamiento de la intoxicación aguda por arsénico, mercurio u oro, así como en las sobredosis de diuréticos mercuriales, sales de arsénico o de …   Diccionario médico

  • dimercaprol — ● dimercaprol ou dimercaptopropanol nom masculin Médicament utilisé dans le traitement d intoxications par des métaux lourds …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Dimercaprol — Strukturformel (R) Form (links) und (S) Form (rechts) …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Dimercaprol — BAL British Anti Lewisite Dimercaprol Général No CAS 59 52 9 …   Wikipédia en Français

  • dimercaprol — /duy meuhr kap rawl, rol/, n. Chem. a colorless, oily, viscous liquid, C3H8OS2, originally developed as an antidote to lewisite and now used in treating bismuth, gold, mercury, and arsenic poisoning. Also called BAL, British Anti Lewisite. [1945… …   Universalium

  • dimercaprol — noun Etymology: di + mercaptan + propane + 1 ol Date: 1947 a compound C3H8OS2 developed as an antidote against lewisite and used to treat arsenic, mercury, and gold poisoning called also BAL …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • dimercaprol — noun The mercaptan 2,3 dimercaptopropanol used as an antidote to arsenic poisoning …   Wiktionary

  • dimercaprol — A chelating agent, developed as an antidote for lewisite and other arsenical poisons. It acts by competing for the metal with the essential SH groups in the pyruvate oxidase system of the cells and forms, with arsenic, a stable, relatively… …   Medical dictionary

  • Dimercaprol — Di|mer|ca|p|rol [Kurzw. aus 2,3 Dimercaptopropan 1 ol], das; s; Syn.: BAL: HSH2C CH(SH) CH2OH; chelatisierend wirkendes Antidot bei Vergiftungen durch Verb. des As (z. B. Lewisit), Sb, Hg u. Co sowie in der Komplexometrie eingesetzte ölige Verb.… …   Universal-Lexikon

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