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chlorpropamide

chlorpropamide (klor-proh-pă-myd) n. a long-acting oral hypoglycaemic drug (see also sulphonylurea) used mainly in the treatment of diabetes insipidus.

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chlorpropamide

chlorpropamide Drug used in the treatment of diabetes; it stimulates secretion of insulin. An oral hypoglycaemic agent.

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