|Synonyms||Etoxeridine, Carbetidine, Atenos|
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|Molar mass||321.417 g·mol−1|
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Etoxeridine was developed in the 1950s and investigated for use in surgical anesthesia, however it was never commercialized and is not currently used in medicine. As with other opioids which were not in clinical use during the drafting of the Controlled Substances Act, it is categorized as a Schedule I narcotic.
- BE 558883
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