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Evaluation of a new anti diuretic agent desmopressin acetate


, : Evaluation of a new anti diuretic agent desmopressin acetate. Journal of the American Medical Association 240(17): 1896-1897

Desmopressin acetate is a synthetic vasopressin analog administered by the intranasal route. It is long-acting and well tolerated and may be the agent of choice for treating central diabetes insipidus.


Accession: 005395321

PMID: 691204

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