A poisonous white crystalline alkaloid, C17H17NO2, produced by morphine and utilized medicinally to induce vomiting.
A particular narcotic found in the treating Parkinson's illness.
An artificial alkaloid, C17H17NO2, prepared from morphine. The hydrochlorate can be used in medication as a powerful emetic. Most commonly it is administered hypodermically. Also (as brand new Latin) apomorphina, apomorphia, emetomorphia.
a morphine by-product which is not since powerful as morphine; used as an emetic plus tiny amounts as a sedative