A central nervous system stimulant and analeptic, once used as an adjunctive agent in the treatment of severe respiratory depression due to barbiturates and carbon dioxide retention.

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etha·mi·van eth-'am-ə-.van, .eth-ə-'mī-vən n a central nervous system stimulant C12H17NO3 related to vanillic acid and used esp. formerly as a respiratory stimulant

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