theophylline sodium glycinate
Definition: equilibrium mixture containing theophylline sodium and glycine in approximately molecular proportions, buffered with an additional mole of glycine; similar in action and uses to aminophylline but more stable in air, and less irritating to the gastric mucosa.
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