|Molar mass||279.13 g·mol−1|
|Legal status||Prescription only (℞)|
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Acecarbromal was discovered by Bayer in 1917. As (Abasin, Carbased, Paxarel, Sedacetyl, Sedanyl), also known as acetyladalin and acetylcarbromal, it was a hypnotic and sedative drug formally sold in the United States and Europe. It is also used in combination with extract of quebracho and vitamin E as a treatment for erectile dysfunction under the brand name Afrodor in Europe.
- DE Patent 327129
- Baumbusch, F; Papp, GK; Kopa, ZS (1995). "Treatment for potency problems with Afrodor 2000". Acta chirurgica Hungarica 35 (1–2): 87–92. PMID 8659243.
- Sperling, H; Lümmen, G; Luboldt, HJ; Rübben, H (1999). "Secondary erectile dysfunction. Is oral medication in the diagnostic phase indicated?". Der Urologe. Ausg. A 38 (1): 56–9. doi:10.1007/s001200050246. PMID 10081103.
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