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isoproterenol

[‚ī·sə‚prōd·ə′rē‚nȯl]
(pharmacology)
C11H17NO3 A sympathomimetic amine used as a bronchodilator.
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Effect of isoprenaline on the expression of vascular endothelial growth factor and cell viability in human umbilical vein endothelial cells
11,12] In Zhang's study [20], There was no difference in the MAP between the Control (C) group, Isoprenaline (ISO) group and Isoprenaline + ghrelin
A well known example of non-classical bioisosteric replacement have been reported for the hydroxyl group as shown in case of bronchodilator isoprenaline (isoproterenol) in which 3-OH group replacement with other bioisosteric group like 3- CH 2 OH, resulting salbutamol (albuterol), selective beta-2 agonist, a well known anti-asthamatic drug, by 3-NHSO 2 CH 3 , resulting soterenol and by 3- NHCONH 2 , resulting carbuterol [42-43].
The procedure was considered successful when post ablation tachycardia could not be induced within two minutes of intravenous isoprenaline 2ug/ minute with infusion pump.
Vasovagal hypersensitivity: a classic history of a precipitating event with symptomatic hypotension with or without bradycardia induced by prolonged head-up tilt (70 [degrees] for 30 min) [17] or by prolonged head-up tilt during GTN or isoprenaline provocation [18].
Maintenance of adequate cardiac function was ensured initially by intravenous administration of isoprenaline hydrochloride in accurately regulated dosage of a 1:400,000 solution in 5% dextrose in water.
Isoprenaline induces endotheliumin-dependent relaxation and accumulation of cyclic nucleotides in the rat aorta.
5 mg intravenously or an intravenous infusion of Dopamine or Isoprenaline.
Oral administration of polyphenolic compounds from cognac decreases ADP-induced platelet aggregation and reduces chronotropic effect of isoprenaline in rats.
It did not respond to intravenous atropine, mephentermine, isoprenaline, dopamine and adrenaline infusions.
Thus, intravascular instrumentation influences responses to head-up tilt in elderly subjects; the significance of positive responses obtained using intravenous isoprenaline in this age group requires further evaluation.