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muse

a goddess that inspires a creative artist, esp a poet

Muse

(language)
OR-parallel logic programming.

MUSE

(1) (MultiUser Simulation Environment, MultiUser Shared Environment) See MUD.

(2) (MUltiple Sub-Nyquist sampling Encoding) The compression system used in Japan's first HD TV system. See Hi-Vision.

(3) A computer developed at the University of Manchester in the late 1950s. See BABY.
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*Viagra (sildenafil citrate) *Cialis (tadalafil) *Levitra/Staxyn (vardenafil) *Stendra/Spedra (avanafil) *Zydena (udenafil) *Vitaros (Alprostadil Cream) *Others
Intraurethral alprostadil for treatment of erectile dysfunction in patients with spinal cord injury.
As a vasodilatory substance, Alprostadil has been applied in clinical studies for CIN prevention.
Dose proportional pharmacokinetics of alprostadil in healthy volunteers following intravenous infusion.
A synthetic vasodilator chemically identical to natural occurring prostaglandin E-1, alprostadil is placed in the distal urethra in a pellet form (Hawksworth & Burnett, 2015).
These 11 Asian studies (Table 1) reported 8 anticoagulation strategies including: Antithrombin III (ATIII), low-molecular-weight heparin (LMWH) plus Warfarin plus Aspirin, LMWH plus Warfarin, Urokinase + Aspirin, Warfarin, Alprostadil, Aspirin, LMWH plus Aspirin.
His current medications include alprostadil, amantadine, carbidopa/levodopa, entacapone, loratadine, midodrine, oxybutynin, ropinirole, and simvastatin.
The patient was treated with a transfusion of normal saline (3000 mL/day) and a 10-[micro]g intravenous bolus of alprostadil (Palux Injection; Taisho Pharmaceutical Co., Tokyo, Japan), a synthetic variant of prostaglandin E1, daily for 7 days.
Vitaros` local delivery provides an alternative for patients, but particularly those with complications that preclude them from using the orally delivered systemic treatments or who prefer to avoid the injectable forms of alprostadil, concluded the company.
MUSE (alprostadil) urethral suppository, a medicine that's inserted with an applicator directly into the urethra (penile opening), stimulating erectile tissue, enlarging arteries for greater blood supply, and preventing blood from leaving the penis for a maintained erection.