phenylephrine


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phenylephrine

[¦fen·əl′ef·rən]
(pharmacology)
C9H13NO2 A sympathomimetic amine, used in its hydrochloride salt form as a vasoconstrictor.
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The endothelium-dependent relaxation of the aortic rings precontracted with phenylephrine was measured by vasorelaxation tests with acetylcholine.
The difference in these two studies did not compare the two drugs each other and ephedrine was used only in the two studies and dose used in the studies was different but phenylephrine was more effective in the Tanaka et al.
A study comparing pupil responses to phenylephrine 1% and hydroxyamphetamine 1% in 14 consecutive patients with OSP after previously confirming the diagnosis with cocaine 10%21 found that phenylephrine 1% increased pupil size in postganglionic OSP by a mean of 2.
There's just one problem: Phenylephrine also is useless in cold medicine, as consumers are discovering.
Phenylephrine was discontinued because the patient's systemic blood pressure had stabilized.
Louis, MO, USA): sodium arsenite (trivalent inorganic arsenic), sodium arsenate (pentavalent inorganic arsenic), dimethylarsinic acid (DMAV), phenylephrine, and serotonin creatinine sulfate.
Prepared for the sedation-related hypotension, his nurse had a phenylephrine (Neosynephrine) infusion ready by the bedside.
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For those leading the war on methamphetamine, the critical difference between phenylephrine and pseudoephedrine is that the latter is used to make meth.
70%, respectively) and phenylephrine doses (13% vs.
The blood pressure increase was achieved using intravenous phenylephrine as needed to raise mean arterial pressure by 10% increments up to 140 mm Hg.