tolazoline hydrochloride

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tolazoline hydrochloride

[täl′az·ə‚lēn ¦hī·drə′klȯr‚īd]
(organic chemistry)
C10H12N2·HCl Water-soluble white crystals, melting at 173°C; used as a sympatholytic and vasodilator. Also known as priscol.
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China) Hexamethonium (BDH), Nifedipine (Alison's Drug Company), Tolazoline (Sigma) Propanol (Sigma).
Typical ECMO Criteria Across Centers Weight greater than 2,000 g Gestational age greater than 34 weeks Reversible lung disease No more than 7 to 10 days of ventilator therapy No major intracranial hemorrhage No congenital abnormality incompatible with life Failure of maximal medical management Examples: 100% oxygen Hyperventilation/alkalosis Tolazoline treatment Some evidence of severe respiratory failure Examples: Alveolar-arterial oxygen gradient [is greater than] 600 for 12 hr or [is greater than] 610 for 8 hr Oxygenation Index [is greater than] 40 on 3-5 arterial gases 1/2 hr apart Barotrauma or air leaks Evidence of acute deterioration Example: Pa[O.
Moose were tranquilized with a mixture of carfentanil citrate and xylazine hydrochloride and were antagonized with a mixture of naltrexone hydrochloride and tolazoline hydrochloride given intravenously.