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a city in western Rumania, in the Hunedoara Region. Population, 12,300 (1974). The Victoria cast-iron smelting works (administratively linked with the Hunedoara combine), a semicoke plant, and a construction materials enterprise are there.

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The other element of note is the perceived efficacy of verapamil as a treatment option for AHC.
Conclusion: Calcium channel blocker (Verapamil) use with nitrate provided no significant difference in lowering radial spasm during coronary angiography.
As shown in [Figure 1]a, verapamil increased levels of AGC mRNA in OA chondrocytes at all intensities of mechanical stress examined (0, 6, 12, and 24 kPa; P = 0.004, 0.015, 0.006, and 0.029, respectively).
We suggest (1) avoiding medications that cause QTc prolongation, (2) regular monitoring of vital signs and ECG, (3) slowly titrating clozapine, (4) prescribing appropriate antiarrhythmic agents such as verapamil, and (5) conducting electrophysiology studies and radiofrequency ablation if verapamil is not effective.
Engel, "Individualizing treatment with verapamil for cluster headache patients," Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain, vol.
The lipid film was hydrated with 300 mM ammonium sulfate (pH = 7.5) with or without 50 [micro]M verapamil, followed by extrusion for 21 times through 100 nm polycarbonate membrane using an Avanti mini extruder.
Drug perfusion fluid with different concentrations of P-gp inhibitor verapamil hydrochloride were then prepared.
The reason for the early age of the diagnosis in this patient was her admission with severe bradycardia and cardiac arrest due to verapamil intoxication.
Comparative results in treatment of keloids with intralesional 5-FU/Kenalog, 5-FU/verapamil, enalapril alone, verapamil alone, and laser: a case report and review of the literature.
Further investigation revealed that the patient had called 911 after an accidental ingestion of roughly ten 120-mg pills of her prescribed verapamil, a calcium channel blocker (CCB).
Pgp-Glo Assay System included Pgp-Glo assay buffer, ATP detection substrate (lyophilized), recombinant human P-gp membranes, MgATP, ATP detection buffer, [Na.sub.3]V[O.sub.4], and verapamil. The Pgp-Glo assays were performed in two steps.
In animal models of propranolol and verapamil toxicity; it has been shown that survival rate increased and they ensured good hemodynamic stability when HIET was added compared to adrenalin and glucagon application alone.