nicardipine


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ni·car·di·pine

 (nī-kär′də-pēn′)
n.
A calcium channel blocker drug, C26H29N3O6, that acts as a coronary vasodilator and is used in its hydrochloride form to treat hypertension.

[ni(tro)- + car(boxyl) + di(hydro)p(yr)idine, class of drugs to which it belongs.]
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Although there were an adequate number of patients who received labetalol to allow for subgroup analyses, the sample size of patients who received nicardipine or hydralazine was insufficient to provide power for statistical comparison.
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The CLUE study is important for emergency room physicians because these findings demonstrate that using nicardipine instead of labetalol is more effective at controlling blood pressure in hypertensive patients," says Frank Peacock, M.
Use of esmolol, nicardipine or their combination to blunt haemodynamic changes after intubation.
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has launched nicardipine hydrochloride injection, indicated for the short-term treatment of hypertension when oral therapy is not feasible or desirable.
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