sildenafil citrate


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sil•den′a•fil cit′rate

(sɪlˈdɛn ə fɪl)
n.
a white crystalline powder, C22H30N6O4S, that temporarily normalizes erectile function of the penis by blocking an enzyme known to inhibit the production of a chemical that causes erections: used in the form of a pill to treat impotence.
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Noun1.sildenafil citrate - virility drug (trade name Viagra) used to treat erectile dysfunction in men
anti-impotence drug, virility drug - drug to treat impotence attributable to erectile dysfunction
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Sildenafil citrate ingestion in a pediatric patient.
According to some researches, sildenafil citrate is effective in treatment of orgasm as well as arousal disorders and increase of females' sexual experiences (15-18).
Sildenafil citrate, sold under the brand name Viagra, may help with pelvic pain because it can lead to dilation of the blood vessels.
A VIAGRA is a brand name for sildenafil citrate, which was developed by a pharmacy company called Pfizer.
More than 120 alternative versions of the drug - sold under its chemical name sildenafil citrate and made by companies in countries including India, South Africa, Germany and Greece - will hit the shelves, with some costing as little as 85p per pill.
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Sildenafil citrate is widely used as a primary pharmacological treatment of erectile dysfunction in men with and without underlying cardiovascular disease (3).
Also found in the mail were the acne drug isotretinoin, which is available in the United States only through a risk management distribution program; sildenafil citrate (Viagra); and the antiviral oseltamivir (Tamiflu), which is often sold as a "generic," though there is no such approved U.
The government s Drug Control Committee recently granted licences to more than a dozen companies to make and market sildenafil citrate -- better known as Viagra -- in two forms, overturning a decade-long policy.
The extracts (50, 100 and 150 mg/kg body weight/day) and sildenafil citrate (5 mg/kg body weight/day) (positive control) were administered orally for 28 days.