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Adj.1.antiadrenergic - relating to blocking or reducing adrenergic effects in the body
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Esmolol is an ultra short-acting selective B1 adrenergic antagonist that reduces heart rate and blood pressure.
The exclusion criteria included age extremes (18- 60 years), recent open or endoscopic surgical intervention, presence of ureteral stent, radiolucent calculus, past unsuccessful ESWL, renal impairment (Serum Creatinine level above normal range), urinary tract infection, those on calcium channel blocker or alpha adrenergic antagonist and corticosteroids, congenital urinary anomalies, severe vertebral malformation.
[beta] Adrenergic receptors were purified from a digitonin extract of turkey erythrocytes by an affinity chromatography with a [beta] adrenergic antagonist as a ligand by Strosberg group (53) in France.
The alpha adrenergic antagonist prazosin has shown promise in multiple case and chart reviews, open-label trials, and placebo-controlled studies.
Prazosin, an alpha-1 ([alpha]-1) adrenergic antagonist that is FDA-approved for hypertension and benign prostatic hypertrophy, has been studied for treating nightmares in PTSD.
The measure to control these side were ready with us except alpha -2 adrenergic antagonist e.g., Atipamezole which was not available in our Institute.
The alpha2 adrenergic antagonist fipamezole improves quality of levodopa action in Parkinsonian primates.
On the other hand, neither the serotonergic antagonist methysergide nor the [[alpha].sub.2]- adrenergic antagonist yohimbine significantly interfered with the antinociceptibve effects of Catuama [R] (Fig.
"I've used [the [alpha]-1 adrenergic antagonist Minipress] prazosin for sleep disturbances with prominent nightmares, with fairly good results," Dr.