sympathomimetics


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sympathomimetics

Used to evoke the body’s stress reactions, for example, speeding up the heart, or constricting the blood vessels.
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270/2017, In the range (antipsychotic, Anti-rheumatic, Chemotherapeutics, Vasopresoric, Spasmolytic, Antidotum, Sympathomimetics, Vitamins, Variants, Ophthalmologists, Hypotensive, Immunopreparate) contracts in the tender documents and including delivery to the place of destination.
Furthermore, it can be used as a clinical biomarker in cardiotoxicities related to sympathomimetics and anticancer drugs and diseases including; cardiac injury, unstable angina, minimal infarct, left ventricular hypertrophy, congestive heart failure, pulmonary embolism, blunt trauma, sepsis, moderate renal disease, renal failure and diabetes mellitus.
Detumescence following intracavernosal injection of sympathomimetics like adrenalin (1-100 [micro]g).
In addition, high doses of sympathomimetics (which might be the case if stimulants are used non-medically or recreationally) can lead to dry mouth, bruxism, formication, emotional liability, psychosis and seizures.
Sympathomimetics (alpha-adrenergic agonists) include apraclonidine (Iopidine), which has no human eye data, and brimonidine (Alphagan P), which has one case report in pregnancy and breastfeeding showing no fetal or nursing infant harm.
Occasional sympathomimetics with positive inotropic and vasoconstrictor effects are used to maintain perfusion pressure in first two minutes after institution of spinal anaesthesia5.
Treatment options for retrograde ejaculation includes urinary sperm retrieval as described in this case report, medical management with anticholinergics and sympathomimetics, surgical techniques and electroejaculation (4).
The second chapter discusses pharmacological and electrical therapies including treatments for acute coronary syndrome, antiarrhythmics, calcium channel blockers, electrical treatments, parasymptholytics, and sympathomimetics.
Like other sympathomimetics, serious adverse events include life-threatening arrhythmia and circulatory collapse and rare cases of pulmonary hypertension.
Like other sympathomimetics, synthetic cathinones appear to stimulate the central nervous system via inhibition of norepinephrine and dopamine reuptake mechanisms.
containing ephedrine alkaloids, a large family of pharmacological compounds called sympathomimetics banned by FDA since 2004 for use in dietary supplements.
Other risk factors for HHS include infection and some medications (thiazide diuretics, sympathomimetics, second-generation antipsychotics, corticosteroids) (Kitabchi et al.