antipyrine


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antipyrine

(ˌæntɪˈpaɪrɪn; -riːn)
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(Pharmacology) a drug formerly used to reduce pain and fever. Formula: C11H12N2O. Also called: phenazine
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Evidence of the involvement of peripheral b-adrenoceptors in delayed liquid gastric emptying induced by dipyrone, 4-aminoantipyrine and antipyrine in rats.
Ashour, Design and synthesis of some thiazolyl and thiadiazolyl derivatives of antipyrine as potential non-acidic anti-inflammatory, analgesic and antimicrobial agents, Bioorg.
Viability and functionality, antipyrine transfer, and histopathological evaluation of placental tissue.
Brocq in 1984, coined the term 'fixed eruption' to describe a specialized pattern of skin eruption due to antipyrine.
The first reported case of fixed drug eruption by Bourns in 1889, described a series of sharply circumscribed, hyperpigmented lesions on the lips and tongue in a patient who had ingested antipyrine.
Markers, such as tritium and deuterium oxide (heavy water), antipyrine and ethanol, for example, can be used to estimate total body water.
METHODS: Thirty patients were randomly divided into two groups, matched with respect to clinical features, impairment of hepatic function (as judged by liver function tests including antipyrine elimination) and immunosuppression (phagocytic and killing capacities of neutrophils).
50 -- -- -- -- (mg/L) Fabrics Pharma Parameters Beverage Fish Vit B(complex), industry canning Antipyrine, Anti TB, Alcoholates pH 9 11 6-10 1 TDS (mg/L) 1,290 8,218 500-3,000 86,000 T.
Abstract Fixed drug eruption was first described by Brocq in 1894 in association with antipyrine therapy.
The higher drug metabolizing enzyme activities in the liver and other organs of horses have been linked with fast elimination of KTP like antipyrine, ampicillin (Elsheikh, 1997), sulphadimidine (Nouws et al.
Estimation of plasma phosphate by determination of hydrolyzes phenol a with amino antipyrine.
Estimation of plasma phosphatase by determination of hydrolysed phenol with amino antipyrine.