isoproterenol


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i•so•pro•ter•e•nol

(ˌaɪ sə proʊˈtɛr əˌnɔl, -ˌnɒl)

n.
a beta-receptor agonist, C11H17NO3, used as a bronchodilator.
[1955–60; isopro (pyl) + (Ar)terenol trade name for a hydrochloride of norepinephrine]
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Noun1.isoproterenol - drug (trade name Isuprel) used to treat bronchial asthma and to stimulate the heart
medicament, medication, medicinal drug, medicine - (medicine) something that treats or prevents or alleviates the symptoms of disease
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Current work obtained the optimal dose and the feasibility of salbutamol as a substituent of isoproterenol for inducing MI.
Healthcare company Nexus Pharmaceuticals reported on Thursday the receipt of approval from the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its Abbreviated New Drug Application (ANDA) for Isoproterenol Hydrochloride Injection for mild or transient episodes of heart block.
with isoproterenol, 2 [micro]g/minute: blood pressure, 98/58 to 111/66 mm Hg, and pulse, 121 to 134 bpm.
Por su parte, se logro verificar el efecto cronotropico positivo del isoproterenol en ambos grupos de estudio, en los cuales no se registraron diferencias estadisticamente significativas entre los valores basales (Grupo control, 3,53 [+ o -] 0,29; Grupo experimental 4,48 [+ o -] 0,36).
Isoproterenol (ISO) is a beta-adrenergic agonist which in high doses cause pathologic and molecular changes in rat heart that are similar to MI in humans.
In that study, continuous isoproterenol infusion completely normalized the ST-segment elevation and the suppressed electrical storm.
If you know what adrenaline feels like, you know what isoproterenol feels like," says study coauthor Sahib Khalsa, a psychiatrist and neuroscientist at the Laureate Institute for Brain Research in Tulsa, Okla.
Three other active agents, along with isoproterenol, induced the cardiac muscle cells to form tissue sheets of beating heart muscle cells.
reduces cardiac toxicity of isoproterenol due to reduction of oxidative stress [46].
Unlike control cardiomyocytes, isoproterenol treatment of the patient-specific cardiomyocytes resulted in a negative chronotropic effect, delayed afterdepolarization, and arrhythmia.
Take, for instance, isoproterenol, a blood pressure medicine that Fogel, a cardiologist, electrophysiologist and chief clinical officer for Indianapolis-based St.
Isoproterenol (IP), a [beta]-adrenergic receptor agonist, also augmented water permeability of the seat patch, and the response was inhibited by its antagonist, propranolol (PP) (Ogushi et al.