isoxsuprine


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isoxsuprine

(aɪˈsɒksəˌpriːn)
n
(Recreational Drugs) a drug that dilates blood vessels and is given to both humans and horses. Formula: C18H23NO3
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Tenders invited for Tablet, norethisterone 5 mg & tablet, isoxsuprine hcl 10 mg
Drugs used for tocolysis include nifedipine, isoxsuprine, MgSo4, ritodrine, terbutaline and indomethacin.
Objective: To study the effect of isoxsuprine hydrochloride on the ischaemic electrocardiographic change and trace element status in sheep.
Regarding the improvement of laminar tissue circulation blood, which in the chronical phase happens to be compromised and often show larger areas of necrosis, INGLE-FEHR & BAXTER (1999) had observed that acepromazine increases digital blood flow, differently from the observation after pentoxifylline and isoxsuprine administration.
In vitro inhibition of breast cancer spheroid-induced lymphendothelial defects resembling intravasation into the lymphatic vasculature by acetohexamide, isoxsuprine, nifedipin and proadifen.
The doctor may prescribe pain-killers and vasodilators (help open up blood vessels to increase flow) such as isoxsuprine.
Duvadilan (a) (Isoxsuprine 5 mg/ml) @ 0.5 mg/ kg, im and supportive therapy for five days.
late Kieran Kelly on November 2, 2002, contained traces of the prohibited substance Isoxsuprine.
The Appeals and Referrals Committee met at the Curragh yesterday to consider a report that a urine sample taken following his win in the Narraghmore Maiden Hurdle at Punchestown on November 2, 2002, was found to contain a prohibited substance, isoxsuprine. Evidence was heard from Dr Maire O'Connor, Turf Club veterinary officer, the veterinary assistant on the day, and Dessie Hughes, the trainer.
Five studies used ritodrine as the tocolytic; 4 used magnesium sulfate; 3 used indomethacin; 2 used terbutaline; 2 used atosiban; 1 used isoxsuprine; and 1 used ethanol.
11 Isoxsuprine Sodium| Injection | 5mg/ml | 1x2ml Amp, etc.