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Synonyms for adrenergic

drug that has the effects of epinephrine

relating to epinephrine (its release or action)

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2] adrenergic agents is illustrated in Figure 2, where the albuterol is shown to reverse the toxin-induced bronchoconstriction.
In studies with a younger population, anticholinergic agents seem to be effective for urge incontinence, but the effect of adrenergic agents in a younger population is unclear, and has never been investigated in men.
There is little or no experience with the other centrally acting adrenergic agents.
The difference in salmeterol's pharmacodynamics is reflected in its pharmacokinetics with a slower onset and time to peak effect and a longer duration of action compared with previous adrenergic agents.
When the standard therapy of intracavernosal adrenergic agents with/without intracavernosal aspiration irrigation does not result in detumescence, a variety of surgical shunting procedures (proximal and distal approaches) have been used to direct blood from the corpora cavernosa into the low-pressure spongiosal system.
These agents should be avoided in children, elderly people, pregnant women, and in patients with uncontrolled hypertension, mild degrees of obesity, and intolerance to adrenergic agents.