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Synonyms for vasodilator

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Certain blood pressure lowering medications may have dangerous side effects as researchers have found a link between taking vasodilators and developing early-stage age-related macular degeneration (AMD) that could lead to vision loss and blindness, Medical journal reports.
To help clarify the relationship between AMD incidence and blood pressure lowering medications, including vasodilators, researchers from the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health conducted a long-term population-based cohort study from 1988 to 2013 of nearly 5,000 residents of Beaver Dam, Wis.
However, which of these outcomes are true for the cerebral vasodilator effects of our DG decoction is unknown.
Vasodilator stress-induced ST segment elevation appears to be especially rare; review of the medical literature produced only two cases using dipyridamole (2, 7), three cases using adenosine (8-10), and one recently reported case using regadenoson (11).
Routine vasodilator testing before treatment initiation could eliminate this inappropriate use of calcium channel blockers, Dr.
This form of gaseous signaling molecule is very rare in nature however; the essential clinical utility of NO remains its potency as a vasodilator.
During the angiography procedure, their coronary artery vasodilator function was assessed by measuring reactivity to challenges with acetylcholine, adenosine, and nitroglycerin.
In the vasodilator group, one patient had type 2 diabetes and two had arterial hypertension that was well controlled with drug therapy.
Others, like Viagra, poppers, and ketamine, are vasodilators, which increase blood flow.
And a third is a vasodilator, which causes human blood vessels to open.
Medical treatment may include vasodilator drugs that ease the workload of the heart or digitalis, which strengthens contractions.
In essence, it means that hemoglobin is carrying its own vasodilator," asserts Austen Riggs of the University of Texas at Austin.
Gencaro(TM) (bucindolol hydrochloride) is a pharmacologically unique beta-blocker and mild vasodilator being developed for the treatment of chronic heart failure (HF).
As the sole vasodilator, the effect of Orenitram on exercise is small and Orenitram has not been shown to add to other vasodilator therapy.
Intravenous injection of a vasodilator (a substance that dilates blood vessels), such as nitroglycerin, dilates both the diseased vessels and the rest of our arteries.