vasodilator


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The dangers of using arginine as a supplement include possible bleeding in people with bleeding disorders (because of arginine's vasodilator effects), increased levels of potassium, low blood pressure levels (especially when used along with blood pressure-lowering medications), and effects on blood sugar levels (especially for those taking insulin or oral drugs to control blood sugar).
TRADITIONAL USES: Antioxidant and peripheral vasodilator (brain support, cerebrovascular disorders, neuroprotection and tinnitus).
After adjusting for age, sex and other factors, the researchers found that using any vasodilator such as Apresoline and Loniten, which open (dilate) the blood vessels - was associated with a 72 per cent greater risk of developing early-stage AMD.
5 The possible therapeutic efficacy of its vasodilator effect has been investigated in many studies on wound healing and aneurysm surgery.
Washington, May 29 ( ANI ): Researchers have claimed to have found a connection between taking vasodilators and developing early-stage age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
DG decoctions have been shown to possess anti-oxidative and vasodilator properties (Lam et al.
Diuretic and vasodilator had a definitive and significant effect in Meniere's disease, in controlling vertigo and tinnitus, when compared with placebo (p less than 0.
Papaverine is a nonspecific vasodilator and relaxes the vascular smooth muscles through multiple mechanisms21-23 and this vasodilator can be used topically and intraluminally, but its solution is acid (pH 4.
This disproportionate decrease indicates that the extract that acts as a direct vasodilator blunted autoregulation of coronary flow.
Right heart catheterization also permits a determination of the pulmonary vasodilator reserve through vasodilator testing using inhaled nitric oxide, intravenous epoprostenol, or intravenous adenosine.
NO is a competent vasodilator and it is this role that has gained NO the clinical function bedside clinicians are most familiar with.
a subsidiary of Eisai, signed an agreement on March 28 giving Eisai China exclusive rights to promote injectable formulations of AKP's vasodilator Eril (fasudil hydrochloride) in China.
Vasoconstriction caused by the activation of EGFR is relatively weak, and the inhibition of NO production results in a loss of vasodilator activity.
Nitric oxide (NO) is a naturally occurring vasodilator in biological systems.