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dilation of blood vessels (especially the arteries)

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Among people who were not taking vasodilators, an estimated 8.
3 The vasodilator effects of papaverine have been recognized for many years4 and its receptor affinities have also been investigated.
After adjusting for sex and age, researchers from the University of Wisconsin's school of medicine and public health found that subjects who used vasodilators had a 72% increase in their risk of developing dry AMD.
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.
2+] channels are effective vasodilators because they inhibit the influx of extracellular [Ca.
Two commonly used drugs given for prophylaxis purpose in Meniere's disease are diuretics and vasodilators.
With regard to the onset of the effect for vasodilators, nitrates are the fastest, calcium antagonists are intermediate, and papaverine the slowest28 and this was confirmed by our study.
NO is a competent vasodilator and it is this role that has gained NO the clinical function bedside clinicians are most familiar with.
By inhibiting the production of PGs, which as vasodilators increase blood flow to the kidneys, all NSAIDs can exacerbate fluid imbalance, electrolyte disorders and kidney problems for long-distance runners.
The anti-pressor agent comprises one or more compounds selected from the therapeutic classes of direct vasodilators such as hydralazine and NO donors, ACE inhibitors, angiotensin-II receptor antagonists, .
This comes as a surprise, because vasodilators are contraindicated in severe aortic stenosis owing to concerns that they will induce catastrophic hypotension, said Dr.
Among the variety of drug therapies that have been used are vasodilators (e.
Others, like Viagra, poppers, and ketamine, are vasodilators, which increase blood flow.