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vasodilator that is used to treat spasms of peripheral blood vessels (as in acrocyanosis)

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Although papaverine, tolazoline, and reserpine are good vasodilators, they have side effects in large doses and are less effective than sympatholysis (3).
Quantitative determination of tolazoline in human serum by high performance liquid chromatography.
Xylazine sedation was reversed by administering tolazoline HCl (1 mg/kg) (Tolazin(R), Lloyd Laboratories Inc., USA) after catheterization.
Following processing, the effects of the xylazine were reversed using 3 ml of the antagonist Tolazoline HC1 (100 mg/ml; Lloyd Laboratories, Shenandoah, IA), administered half intramuscularly and half intravenously, 80 min after injection of the immobilizing agent.
Angiographically proven NOMI can be treated with intra-arterial infusion of tolazoline, papaverine, or prostaglandin E2, after the selective intra-arterial catheterization of the SMA [31].
Efficacy and safety of tolazoline for treatment of severe hypoxemia in extremely preterm infants.
Naltrexone (350-1300 mg) and tolazoline (400-800 mg) were subsequently administered and moose were monitored until they recovered from the immediate effects of immobilization.
Purohit and coworkers listed traditional methods to treat pulmonary hypertension to include hyperoxemia, as oxygen dilates pulmonary vessels and decreases pulmonary vascular resistance, hyperventilation as a standard, effective therapy for persistent fetal circulation with high pulmonary vascular resistance, and the use of tolazoline (Priscoline, an alpha adrenergic blocker) given IV with fluid and volume expanders.