ergoloid mesylates

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ergoloid mesylates

 [er´go-loid]
hydrogenated ergot alkaloids used for relief of signs and symptoms of idiopathic decline in mental capacity (including impairment of recent memory, confusion, and disorientation) in persons over sixty.

ergoloid mesylates

/er·go·loid mes·y·lates/ (er´go-loid) a mixture of the methanesulfonate salts of three hydrogenated ergot alkaloids; used in the treatment of mild to moderate dementia in the elderly.
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