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amrinone Inocor® Cardiology An agent which improves cardiac output by vasodilatory and positive inotropic activity Adverse effects Dose-related thrombocytopenia
a synthetic phosphodiesterase inhibitor compound, used to provide inotropic support to the failing myocardium.
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A multicenter, randomised, blind comparision of amrinone
with milrinone after elective cardiac surgery.
This launch is the first part of an alliance in which Taylor and Baxter will jointly develop, manufacture and market four injectable products with current sales in excess of $200 million: Ketorolac Tromethamine Injection, Amrinone
Lactate Injection, Diltiazem HCl Injection and Labetalol HCl Injection.
A related phosphodiesterase inhibitor, amrinone
(6) increased free flap blood flow in a small group of patients when administered intravenously and decreased vasospasm when applied topically.
The inotropic effects of amrinone
and milrinone on neonatal and young canine cardiac muscle.