cardioactive

cardioactive

 [kahr″de-o-ak´tiv]
having an effect on the heart.

car·di·o·ac·tive

(kar'dē-ō-ak'tiv),
Influencing the heart.

car·di·o·ac·tive

(kahr'dē-ō-ak'tiv)
Influencing the heart.

cardioactive

Having an effect on the heart.

cardioactive

having an effect on the heart.
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Apart from steroids, weaker negative interference for the AxSYM assay has been reported for digitoxin, bufalin (a cardioactive component of the Chinese medicines Chan Su and Lu-Shen-Wan), and oleandrin, a compound not in clinical use (11, 12, 21, 35, 36).
With the expectation that porcine-to-human heart xenotransplantation may be a viable alternative, porcine heart tissue should also be characterized biochemically with respect to its pharmacologic response to commonly used cardioactive drugs as well as to endogenous hormones specific to regulating cardiac function.
A comparison of the affinities of rat (Na+-K+}ATPase isoenzymes for cardioactive steroids, role of lactone ring, sugar moiety and KCI concentration.
Kolak US, Ari S, Birman H, Hasancebi S, Ulubelen A (2001) Cardioactive diterpenoids from the roots of Salvia amplexicaulis.
ATPase has led to the identification of several substances that showed analogies with cardioactive glycosides.
Production of cardioactive substances by plant tissue cultures and their screening for cardiovascular activity.
Ecdysis of decapod crustaceans is associate with a dramatic release of crustacean cardioactive peptide into the haemolymph.
It is also effectively used in diarrhoea, dysentery, heart palpitations and asthmatic complications and has been found to be cardioactive and antibacterial from ancient time (Singanan et al.
Wight and has a broad range of therapeutic applications in antioxidative, anti-inflammatory, neuroprotective, nitric oxide radical-scavenging, and cardioactive (Tu et al.
In the postoperative period, patients were given cardioactive drugs (isoprenaline, dopamine, dobutamine, adrenaline) in order to achieve positive chronotropic and inotropic effect as required.
Other topics: subclinical hypothyroid-diagnosis and botanical treatment; cardioactive glycosides and clinical management of arrhythmia; the role of environmental toxicants in obesity, metabolic syndrome and type 2 diabetes; using full spectrum herbal medicines and phytopharmaceuticals in the herbalism of the future and much more
Five patients were taking cardioactive medication (either angiotensin-converting enzyme or calcium channel antagonists; none were taking [alpha]- or [beta]-adrenoceptor antagonists).