dopexamine


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dopexamine

A CATECHOLAMINE drug that improves the action of the heart. A brand name is Dopacard.

dopexamine

a synthetic catecholamine with positive inotropic effects.
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The effects of dopexamine on acute necrotizing pancreatitis in rats.
Several drugs have been studied such as dopamine, dobutamine, phenylephrine and dopexamine (LEE et al.
Effects of dopamine, dobutamine, dopexamine, phenylephrine, and saline solution on intramuscular blood flow and other cardiopulmonary variables in halothane-anesthetized ponies.
En el editorial de Anaesthesia titulado "Meta-analyses of the effects of dopexamine in major surgery: do all roads lead to Rome?
In a meta-regression analysis, low dose Dopexamine (a [beta]-2 dopa-agonist) (6) was found to reduce mortality in critical patients; later on, Gopal et al.
Meta-analysis on the effect of dopexamine on in-hospital mortality.
Infusion of dopexamine increased mucosal saturation in the septic patients by an average of 10% (46).
Abnormalities of gastric mucosal oxygenation in septic shock: partial responsiveness to dopexamine.
Modulation of inflammatory response to cardiopulmonary bypass by dopexamine and epidural anesthesia.
Effects of dopexamine in comparison with fenoterol on carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism in healthy volunteers.