guanethidine


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guanethidine

 [gwahn-eth´ĭ-dēn]
an adrenergic blocking agent; the monosulfate salt is used as an antihypertensive agent.

guanethidine

/guan·eth·i·dine/ (gwahn-eth´ĭ-dēn) an adrenergic blocking agent, used as the monosulfate salt as an antihypertensive.

guanethidine

an adrenergic-blocking agent.
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The effect of guanethidine and local anesthetics on the electrically stimulated mouse vas deferens.
Animals received bilateral vagotomy, the sympathetic adrenergic blocker guanethidine, or the muscarinic (parasympathetic) antagonist atropine after exposure to either FA or wDE (30 min before aconitine challenge).
Amitriptyline and imipramine may decrease or reverse effects of clonidine and guanethidine and may increase the effects of central nervous system depressants, adrenergic agents, and anticholinergic agents.
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Hannington-Kiff, Relief of Causalgia in Limbs by Regional Intravenous Guanethidine, 1979-2 BRIT.
Other antihypertensive medications that interact with alcohol include guanethidine (Green and Egle, 1983) and reserpine (Shinn and Shrewsbury, 1988).
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Levine and his colleagues, people given injections of the drug guanethidine reported a significant reduction in pain after only one treatment.
These substances include cardiovascular drugs, anticancer agents, hormones, psycho-tropics, anti-inflammatory and anti-infective agents, sedatives, anti-Parkinsonian drugs, alcohol and other addictive substances, and antihypertensives (reserpine, methyldopa, propanolol hydrochloride, guanethidine sulfate, hydralazine hydrochloride, clonidine hydrochloride, and diuretics), to name a few.