isoprenaline


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i·so·pro·te·re·nol

(ī'sō-prō-ter'ĕ-nol),
A sympathomimetic β-receptor stimulant possessing the cardiac excitatory, but not the vasoconstrictor, actions of epinephrine. Chemically it differs from epinephrine in having an isopropyl group replacing the methyl group attached to the nitrogen atom; rarely used because of the availability of more specific agents.

isoprenaline

isoprenaline

An ADRENALINE - like drug given by injection to treat surgical SHOCK and HEART BLOCK. The drug is on the WHO official list. A brand name is Saventrine.

isoprenaline

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Effect of isoprenaline on microRNA and long noncoding RNA expression in human umbilical vein endothelial cells
Isoprenaline infusion intravenously accelerates the idioventricular rhythm and helps to tide over the acute phase.
The concurrent administration of intravenous isoprenaline is reported to increase the sensitivity and reduce the duration of this test presumably by further augmenting catecholamine levels (5).
Administration of Isoprenaline in the presence and absence of Beta1 and Beta2 adrenergic receptor antagonists showed that hESC-derived cardiomyocytes are comparable to adult human ventricular myocytes in that Isoprenaline responses can be mediated by both Beta1 and Beta2 adrenergic receptors.
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Modes of stimulation included the use of carbachol, isoprenaline and electrical field stimulation (EFS).
In view of persistent bradycardia he was started on isoprenaline on 6th day, by 10 th day heart rate improved to 93 beats/min.
Russell WJ, James ME The effects on increasing cardiac output with adrenaline or isoprenaline on arterial haemoglobin oxygen saturation and shunt during one-lung ventilation.
Study design: To study this process we performed In-Cell Western using isoprenaline stimulated HEK293 cells overexpressing [[beta].
Transvenous pacing: May be required in patients with severe symptomatic bradycardia not responding to Atropine or Isoprenaline infusion.
Consequently, atropine and beta sympathomimetic drugs such as isoprenaline or ephedrine should always be available.