Ecbolic | definition of ecbolic by Medical dictionary
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pertaining to, marked by, or promoting oxytocia
an agent that promotes rapid labor
by stimulating contractions of the myometrium.
ecbolic /ec·bol·ic/ (ek-bol´ik) oxytocic.
ecbolic Causing the pregnant womb to contract and expel its contents. Oxytocic.
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was used on purpose to abort, and the boy may have been mistreated,'' the former employee said.
2003) conducted three experiments in buffaloes and concluded that no ecbolic
herbal preparation or uterine tonic is effective in treating established cases of retained fetal membranes.
and uterotonic drugs have beneficial effect for early disappearance of lochial and uterine involution (Paul et al.
A Mutivitamins syrup (Multistar (b)) @ 20ml daily and herbal uterine ecbolic
and tonic (Pro She (a)) @ 100ml was also given orally for five days.
The poor uterine muscle contraction due to hypocalcaemia could result in accumulation of uterine fluid and growth of pathogenic organism leading to post partum metritis (Smith, 2002) and in hypocalcaemic state any ecbolic
or even [PGF.