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tamsulosin

 [tam-soo´lo-sin]
an alpha-adrenergic blocking agent specific for receptors in the prostate; used as the hydrochloride salt in treatment of benign prostatic hyperplasia, administered orally.

tamsulosin

A selective alpha-adrenergic smooth muscle relaxing drug that is used to relieve the symptoms of enlargement of the PROSTATE GLAND. A brand name is Flomax MR.
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10.30am: Guru Nanak Prakash Sikh Temple, Harnal Lane Foleshill n 12 noon: Lady Godiva Statue, Coventry city centre n 1.30pm: Cambridge Street Mosque, Cambridge Street n 2pm: Eagle Street Mosque, Eagle Street n 2.45-5pm: John Gulson School car park, George Street, Stoney Stanton (There will be individual testimonies, presentations, as well as a question and answer session at the bus's last stop
It was first launched by Yamanouchi, which discovered the drug in 1993 in Japan, where it is marketed under the Harnal label.
Yamanouichi's best selling products include Harnal for prostate disorders and Gaster for peptic ulcers and gastritis.
Beryl Parker, election agent for defeated Labour candidate Gurdev Harnal, said she saw burly youths approaching voters as they entered polling stations.
Generating turnover of [pounds]16.8 million in 1994, the company's production capacity is approximately 100,000 meals per day, according to Zeenat Harnal. The operations director said that while six items are offered under the Noon brand, the bulk of activity lies in producing more than 70 different products for three major own label customers.
According to police, Shabbir Hussain, a resident of Mozah Harnal, reported to Mandra police that his son, Mohammad Ali, was a labourer and associated with shuttering business.
Its top-selling products include Harnal for prostate disorders and Gaster for peptic ulcers and gastritis.
In Washwood Heath, an independent Labour candidate helped defeat Labour hopeful Mr Gurdev Harnal and see the Justice for Kashmiri candidate, Mr Mohammed Nazam, win with a majority of 455.
products--transplant drug Prograf, Harnal for BPH, and Vesicare for
Sales rose 2.8% to 239.2 billion yen due to robust sales of Lipitor for the treatment of high cholesterol and Harnal for prostate disorders, Yamanouchi said.