ergonovine maleate

er·go·no·vine ma·le·ate

a powerful oxytocic agent; this action is more prominent, and other actions of ergot (for example, vasoconstriction, central nervous system stimulation, adrenergic blockade) are less prominent than for other ergot alkaloids; effective orally and parenterally.
Synonym(s): ergometrine maleate
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er·go·no·vine ma·le·ate

Powerful oxytocic agent; this action is more prominent, and other actions of ergot (e.g., vasoconstriction, central nervous system stimulation, adrenergic blockade) are less prominent than for other ergot alkaloids; effective orally and parenterally.
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