inamrinone


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inamrinone

 [in-am´rĭ-nōn]
a vasodilator and positive inotropic agent used as the lactate salt for short-term management of congestive heart failure.
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inamrinone

(ĭn-ăm′rĭ-nōn′)
n.
A drug, C10H9N3O, that acts as a vasodilator and stimulates cardiac muscle. It is used in its lactate form to treat intractable congestive heart failure.
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