isoxsuprine


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isoxsuprine

 [i-sok´su-prēn]
a beta-adrenergic used as a vasodilator in peripheral vascular disease and cerebrovascular insufficiency.
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To describe efficacy of nifedipine and that of isoxsuprine as tocolytics in preterm labour.
In the experimental group, isoxsuprine hydrochloride was injected at a dose of 0.6 mg/kg through the intramuscular route.
The effect of oral isoxsuprine and pentoxifylline on digital and laminar blood flow in healthy horses.
The bird was treated with isoxsuprine (10 mg/kg PO q12h; Voxsuprine, Major Pharmaceuticals, Livonia, MI, USA) and acetylsalicylic acid (5 mg/kg PO q48h; Aspirin, Bayer Healthcare, Wayne, N J, USA).
Hughes said yesterday: "Isoxsuprine is used for treating horses' feet for navicular disease and other ailments.
Studies from the 1970s using ethanol and isoxsuprine, which are no longer used as tocolytics, may not be clinically relevant.
The forbidden substance found in the post-race test on Fabre's runner was isoxsuprine, which is used in horses to treat circulation problems.
Oxx-trained winner of the median auction maiden at Thurles on November 7, has been disqualified as his urine sample was found to contain traces of the prohibited substance Isoxsuprine.