mephentermine


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mephentermine

 [mĕ-fen´ter-mēn]
a sympathomimetic administered orally, intramuscularly, or intravenously as the sulfate salt for its vasopressor effects to treat hypotensive conditions, and applied topically to the nasal mucosa as a decongestant.

mephentermine

/me·phen·ter·mine/ (mĕ-fen´ter-mēn) an adrenergic used as the sulfate salt for its vasopressor effects in the treatment of certain hypotensive states.
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mephentermine 6 mg intravenously given to treat arterial hypotension [fall of systolic blood pressure (SBP) >20% from the baseline] and inj.
Comparison of bolus phenylephrine, ephedrine and mephentermine for maintenance of arterial pressure during spinal anesthesia in cesarean section.
For the present study, hypotension was defined as a fall in systolic blood pressure of more than 20% of baseline value or <100 mmHg and was treated with volume expansion and, if required, by incremental doses of mephentermine 3-6 mg.
More than 20% fall in MAP below baseline was considered as hypotension and was treated by decreasing sevoflurane and IV mephentermine 6 mg.
Hypotension was the most common side effect seen in both the groups, however, total amount of mephentermine used was significantly not different (p >0.
Any decrease in systolic blood pressure (SBP <100mmHg) or a drop greater than 20% from baseline value was considered as hypotension and SBP<90mmHg was treated with slow intravenous (iv) mephentermine 6mg, which was repeated after five minutes if SBP was not corrected.
Manipuri rower Bimola Dev, who finished sixth in the coxless pairs event, has been found positive for nandrolone, while Haryana hockey player Yudhvir Singh has tested positive for mephentermine, a non- specified stimulant.
The Office of the Commissioner of Baseball announced today that New York Yankees Minor League pitcher Amauri Sanit has been suspended for 50 games after testing positive for Mephentermine, a performance-enhancing substance, in violation of the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Program.
Mohta et al (2) recently conducted a study where they used Dixon's up-down sequential allocation to determine the 50% effective dose of mephentermine to prevent post-spinal hypotension in women undergoing elective caesarean section.
Another wrestler, Sombir had tested positive for methylhexamine and mephentermine during the same event and was handed a two- year ban.
6 mg and mephentermine 6 mg were given intravenously, which resulted in a heart rate of 132 bpm and systolic blood pressure of 90 mmHg.
Total intraoperative mephentermine (vasopressor) consumption in the intraoperative period in the two study groups.