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moxonidine

Cardiology An antihypertensive of the selective imidazoline receptor agonist family which may be useful in managing CHF. See MOXCON, SIRA.

moxonidine

A drug that causes arteries to relax by influencing the action of the sympathetic nervous system. It is used to treat high blood pressure (HYPERTENSION). A brand name is Physiotens.
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SOME DRUGS THAT CAN CAUSE OR EXACERBATE HEART FAILURE Condition Drugs Arrhythmia dronedarone, flecainide, disopyramide, sotalol Cancer anthracydines and many other agents Depression citalopram, lithium Diabetes thiazolidinediones, dipeptidyl peptidase-4 inhibitors Fungal infections amphotericin B Hypertension doxazosin, diltiazem, verapamil, moxonidine Malaria chloroquine, hydroxychloroquine Migraines ergotamine, methysergide Pain prescription and nonprescription NSAIDs Parkinson's pergolide, pramipexole, bromocriptine Platelet disorders anagrelide, cilostazol Pulmonary disease bosentan, epoprostenol, albuterol Rheumatologic TNF-a inhibitors diseases
Tizanidine, 5-bromo-N-[4, 5-Dihydro-1H-imidazol-2-yl)-6quinoxalinamine (UK-14, 304] and moxonidine are other alpha-2 agonists with a potential neuraxial use.
Other notable prescription drugs listed as potentially having a major impact on causing or worsening heart failure include the antihypertensive drugs diltiazem, verapamil, and moxonidine, the tumor necrosis factor inhibitors that are widely used to treat rheumatologic and gastroenterologic diseases, the antipsychotic clozapine, and a long list of anticancer medications, including several anthracyclines and many types of newer biologic agents.
Other notable prescription drugs listed as potentially having a major impact on causing or worsening heart failure include the antihypertensive drugs diltiazem, verapamil, and moxonidine, the tumor necrosis factor-inhibitors that are widely used to treat rheumatologic and gastroenterologic diseases, the antipsychotic clozapine, and a long list of anticancer medications, including several anthracyclines and many types of newer biologic agents.
Determination of moxonidine in human plasma by liquid chromatography-electrospray ionization-mass spectrometry.
GABAergic mechanism in the rostral ventrolateral medulla contributes to the hypotension of moxonidine," Cardiovascular Research, vol.
His daily treatment was fenofibrate, moxonidine, metformin, and enoxaparin 60 mg.
A [beta]-blocker followed by a long-acting [alpha]-blocker or a centrally acting sympatholytic-like moxonidine is a rational strategy.
5 g/d Hematuria ++ HIV Negative HBV After HBV infection HCV After HCV infection Previous drug abuse Yes Current drug abuse Unknown Length of the methadone 8 y therapy before biopsy Nicotine abuse Unknown Other diseases Hypothyroidism Medication Bisoprolol (a) Calcitriol (b) Calcium carbonate (c) Darbepoetin alfa (d) L-Thyroxine (e) Moxonidine (f) Ramipril (g) Torasemide (h) Patient 2 Sex/race Male/white Age, y 50 Presentation Decline in GFR Blood pressure 140/70 mm Hg Plasma creatinine 2.
1997) Central imidazoline receptors as targets of centrally acting antihypertensives: Moxonidine and rilmenidine.
In addition, this subtype contributes to spinal antinociception of the imidazoline moxonidine in mice (40).