Overall, further studies are warranted to determine the effects of labetalol, nicardipine
, and hydralazine on blood pressure control in a larger sample of patients with acute ischemic stroke.
Carbachol, methylene blue, NE, L-NNA, NAME, NMMA, indomethacin, 17[beta]-estradiol, nicardipine
, and ODQ were purchased from Sigma (St.
Only recently has nicardipine
become available in Ready-to-Use bags which can be kept at the point-of-care and immediately available to treat the patient presenting with a hypertensive emergency.
Detroit-based Caraco's nicardipine
hydrochloride injections are available as 25-mg/10-mL single-use ampules containing 2.
Drug-induced gingival hyperplasia has been reported infrequently in postmarketing surveillance of felodipine,(18) nicardipine
hydrochloride (personal communication, Syntex Laboratories, Inc, Palo Alto, Calif, August 4, 1993), and isradipine (personal communication, Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, East Hanover, NJ, August 4, 1993).
Comparison of nicardipine
, diltiazen and verapamil for controlling the cardiovascular responses to tracheal intubation.
CT angiography revealed vasospasm, and she went to IR for intra-arterial milrinone (Primacor) and/or nicardipine
Significant ST-segment depression persisted in spite of papaverine local irrigation as well as nicardipine
, nitroglycerine and heparin intravenous perfusions.
Those products are acebutolol hydrochloride capsules, flecainide acetate tablets, guanfacine hydrochloride tablets, nicardipine
hydrochloride capsules and sotalol hydrochloride AF tablets.
The active ingredient in Cardene is the antihypertensive agent nicardipine
hydrochloride," said Howard Weisman, EKR's CEO & President.
11] noted that blood loss was more severe in SNP group in patients undergoing spinal surgery for idiopathic scoliosis as compared to patients receiving nicardipine
for controlled hypotension.