oxytoxin

oxytoxin

An obsolete term of uncertain utility for a toxin that has undergone oxidation.
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He stressed that trained midwives should avoid unnecessary use of Oxytoxin drug and also sensitize women of their area regarding its side effects.
There are no discussions in the literature about the dangers of stimulating premature labor when oxytoxin is released in massage.
According to the police, they have confiscated 25,000 fortwin tablets, fortwin tablets, 100,000 oxytoxin pills and 50,00,000 alprazolam capsules inside the godown of National Medical Drug Hall.
We found oxytoxin, which is a banned drug," Suresh Sharma added.
After an injury, an esterase rapidly transforms caulerpenyne to oxytoxin 2 (Jung and Pohnert, 2001; Jung et al.
Mediterranean species of Caulerpa transform caulerpenyne to oxytoxins 1 and 2 and related acetoxy aldehydes by a wound-activated process that results from deacetylation of caulerpenyne (Jung and Pohnert, 2001; Jung et al.
The cell recruits algal proteins to the site of injury, and the reactive chemical, called oxytoxin, links them into a tough polymer network within seconds after an injury.
In fact, estrogen's influences on oxytoxin production are some of the most powerful of all estrogenic effects.
To get this turnover, staff break waters, oxytoxin is administered to speed up labour.
Acupuncture and moxibustion resulted in fewer breech deliveries and interestingly, less use of oxytoxin (Coyle, Smith, & Peat, 2005/2012).
But did you know that this excruciating experience releases oxytoxins, the love hormone, and endorphins that help calm and heal the mother?