phenoxybenzamine


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phenoxybenzamine

 [fĕ-nok″se-ben´zah-mēn]
an adrenergic blocking agent; the hydrochloride salt is used to control hypertension in pheochromocytoma and to treat urinary symptoms in benign prostatic hyperplasia.

phenoxybenzamine

(fĭ-nŏk′sē-bĕn′zə-mēn′)
n.
A long-acting alpha-blocker, C18H22ClNO, used in its hydrochloride form to treat high blood pressure, excessive sweating, and tachycardia caused by pheochromocytoma.

phenoxybenzamine

An alpha-adrenergic blocker drug with a powerful and persistent action, used to treat bladder neck obstruction and the effects of the adrenaline-producing tumour, the PHAEOCHROMOCYTOMA. A brand name is Dibenyline.
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Phenoxybenzamine has been studied in CRPS because of its potential to modify sympathetic nerve effects, perhaps, particularly, for its capacity to possibly improve blood perfusion in the cold limb of the chronic CRPS patient.
Alpha-blockade with phenoxybenzamine for at least two weeks prior to surgery is advised to gradually relieve vasoconstriction.
amoxicillin, buprenorphine, and phenoxybenzamine were administered.
It is recommended that patients are prepared (7-14 days) for surgery with an alpha-blocker like phenoxybenzamine and a beta-blocker if tachycardia is present.
Blockade of cocaine reinforcement in rats with the dopamine receptor blocker pimozide, but not with the noradrenergic blockers phentolamine or phenoxybenzamine. Canadian Journal of Psychology, 31, 195-203
Effect of verapamil and phenoxybenzamine on nickel-induced coronary vasoconstriction in the anaesthetized dog.
There are insufficient data to recommend prazosin or phenoxybenzamine for this indication.
Agents such as sodium nitroprusside (Nipride), phentolamine mesylate (Regitine), and phenoxybenzamine hydrochloride (Dibenzyline) have been recommended to counteract sympathetic reflex activity.[9] Nitroprusside, however, should be used with caution in this population, because its effect of reducing blood pressure may also result in decreased cerebral perfusion pressure.
After 3 weeks of phenoxybenzamine preparation, the patient was admitted to the hospital for 12 hours of intravenous fluid repletion.
For people with frequent or recurring AD, physicians may authorize phenoxybenzamine (Dibenayline).
Volume expansion therapy with phenoxybenzamine and hydroxyethyl starch 130/0.4 injection and sodium chloride injection were administrated for 7 days.
In the pre-operative period, due to its not being available in our country, an attempt was made to provide phenoxybenzamine from abroad for the treatment of hypertension.