sulprostone

sulprostone

Obstetrics A PG analogue used with mifepristone–RU 486 as an abortifacient. See Abortion, Gemeprost, Mifepristone, Misoprostol, Morning-after pill.
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Intravaginal, Intramuscular, Intravenous administration of prostaglandin derivatives such as prostaglandin E2 Gel, Sulprostone, Prostaglandin F2 [alpha] have been used for induction of labour with relative success, but requires special care of the patients during treatment to prevent complications.
It has been clearly documented that genetic disruption of EP1 or EP3 receptors blunted the hypertensive response to acute or chronic AngII infusion; the pressor responses to EP1/EP3 agonist sulprostone were abolished in EP1 or EP3 null mice [28-31].
Three categories of interventions can be identified (a) interventions on uterine arteries such as laparoscopic uterine artery ligation, uterine artery embolization, pericervical mechanical tourniquet for uterine arteries and hormonal tourniquets such as vasopressin; (b) uterotonics such as ergometrine, oxytocin, misoprostol and sulprostone and (c) myoma dissection techniques which include the use of laser, electrosurgery and chemical dissectors such as sodium-2-mercaptoethanesulfonate (Mesna) (5-10).
Un ECC que incluyo 50 pacientes con placenta 1- retenida comparo el sulprostone frente a placebo para evaluar la frecuencia de remocion manual de la placenta (50).
Sulprostone reduces the need for the manual removal of the placenta in patients with retained placenta: a randomized controlled trial.
During surgery her vital signs were stable despite requiring intravenous carbetocin 100 [micro]g and sulprostone 500 [micro]g for transient uterine atony.
Two prostaglandins used early on in conjunction with RU486 in France, gemeprost and sulprostone, were largely abandoned after one of the four women suffering heart attacks died in 1992.
This short-term decline, which occurred shortly after mifepristone's introduction in 1988, was possibly because in 1991, a death was attributed to sulprostone, the prostaglandin used at that time.
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Third, researchers in a British study found that the RU 486/oral misoprostol combination results in a higher incidence of ongoing pregnancies (4% of 121 subjects) than RU 486 followed by other prostaglandins, such as geme-prost or sulprostone (0.
He is a discoverer of the ultra-short acting analgetic/anesthetic remifentanil (ULTIVA((R))), the oral anti-diabetic englitazone, and the prostaglandin analog sulprostone.
In the 1980s, when the RU486 pill was first approved for use in France and Britain, abortionists initially used the prostaglandins gemeprost or sulprostone.