tolazoline


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tolazoline

 [tol-az´o-lēn]
an adrenergic blocking agent and peripheral vasodilator; used as the hydrochloride salt in treatment of peripheral vascular disorders due to vasospasm and in pharmacoangiography.

tolazoline

/tol·az·o·line/ (tol-az´o-lēn) an adrenergic blocking agent and peripheral vasodilator; used as the hydrochloride salt in the treatment of peripheral vascular disorders due to vasospasm and as a vasodilator in pharmacoangiography.

tolazoline

a smooth muscle relaxant and peripheral vasodilator; used as the hydrochloride salt.
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The relaxant effects of ACAF, MCPF, MCAF were shown to be mediated by [alpha] and [beta] adrenergic receptors in the ileum and colon, since tolazoline and propranolol blocked the relaxations.
Its effect was completely blocked by both tolazoline (1.
at 1 mg per mg xylazine, or tolazoline (Tolazoline[R] 100 mg/ml, Lloyd Laboratories, Shenandoa, Iowa, USA) at 15 mg per mg xylazine (Roffe et al.