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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While the effect of MCPF on the ileum was completely blocked by tolazoline and propranolol, that of ACAF was blocked by tolazoline alone, (Table 1 and 5).
There is an indication that the constituents extracted by water in Cassia acutifolia (ACAF) and that extracted by methanol in Cassia podocarpa (MCPF) are similar, since both extracts produced relaxations of the colon and were blocked by tolazoline and propranolol.
After being immobilized for 90 min, all deer captured through darting received a 400 mg injection of tolazoline hydrochloride (Tolazoline[R], Lloyd Laboratories, Shenandoah, Iowa, USA) to reverse the effects of the immobilization agent.
Other less specific reversal agents, such as yohimbine and tolazoline, can be used to antagonize xylazine, the least potent of the alpha-2 agonists.