venotonic

ve·no·ton·ic

(vēn-ō-ton'ik),
A class of drug typically given to promote venous drainage.
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Venotonic drugs were added to the treatment in patients older than 12 years old.
In 1971, Daflon which is 90% Diosmin and 10% Hesperidin (Daflon 500; Serdia Pharmaceuticals, India) a flavonoid vasoprotector venotonic agent was introduced in france by Bensaude et al for the treatment of haemorrhoids and other capillo-venous diseases.
PPG has also been used to evaluate the effects of venotonic drugs before and after treatment in patients with vein diseases allowing differences between groups to be verified [28].
Daflon is a flavonoid vasoprotector venotonic agent whose active component is micronized flavonidic fraction that contains 90% diosmin and 10% hesperidin9.
Analgesic, anti-inflammatory and venotonic effects of Cissus quadrangularis.
Evaluation of clinical efficacy of a venotonic drug: Lessons of a therapeutic trial with hemisynthesis diosmin in "heavy legs syndrome." J Mal Vasc.
At least three types of pharmacodynamic actions have been attributed to escin: anti-edematous properties, anti-inflammatory activities, and venotonic properties (Sirtori 2001).
In view of the venotonic anti-inflammatory and tissue edema reduction properties of the constituents of the HCC formulation, I commonly prescribe it for the relief of arm lymphedema in women post mastectomy where lymph node architecture has been partially or totally disrupted or removed in the treatment of breast cancer.
Venotonic medications (primarily plantderived and synthetic flavonoids, such as horse chestnut seed extract, that improve venous tone) provide symptom relief.
Up to now, at least three types of pharmacodynamic actions have been attributed to escin: anti-edematous properties, anti-inflammatory activities, and venotonic properties (Sirtori 2001).
Horsechestnut seed extract (HCSE) has reported venotonic, vascular protective, anti-inflammatory and free radical scavenging properties (Guillaume 1994).