epinephrin

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n epinephrin a catecholamine secreted by the adrenal medulla in response to stress (trade name Adrenalin); stimulates autonomic nerve action
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n epinephrin A term introduced by J. J. Abel to designate the active blood-pressure raising principle of the adrenal glands. See also adrenalin.
    • n epinephrin The proprietary name of a preparation made from the suprarenal capsule, which possesses marked hemostatic properties.
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Usage


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In case you have not heard, Articadent (articaine 4% HCl with epinephrine) is the articaine injectable anesthetic that is a great articaine option.
It is available in 2 formulations, you decide which epinephrine concentration is right.
The auto-injecting epinephrine pen provides verbal cues during emergency allergic situations.
Bupivacaine 0.25% with epinephrine 1:200,000 injection, Hospira 10 mL vial, preservative-free (NDC 00409-9042-01) 50 mL vial, multi-dose (NDC 00409-9043-01).
School board discusses new state policy regarding administration of epinephrine .
The law, formerly SB 621, mandated public schools train personnel on how to recognize when students are experiencing symptoms of anaphylactic shock and respond using auto-injectable epinephrine .
On Tuesday, Maryland became the third state to require schools to stock epinephrine for emergency use in children with severe allergic reactions.
Governor signs Epinephrine bill into law.
Epinephrine is the cornerstone of emergency treatment for anaphylaxis, and pharmacists must ensure that their patients are familiar with and can properly use their auto-injector devices.
Epinephrine has been the mainstay of cardiac arrest, but is it effective.
Research Study Examines Epinephrine 's Effects on Cardiac Arrest.
Some parents and food-allergy advocacy groups believe administering epinephrine should be part of a teacher's regular first-aid training.
Laws currently pending in Florida, Maryland, New York, Oklahoma, and Virginia would expand the school personnel permitted to give epinephrine in schools.
Epinephrine is the cornerstone of emergency treatment for anaphylaxis, and pharmacists must ensure that their patients are familiar with and can properly use their auto- injector devices.
Shortage of Epinephrine Emergency Syringes .
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