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- Clinical Uses of Papaverine Hydrochloride.*
- Current Researches in Anesthesia and Analgesia-Jan.-Feb.,.
- The Use of Papaverine in Arterial Sheaths to Prevent Loss of
- arteries [four in the papaverine and two in the placebo groups (p > 0.64)]. Clinical loss of pulse correlated with diminished pulsatility index (p < 0.
- Through the federal government's
- ports of adverse reactions to papaverine administration were requested. The one report cited an association between papaverine use and glaucoma.
- Incompatibility of Hexabrix and Papaverine
- and Papaverine. Thomas. J.
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- PAPAVERINE - ORAL (Pavabid, Vasal) side effects, medical uses
- 2 days ago USES: This medication is used to increase blood flow throughout the body, including the heart and the brain. Papaverine is a vasodilator.
- papaverine medical facts from Drugs.com
- Dec 15, 2010 Use caution when driving, operating machinery, or performing other hazardous activities. Papaverine may cause dizziness.
- papaverine : Information on Uses, Dosage & Side Effects on
- Jul 20, 2009 PAPAVERINE (pa PAV er een) is a vasodilator. It relaxes the blood vessels which makes it easier for blood to pass through them.
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