Kinetics and Biotransformation of Adrenergic Activators and Inhibitors: Adrenergic Alpha- and Beta-Receptor Activators

  • K. H. Rahn
Part of the Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology book series (HEP, volume 54 / 2)

Abstract

Etilephrine (Fig. 1) is a sympathomimetic used almost exclusively by oral administration for the treatment of hypotension. Its distribution in the rat and its disposition in humans have been studied by Hengstann et al. (1975).

Keywords

Catecholamine Propranolol Tritium Monoamine Catechol 

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