Prostanoids

A. Brinkmann and P. L. Radermacher

Introduction pharmacology Biochemistry,, and. .synthesis

Mechanism, ..of,, actions Metabolism Physiological „effects Gastrointestinal, tract Renal.system Therapeuticuse

Sepslisl„and„, acute. respirato^rY. . di.stres.s. . syndrome

Inhaled epoprostenol pulmonary. hypertension unrelated ..to. sepsis. and .acute respiratory. distress .syndrome Acutehemorrhage, „fo,l!oïïin,g, .u.t.e.rinen.at.on.y

Dosaqe .and routeof use

Epoprostenol .PGJSa

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