DrugBank ID: db00668
Synonymous :(−)-(r)-epinephrine | (−)-3,4-dihydroxy-α-((methylamino)methyl)benzyl alcohol | (−)-adrenaline | (r)-(-)-adnephrine | (r)-(-)-adrenaline | (r)-(-)-epinephrine | (r)-(-)-epirenamine | (r)-(−)-adrenaline | 4-[(1r)-1-hydroxy-2-(methylamino)ethyl]-1,2-benzenediol | adrénaline | adrenaline | epinefrin | epinefrina | epinephrin | epinephrine | epinephrinum | l-adrenaline | levoepinephrine
Drug Sentece Context
Table 1. Analysis of context sentence of epinephrine gene in 4 abstracts.
|32356252||These two medications may precipitate ventricular dysrhythmias, necessitating cardiac and electrolyte monitoring, and in severe cases, treatment with epinephrine and high-doses of diazepam.|
|32417446||Assuming similar SRIT rates, HITSA was found to be a cost-effective option with an incremental cost-effectiveness ratio of $44,554/quality-adjusted life-year when considering both incremental epinephrine autoinjector costs and coronavirus disease 2019 risks. […] Excluding epinephrine autoinjector costs, HISTA dominated other options. […] However, outside of pandemic considerations, HITSA was not cost-effective (incremental cost-effectiveness ratio, $198,877,286) at annual epinephrine autoinjector costs above $287.|
|32457932||Infusions of epinephrine titrated to treat unstable hypotension, as well as potassium for severe hypokalemia may be required.|
|32488505||All children but one needed an inotropic/vasoactive drug support (epinephrine, n = 12; milrinone, n = 10; dobutamine, n = 6, norepinephrine, n = 4) and 8 were intubated.|