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The complementary mechanism of action of selective beta 1 -adrenoblocker metoprolol (reduced cardiac output) and vazoselektivnogo blocker “slow” calcium channels (BCCI), felodipine (reduced total peripheral vascular resistance) leads . to a antihypertensive effect and a better tolerability in comparison with the performance which can be obtained felodipine and metoprolol monotherapy hypotensive effect of the drug…

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Gestodene is almost completely metabolized. Serum clearance of approximately 0.8 ml / min / kg. The content of gestodene in serum is subjected to a two-phase reduction. The half-life (T1 / 2) in anadrol results the terminal phase is about 12 h unmodified form gestodene is not displayed, but only in the form of metabolites (T1…

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Lovastatin is an inhibitor of endogenous cholesterol synthesis in the liver. In the body, lovastatin, anadrol for sale anadrol for sale in the form of inactive lactone, is hydrolysed directly to the corresponding β-hydroxy – therapeutically active form. This active form acts as a competitive inhibitor Z-W-hydroxy-methylglutaryl-coenzyme A reductase (HMG-CoA reductase) – an enzyme that catalyzes…

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Reduces the formation of angiotensin II from angiotensin I. Reduction of angiotensin II leads to a direct reduction of aldosterone release. It reduces the degradation of bradykinin and increases the synthesis of prostaglandins. It reduces the total peripheral vascular resistance, blood pressure (BP), preload, pressure in the pulmonary capillaries, causing an increase in cardiac output…

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Peripheral muscle relaxant short-acting. Interacting with the n-cholinergic receptors, it causes depolarization of the endplate of the synapse, which comes into force on neuromuscular transmission blockade.At the beginning of the process of muscle relaxation may cause muscle fasciculations (the result of short-term relief of neuromuscular transmission). Muscle relaxation occurs in the following sequence: the eyelids,…

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