a hormone produced by the adrenal glands in response to stress, exercise, or fear; increases heart rate and opens airways to improve breathing; also called adrenaline
A hormone released from the adrenal glands. Its main function in diabetes is to release glucose from the liver, increase the circulation rate, and prevent release of secreted insulin.
Hormone made by the adrenal glands that speeds up body organs and helps the body deal with stress
Known as "adrenaline" outside the USA. A hormone produced by the adrenal gland. Released into the bloodstream it produces: Increased heart rate Increased blood pressure Sweating Mixed with local anesthetic it constricts the local blood vessel producing: Longer anesthesia. Reduced bleeding.
a drug injected before liposuction to reduce bleeding during the procedure.
A vasoconstrictor used with many anaesthetic solutions. It restricts bleeding during surgery and maintains the anesthetic in the operative site. It should be used with caution in patients with heart disease.
Used with many anesthetic solutions, epinephrine is a vasoconstrictor that restricts bleeding during surgery and maintains the anesthetic at the site. It should be used with caution when treating patients with heart disease.
a drug that reduces during liposuction Ethylenediamine â€“ an ingredient in the prescription drug Aminophylline.