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*  Cardiac glycoside
US poison centers reported 2632 cases regarding digoxin toxicity, and 17 cases regarding digoxin-related deaths in 2008. ... Cardiac glycosides, such as the commonly used digoxin and digitoxin, deal with the latter, due to their positive inotropic ... For example, the ingestion of digoxin leads to increased cardiac output and decreased heart rate without significant changes in ... "The use of digoxin in patients with worsening chronic heart failure: reconsidering an old drug to reduce hospital admissions". ...
*  Eleutherococcus senticosus
... and people taking digoxin or hexobarbital may have adverse reactions to E. senticosus. High doses may cause irritability, ...
*  Cardenolide
Members include: acetyldigitoxins acetyldigoxins cymarine digitoxin digitoxigenin digoxigenin digoxin medigoxin neoconvalloside ...
*  Digoxin toxicity
The primary treatment of digoxin toxicity is digoxin immune fab, which is an antibody made up of anti-digoxin immunoglobulin ... Digoxin toxicity, also known as digoxin poisoning, is a type of poisoning that occurs in people who take too much of the ... The level of digoxin for treatment is typically 0.5-2 ng/mL. Since this is a narrow therapeutic index, digoxin overdose can ... First method is based on the amount of digoxin ingested whereas the second method is based on the serum digoxin concentration ...
*  Digoxin
... is in the cardiac glycoside family of medications. Digoxin was first isolated in 1930 from the foxglove plant, ... U.S. National Library of Medicine: Drug Information Portal - Digoxin Commonly used website to calculate empiric digoxin doses ... digoxin. [citation needed] A 2008 study suggested digoxin has beneficial effects not only for the heart, but also in reducing ... Digoxin is also used as a standard control substance to test for P-glycoprotein inhibition.[citation needed] Digoxin's primary ...
*  Digoxin immune fab
... or Digoxin-specific antibody is an antidote for overdose of digoxin. It is made from immunoglobulin ... digoxin Fab. A case series of 147 patients showed that not all cases of acute digoxin overdose require anti‐digoxin Fab, nor ... "Digoxin Toxicity". LITFL • Life in the Fast Lane Medical Blog. Retrieved 24 July 2017. "Digibind, DigiFab (digoxin immune FAB ( ... Each vial of DigiFab , which will bind approximately 0.5 mg digoxin, contains 40 mg of digoxin immune Fab, 75 mg (approx) of ...
*  List of side effects of digoxin
Patients taking digoxin should avoid taking hawthorn. Side effects can become pronounced due to the interactions of digoxin and ... Evidence of van Gogh's digoxin use is supported by multiple self-portraits that include the foxglove plant, from which digoxin ... These factors increase the likelihood of developing side effects of digoxin and digoxin toxicity. Often lowering the dose is ... antibody fragments against digoxin, trade names Digibind and Digifab). Digoxin is not removed by hemodialysis or peritoneal ...
*  Lofepramine
Digoxin. May increase risk of irregular heart rate. Disulfiram. May require a reduction of lofepramine dose. Diuretics. ...
*  Velpatasvir
Digoxin is eliminated by Pgp; its AUC is increased by about 30% in combination with velpatasvir and sofosbuvir (although it is ...
*  Heart failure
Digoxin is one such medication. Its narrow therapeutic window, a high degree of toxicity, and the failure of multiple trials to ...
*  Digitalis
In contemporary medicine, a purer form of digitalis (usually digoxin) is obtained from D. lanata. Digoxin comes from Digitalis ... Digoxin was approved for heart failure in 1998 under current regulations by the Food and Drug Administration on the basis of ... The two drugs differ in that digoxin has an additional hydroxyl group at the C-3 position on the B-ring (adjacent to the ... Safety concerns regarding a proposed link between digoxin therapy and increased mortality in women may be contributing to the ...
*  Diazepam
... may block the action of levodopa (used in the treatment of Parkinson's disease). Diazepam may alter digoxin serum ...
*  Diastolic heart failure
Usually digoxin maintains a stable rhythm. The use of a self-expanding device that attaches to the external surface of the left ...
*  Spirituality
2] Kurup, R. K.; Kurup, P. A. (2003). "Hypothalamic digoxin, hemispheric chemical digoxin, and spirituality". International ...
*  Crataegus
"Interference of hawthorn on serum digoxin measurements by immunoassays and pharmacodynamic interaction with digoxin". Arch ... Patients taking digoxin should avoid taking hawthorn. Many species and hybrids are used as ornamental and street trees. The ... "Interaction Study between Digoxin and a Preparation of Hawthorn (Crataegus oxyacantha)" (PDF). J Clin Pharmacol. 43: 637-642. ...
*  Metildigoxin
The substance is closely related to digoxin; it differs from the latter only by an O-methyl group on the terminal ...
*  Malcolm VandenBurg
Vandenburg, MJ; Stephens, JD; Resplandy, G; Dews, IM; Robinson, J; Desche, P (February 1993). "Digoxin pharmacokinetics and ...
*  K-Strophanthidin
Ouabain Digoxin Myocardial infarction Toxicity Detoxification Muscle contraction Cardiac glycosides 新药研发咨询中心. "k-Strophanthidin ... Song H, Karashima E, Hamlyn JM, Blaustein MP (March 2014). "Ouabain-digoxin antagonism in rat arteries and neurones". The ...
*  Lercanidipine
... increases plasma levels of ciclosporin and digoxin. Like other dihydropyridine class calcium channel blockers, ...
*  Management of heart failure
Digoxin (a mildly positive inotrope and negative chronotrope), once used as first-line therapy, is now reserved for control of ... There is no evidence that digoxin reduces mortality in CHF, although some studies suggest a decreased rate in hospital ... Haji SA, Movahed A (2000). "Update on digoxin therapy in congestive heart failure". American Family Physician. 62 (2): 409-16. ...
*  List of plants used in herbalism
Examples of such derivatives include digoxin, from digitalis; capsaicine, from chili; and aspirin, which is chemically related ... and digoxin from the foxglove. Chemical compounds in plants mediate their effects on the human body through processes identical ...
*  C. M. Prasad
Prasad, CM; Nair, KG; Sheth, UK (1980). "Reversal of digoxin induced cardiac arrhythmias by nickel chloride". Research ...
*  Medicinal plants
They include digoxin and digitoxin which support the beating of the heart, and act as diuretics. Senna alexandrina, containing ... Digoxin is used to treat atrial fibrillation, atrial flutter and sometimes heart failure. Polyphenols of several classes are ... These include the common drugs aspirin, digoxin, quinine, and opium. The compounds found in plants are of many kinds, but most ... The foxglove, Digitalis purpurea, contains digoxin, a cardiac glycoside. The plant was used on heart conditions long before the ...
*  Myocarditis
In people with symptoms, digoxin and diuretics may help. For people with moderate to severe dysfunction, cardiac function can ...