Adrenaline hydrochloride is an anti-shock vasoactive drug, alias adrenaline, accessory renin, para-renine, rescue for cardiac arrest and rescue of anaphylactic shock, and can also be used for other allergic diseases (such as bronchial asthma). , urticaria) treatment. Combined with local anesthetics for local hemostasis and prolonged efficacy.
1. Relax bronchial smooth muscle to relieve bronchospasm and control asthma attacks;
2. Exciting the heart, increasing myocardial contractility and contraction rate for cardiac resuscitation;
3. For severe allergic reactions, such as anaphylactic shock, relieve bronchospasm, urticaria, neurovascular edema, itchy skin, etc.;
4. Adding local anesthetic liquid can prolong the time of spinal nerve block;
5. Correction is mainly caused by low blood output syndrome after cardiopulmonary bypass;
6. For the treatment of hypoglycemia, such as caused by excessive insulin;
7. Topical administration, contraction of blood vessels to reduce conjunctival hyperemia, and control of surface bleeding of the skin mucosa.
413.1℃ at 760 mmHg
Cool,dry and hermetic place
Chest pain and arrhythmia are rare reactions, but they must be noticed when they appear. They are more common when given large doses.
The following reactions must be noted when they persist: headache, anxiety, irritability, insomnia, paleness, fear, tremors, dizziness, excessive sweating, abnormally high heartbeat or heavy feeling.