Hemodynamic Status During Famotidine Infusion

Title

Hemodynamic Status During Famotidine Infusion

Creator

Heiselman D E; Chapman J; Malik M; Riegnor E

Publisher

Dicp-the Annals of Pharmacotherapy

Date

1990
1990-12

Description

Histamine H2 antagonists, which reduce gastric acid secretion, are often used in the intensive care setting for the prophylaxis of stress ulcers. This double-blind, placebo-controlled study evaluated hemodynamic parameters in 11 stable, critically ill patients receiving famotidine. Repeated-measures ANOVA demonstrated that famotidine had no significant effect on baseline hemodynamic measurements and that there was no significant difference in hemodynamic values following the famotidine infusion as compared with NaCl 0.9% placebo (p > 0.05).

Subject

antagonist; depression; double-blind; h2-receptor; histamine; hypotension; intensive-care unit; intravenous cimetidine; Pharmacology & Pharmacy; ranitidine; secretion; ym-11170

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Rights

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Pages

1163-1165

Issue

12

Volume

24

Citation

Heiselman D E; Chapman J; Malik M; Riegnor E, “Hemodynamic Status During Famotidine Infusion,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed May 6, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/10156.

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