Liprostin

Active Ingredient(s): Prostaglandin E{1} Liposomal, PGE{1}
Category: Peripheral Vascular Disease



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Prostaglandin E1 (PGE1), also known as alprostadil, is a naturally occurring prostaglandin which is used as a medication.[1] In babies with congenital heart defects it is used by slow injection into a vein to open the ductus arteriosus until surgery can be carried out.[2] By injection into the penis or placement in the urethra it is used to treat erectile dysfunction.[3] Common side effects when given to babies include decreased breathing, fever, and low blood pressure. When used for erectile...

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