Dinoprost


Generic Medicine Info
Contraindications
Pelvic infection; history of pelvic inflammatory disease. Active cardiac, pulmonary, renal or hepatic disease. Smoker.
Special Precautions
Glaucoma or raised intraocular pressure, asthma or a history of asthma, epilepsy or a history of epilepsy, hepatic or renal dysfunction, CV disease. Do not administer by the myometrial route. Do not administer by the extraamniotic route in patients with cervicitis or vaginal infections. Monitor uterine activity, foetal status, cervical dilatation progress. In the induction of labor, carefully evaluate cephalopelvic relationships before use. Possibility of uterine rupture. Caution in patients with membrane rupture.
Adverse Reactions
Bronchoconstriction; nausea; vomiting; diarrhoea; abdominal pain; flushing; shivering; headache; dizziness; hypotension; sudden CV collapse; hypertension; hypersensitivity reactions; convulsions; EEG changes; local tissue irritation; erythema; pyrexia; raised white cell count; local infection; excessive uterine activity; uterine rupture; cervical laceration and rupture; foetal distress and rarely fetal death.
Drug Interactions
Potentiates uteronic effect of oxytocin.
ATC Classification
G02AD01 - dinoprost ; Belongs to the class of prostaglandins. Used to induce abortion or augment labour and to minimize blood loss from the placental site.
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