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CAS Number 60-79-7
medication increases uterine contractions resulting in decreased
uterine bleeding. It is used to treat or prevent uterine bleeding.
It has also been used to treat migraine headaches.
Ergonovineis part of a group of medicines called ergot alkaloids. It
is used to treat or prevent excessive bleeding after child birth.
ergoatetrine, ergobasine, ergoklinine, ergotocine, ergometrine,
ermetrine, margonovine, neofemergen, secacornin, secometrin Use:
Molecular formula: C19H23N3O2
CAS No: 60-79-7
EINECS No: 200-485-0
Density (g cm-3):
Stable. Incompatible with strong oxidizing agents.
Toxic if swallowed, inhaled or absorbed through the skin. May cause
Safety glasses, gloves, good ventilation.
It has a medical use in obstetrics to facilitate delivery of the
placenta and to prevent bleeding after childbirth by causing smooth
muscle tissue in the blood vessel walls to narrow, thereby reducing
blood flow. It is usually combined with oxytocin (syntocinon) as
It can induce spasm of the coronary arteries.
This is sometimes used in the differential diagnosis of angina.
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