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The therapeutic effect is otherwise known as the "desired effect". The effect we want the drug to do. In contrast to Adverse or undesired effect.
The therapeutic dosage is the amount of a therapeutic agent which causes the therapeutic effect. This is prescribed by qualified therapists for varied conditions.
"Therapeutic" means creating some healthful effect. A therapeutic drug is one aimed at restoring health.
epinephrine (or adrenaline in the UK) mimics the effects of norepinephrine (noradrenaline in UK), so activates the SNS, not the PSNS.
HYPERGLYCEMIA. because epinephrine increases the blood glucose level by increasing glycogenolysis.
Non-therapeutic drug effects are those that don't treat the target condition. For instance, the stomach cramping caused by erythromycin is a non-therapeutic effect when erythromycin is used for infection; interestingly, it may be a therapeutic effect if erythromycin is used for gastroparesis.
Glycogen breakdown was observed only when epinephrine was administered to intact cells.
Not a "cure" medicated to a "highly functional level"
It means generically feeling of wellbeing
prolong the effect of epinephrine by maintaining elevated camp levels in the cyto
epinephrine and norpepinephrine