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Dermal Necrosis -- Treatment - is regitine the proper antidote for esmolol extravasation?

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21 Nov 2009

This is from http://www.drugs.com/pro/regitine.html

"... Regitine is indicated for the prevention or treatment of dermal necrosis and sloughing following intravenous administration or extravasation of norepinephrine."

I am not sure whether it is an antidote for esmolol. You should seek professional advice if this has happened to you.

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