What is isoxsuprine?

Isoxsuprine is no longer available in the United States.

Isoxsuprine is a prescription medication that helps to treat problems with blood circulation, including arteriosclerosis, cerebral vascular insufficiency, and Raynaud's disease. Isoxsuprine is a type of medication known as a vasodilator, which relaxes the muscles in veins and arteries and allows blood to flow more easily through the blood vessels.  Isoxsuprine is available under the brand name Vasodilan.

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