Etifelmine

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Etifelmine
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Formula C17H19N
Molar mass 237.339
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Etifelmine (INN; also known as gilutensin) is a stimulant drug. It was used for the treatment of hypotension (low blood pressure).[1]

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  1. ^ Poepelmann H. The treatment of hypotensive circulatory disorders with gilutensin. Therapie der Gegenwart. (German) 1964 Aug;103:1007-12.