Autocoids (Histamine and Serotonin)
Prostaglandin E2 analogs can be used for all following conditions EXCEPT (LQ)
|A||Treatment of patent ductus arteriosus|
|B||Treatment of bronchial asthma|
|D||Treatment of NSAID induced peptic ulcer|
PGE2 analogues are used to maintain the patency of ductus arteriosus whereas aspirin or indomethacin are used for the treatment of PDA.
PGE2 is a bronchodilator and can be used to treat bronchial asthma via inhalational route.
Cervical priming and NSAID induced PUD are other indications of this agent.