Which of the following drug is not used for medical management of ectopic pregnancy? (LQ)
Management of ectopic pregnancy:
1. Drugs commonly used for salpingocentesis are potassium chloride,
4. hyperosmolar glucose
6. Certain drugs, (Methotrexate, Actinomycin-D, KCL, Hypertonic Glucose, PGF2 a, and RU-486) are capable of acting on the trophoblastic cells, arresting their growth and thus stopping the development of the ectopic pregnancy.