Buflomedil concentrations in blood and viscera in a case of fatal intoxication.

Buflomedil hydrochloride, 4-(l-pyrolidiny)-1-(2,4,6-trimethoxyphenyl)-lbutanone hydrochloride, is a recently introduced vasoactive agent used as a peripheral vasodilator (1). Commercially it is sold as 150-mg tablets, as injectable 10 g/L solutions, and as 150 g/L drops (“Loftyl,” Abbott Laboratories; “Fonzylane,” Lafon Laboratories). Little information… CONTINUE READING