Pitocin

A synthetic form of oxytocin that is given to women to induce or enhance labor. The medication is administered through an IV and can be adjusted based on the needs of the laboring woman. The drug can also be given after delivery to help contract the uterus to decrease vaginal bleeding. Broader term(s): Oxytocin
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pitocin

synthetic oxytocin, a pituitary hormone that causes uterine contractions and is often used to induce labor
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Pitocin

The brand name of a synthetic form of the hormone
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Pitocin

The brand name of a synthetic form of the hormone oxytocin used to induce labor.
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Pitocin

The synthetic form of oxytocin.
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Pitocin

The synthetic form of oxytocin.
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