Please note, this OEL/ADE monograph also applies to bretylium tosylate (CAS RN 61-75-6) and bretylium bromide (CAS RN 3170-72-7). Bretylium is a quaternary ammonium cation having 2-bromobenzyl, ethyl and two methyl groups attached to the nitrogen. It blocks noradrenaline release from the peripheral sympathetic nervous system, and is used in emergency medicine, cardiology, and other specialties for the acute management of ventricular tachycardia and ventricular fibrillation. Bretylium, as bretylium tosylate, is indicated for the prophylaxis and therapy of ventricular fibrillation. It is also used in the treatment of life-threatening ventricular arrhythmias, such as ventricular tachycardia, that have failed to respond to adequate doses of a first-line antiarrhythmic agent, such as lidocaine.
Affygility Solutions has an occupational exposure limit (OEL) and control band assignment for this active pharmaceutical ingredient (API). This monograph also contains the acceptable daily exposure (ADE) value.
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