Norepinephrine Bitarate (Injection)
Patients who are suffering from low blood pressure might receive an injection of norepinephrine bitarate at the hospital to help raise their blood pressure. The medication is diluted and injected intravenously into the patient to raise blood pressure. It is usually administered in the hospital and is consdiered a short-term solution rather than a permanent solution to low blood pressure problems.
Some patients may feel dizzy or weak while on this medication. Patients may also experience changes in mood, such as mood swings, depression or suicidal feelings. Notify your doctor right away if you have these side effects. You also need immediate help if you suffer from these serious symptoms:
- Pain and swelling at injection site
- Irregular heartbeat
- Changes in skin appearance
- Vision problems
- Decreased frequency of urination