Gonadal Hormones and Inhibitors, Osteoporosis, Agents for Erectile Dysfunction

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  1. What are the medications used for Erectile Dysfunction?
    Viagra, Levitra, Cialis
  2. MOA: increases blood flow to the corpus cavernosum (phosphodiesterase-5 (PDE5) inhibitor)
    Drugs for erectile dysfuction
  3. How long before sexual activity should your pt take his ED meds?
    1 hour

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Gonadal Hormones and Inhibitors, Osteoporosis, Agents for Erectile Dysfunction
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2013-10-25 20:20:46
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