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Antispasmodics

AntispasmodicsAntispasmodics are drugs used for their relaxant action on smooth muscle, either direct or through an antimuscarinic action on the parasympathetic innervation. They play a role in the management of gastrointestinal spasm and irritable bowel syndrome (below) as well as other disorders associated with smooth muscle spasm. Those described in this site are mainly antimuscarinics drugs in other sites that may be used for relaxation of smooth muscle include calcium-channel blockers and nitrates, as well as tings with less well defined mechanisms of action such as papaverine.

Described in this site are:

  • Alverine Citrate
  • Butropium Bromide
  • Buzepide Metiodide
  • Ciclonium Bromide
  • Cimetropium Bromide
  • Clidinium Bromide
  • Dicycloverine Hydrochloride
  • Difemerine Hydrochloride
  • Dihexyverine Hydrochloride
  • Diisopromine Hydrochloride
  • Drofenine Hydrochloride
  • Fentonium Bromide
  • Hyoscine
  • Hyoscine Butylbromide
  • Hyoscine Hydrobromide
  • Hyoscine Methobromide
  • Hyoscine Methonitrate
  • Hyoscyamine
  • Hyoscyamine Hydrobromide
  • Hyoscyamine Sulfate
  • Isopropamide Iodide
  • Mebeverine Hydrochloride
  • Mepenzolate Bromide
  • Methanthelinium Bromide
  • Methylbenactyzium Bromide
  • Octatropine Methylbromide
  • Oxapium Iodide
  • Oxyphencyclimine Hydrochloride
  • Oxyphenonium Bromide
  • Parapenzolate Bromide
  • Pargeverine Hydrochloride
  • Peppermint Leaf
  • Peppermint Oil
  • Phenamazide Hydrochloride
  • Pipenzolate Bromide
  • Piperidolate Hydrochloride
  • Pipethanate Ethobromide
  • Platyphylline Acid Tartrate
  • Poldine Metilsulfate
  • Prifinium Bromide
  • Propantheline Bromide
  • Tiemonium
  • Timepidium Bromide
  • Valethamate Bromide

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