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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 Butylbromide

Hyoscine Hydrobromide

Hyoscine Methobromide

Hyoscine Methonitrate


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


Timepidium Bromide

Valethamate Bromide

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