antispasmodic

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Synonyms for antispasmodic

a drug used to relieve or prevent spasms (especially of the smooth muscles)

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The complete free of symptom during this period could probably be the effect of antispastic medicine.
The same association is present in case of antispastic medication, too.
received approval for its ANDA for baclofen, a muscle relaxant and antispastic.
His initial experience was disappointing: graft occlusion secondary to spasm from traumatic harvesting and lack of perioperative antispastic measures was a common complication.
Applications: a natural product extracted from the seeds and aerial parts of a plant widely used in Egyptian medicine as an antispastic and for treatment of angina pectoris.
Cannabinoids have a number of potential therapeutic uses, including antispastic, analgesic and anti-emetic effects, as well as the treatment of glaucoma and wasting in diseases like AIDS (see Feldman & Glass, 1998; Ameri, 1999 for reviews).
Some consideration also needs to be given to the side effects of some treatments, particularly the weakness and fatigue induced by antispastic medication.
Adductor spasms can be curbed by taking Lioresal (baclofen), antispastic drug.
Baclofen is a muscle relaxant and antispastic agent used to relieve muscle spasms, pain and muscular rigidity often associated with multiple sclerosis.
Many therapeutic paradigms, such as antispastic medication [4-5], physical modalities [6-7], botulinum toxin injection [8-9], intrathecal baclofen pumps [10], and novel surgical techniques [11], were developed and applied for reducing spasticity and improving function.
9]-THC) possess antispastic effects in addition to their hallucinogenic, antiemetic, anxiolytic appetite-stimulating, anti-inflammatory and analgesic effects.