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Synonyms for antidiarrheal

a drug used to control or stop diarrhea

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For the 60 patients who received no antidiarrheal drugs as mandatory prophylaxis and dose escalation of neratinib in the first month, the results of the trial showed that the incidence of grade 3 diarrhea was 11.7% and that for the 60 patients in this cohort, 3.3% discontinued neratinib due to diarrhea.
Drugs that relax the intestinal smooth muscles are often used as antidiarrheal agent because they inhibit intestinal hypermotility (increase peristalsis) which usually accompanies diarrhea [26].
The present study was aimed to evaluate the antibacterial, antifungal, antidiarrheal and anticancer activities of turmeric (Piper nigrum L.) and black pepper (Curcuma longa L.) extracts.
Moreover, the acute toxicity and antidiarrheal activity of GOS were assessed in mice.
(The alluring title was in fact inspired by the name of an antidiarrheal drug.) Initially intending to shoot the Sufi festival of Mawlid, a carnivalesque celebration drawing enormous crowds who enter ecstatic states, Calame and Schmalz wound up recording life in this loud capital mainly from the windows of some hostel or Airbnb flat, where fashion TV programs run on inexplicably heavy rotation.
The remaining 38 agents can be classified into the following categories: anticoagulant (2), antidiarrheal (1), antidiabetic (1), antidote (3), antiemetic (1), antifungal (1), antilipemic (2), antineoplastic (13), antipsychotic (2), antiviral (1), bile acid (2), cardiovascular (2), female sexual dysfunction (1), immunomodulator (1), lysosomal acid lipase deficiency (1), parathyroid hormone (1), pyrimidine analog (1), and respiratory (2).
Rauwolfia species are very much important due to their traditional medicinal use such as insanity, scorpion bite, purgative, edema, snake sedative, antihelmintic, rheumatic pain, epilepsy, relief cough antidiarrheal and intestinal disease (Panda et al., 2012).
Punicagranatum commonly known as (Anar) the roots and bark of the stem of this plant has been used as astringent (antidiarrheal) and anthelmentic plant and experimentally proved that the alcoholic extract of the stem bark of this plant inhibit the hatching of Haemonchuscontortuseggs to filariform larvae, the aqueous, alcoholic and ether extract from seeds of the plant Cucerbita maxima has proved its vermifugal activity experimentaly against Platyhelminthes (trematode and cestodes) and nemathelminthes (nematodes) both In Vitro as well as In Vivo trials.
We found no studies that assessed possible risks posed by non-AMD antidiarrheal medications for treating TD, such as loperamide.
commonly known as Mugwort (Compositae) exhibits antispasmodic, bronchodilatory and antidiarrheal properties , which is mediated through dual pathways i.e.
The little cigarette vendor turned out to be an unlikely Good Samaritan, buying him an energy drink and an antidiarrheal tablet.
One option is to treat with an antidiarrheal product such as Pepto-Bismol or kaolin pectin when a goat develops diarrhea, to see whether you can get it under control without the use of harsh medicines and while awaiting fecal exam results.
Initially, he went to the local clinic and took some antidiarrheal agent under impression of acute enteritis, but the symptom persisted.
For many patients, current IBS treatments, which include fiber supplements, laxatives, antidiarrheal medications, antispasmodics, and antidepressants such as tricyclics and selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors, are unsatisfactory.