antiemetic drug


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The present study indicated that the prophylactic infusion of low doses of ephedrine and phenylephrine before spinal anesthesia for cesarean section might result in a significant decrease in the frequency and severity of maternal hypotension, need for vasoactive drugs, nausea, vomiting, need for antiemetic drug, and an increase in the Apgar score of neonates.
1) History of gastrointestinal haemorrhage, (2) smokers, (3) developed nausea and vomiting on the last day on prior surgery, (4) received antiemetic drugs within 24 hours on prior surgery, (5) conversion to open cholecystectomy.
The inorganic growth strategies are expected to contribute the growth of antiemetic drug market.
Commonly used antiemetic drug is prochlorperazine which is a phenothiazine derivative that limits stimulation of the chemoreceptor trigger zone.
The presence of nausea and/or vomiting was examined in the patient groups receiving ginger or an antiemetic drug, and no vomiting or nausea was found to have occurred in those receiving ginger.
8%) in palonosetron group were found to be having at least one antiemetic drug related side effect (p value= 0.
The goal of antiemetic drug therapy is to interfere with the signal of any of the chemoreceptors and thereby prevent activation of the vomiting center.
Compare the effectiveness of acupressure bands (P6) and an antiemetic drug.
And under an agreement with Valeant Pharmaceuticals North America, Par's sales force began promoting the antiemetic drug Cesamet (CII) (nabilone) oral capsules this month.
Metoclopramide, an antiemetic drug used mainly for gastrointestinal disorders, has been implicated in DIP.
Metoclopramide, an antiemetic drug used primarily for gastrointestinal disorders, has also been implicated in DIP.
The RHB-102 clinical trial is a bioequivalence study which aims to test the pharmacokinetic similarity between RedHill's once-daily controlled release tablet formulation and Zofran[R], GlaxoSmithKline's well known, leading, approved antiemetic drug administered several times per day, with annual sales of hundreds of millions of Dollars (including generic versions).
Ondansetron is a prototypical antiemetic drug belonging to the serotonin 5-HT3A receptor antagonist family, the other members being granisetron, palonosetron, dolasetron, and tropisetron.
This region boosts up the demand for antiemetic drug due to growth in demand for CINV drugs and is expected to fuel the market growth in this region.
RedHill Biopharma, an Israel-based biopharmaceutical company, has received approval to commence its planned Phase III clinical trial for the treatment of a new, undisclosed indication with RHB-102, an extended release oral pill formulation of the antiemetic drug, ondansetron, from the United States Food and Drug Administration, it was reported on Friday.