In all the cases in whom the double-j stent was applied, when the scores obtained before the procedure were compared with the ones obtained after the procedure, IPSSs, IPSS-QOL and OABq scores showed an increase and none of the medical therapy protocols we used (antiinflammatory, spasmolytic
, anticholinergic, [alpha]-blocker) showed a statistically significant superiority compared to each other and control group.
effect of aqueous and hydroalcoholic extracts of the flowers on KCl-induced uterus contractions did not decrease in the presence of propranolol (1 [micro]M), as a [beta]-adrenoceptor antagonist.
Constipating and spasmolytic
effects of khat (catha edulis forsk) in experimental animals.
The most important is its diuretic action; it also has antiphlogistic and spasmolytic
effects on smooth muscles, antihypertensive, antimicrobial, antifungal (saponins in vitro); anti-inflammatory, immunomodulatory and antitumoral effects (Blumental, Goldberg and Brinckmann 2000, Bruneton 1999, el-Ghazaly et al.
A new family of growth factor-like peptides: 'trefoil' disulphide loop structures as a common feature in breast cancer associated peptide (pS2), pancreatic spasmolytic
polypeptide (PSP), and frog skin peptides (spasmolysins).
The results of this trial appear to validate preclinical observations that (S)-oxybutynin imparts a spasmolytic
effect independent of its anticholinergic properties.
Subtype-selective GABAA modulators have the potential to retain the known beneficial actions of the benzodiazepines--including spasmolytic
and anxiolytic activities - while minimizing sedative effects and dependency potential.
herbs were utilised to reduce spasm in the GIT, which can result in urgency and increased frequency of bowel motions.
A group of semi-synthetic structural analogs of glaucine, including glaucine N-oxide (93) inhibited the central nervous system, caused a decrease in blood pressure, and had spasmolytic
activity in laboratory's animals (Todorov and Zamfirova 1991; Petkov et al.
The use of herbs in phytotherapy is mostly due to the essential oils and their various biological activities, such as spasmolytic
, carminative, hepatoprotective, antiviral, and anti-carcinogenic properties .
For example, alcohols possess all of the following characteristics: antimicrobial, antiseptic, tonifying, balancing, spasmolytic
, anesthetic, and anti-inflammatory.
Comparative study of nicorandil and a spasmolytic
cocktail in preventing radial artery spasm during transradial coronary angiography.
Butterbur has traditionally been used for conditions involving pain, spasm and fever, and has recently been shown to include oxopetasan esters, petasin and isopetasin which inhibit leukotriene biosynthesis and impart a spasmolytic
Butterbur's headache-preventive capabilities likely stem from its anti-inflammatory and spasmolytic
Since these images are most prone to bowel motion artifacts, a spasmolytic
agent (eg, glucagon) should be administered intravenously approximately 1 minute before data collection.