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Synonyms for spasmolytic

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

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This model enables simultaneous registration of the spasmolytic effects of rosemary oil and comparison with Papaverine (Forster et al.
Keywords: Bakkenolide; Steroid compounds; Hertia cheirifolia: NMR; Spasmolytic activity; Anti-inflammatory activity
Spasmolytic and tonic effect of Iberogast[R] (STW 5) in intestinal smooth muscle.
Taking into account the low risk of side effects and the further beneficial therapeutical effects like spasmolytic and antiphlogistic activity, yarrow preparations might be appropriate especially for long-term treatment of digestive disorders.
Studies using in vitro preparations of smooth muscle have reported controversial results regarding the spasmolytic activity of dipyrone (64-68).
Scutellaria lateriflora was traditionally used as a nervine and anxiolytic; however, its additional anti-inflammatory, spasmolytic, antimicrobial, and antioxidant actions, may all have further benefited this client (31).
Several group of workers reported various activities in harmine series of alkaloids and their synthetic analogues such as antidepressant, antioxidant, breastcancer resistance protein inhibition, the central nervous system,hypotensive,immunomodulatory effect, spasmolytic,vasorelaxant [4-10].
For this reason variety of spasmolytic drugs and assortment of sheaths, guide wires and catheter were taken into consideration to prevent RAS.
Drotaverine hydrochloride or isoquinoline 1,2,3,4-tetrahydro 6,7 diethoxy-1-(c-3,4-diethoxy phenyl methylene) hydrochloride is a highly potent spasmolytic agent, acting on the smooth muscle but is devoid of anticholinergic effects as it acts through inhibitory effect on phosphodiesterase enzyme, mainly PDEIV.
Intestinal trefoil factor (TFF 3) and pS2 (TFF 1), but not spasmolytic polypeptide (TFF 2) mRNAs are co-expressed in normal, hyperplastic, and neoplastic human breast epithelium.
Aesculus indica is pharmacologically reported to possess cytotoxic (Bibi et al., 2012), anti-bacterial (Bibi et al., 2011), anti-oxidant (Chakraborthy, 2009), immune-modulatory (Chakraborthy et al., 2009), anti-viral (Singh et al., 2003), neurodepressive (Bhatt, 1992), spasmolytic (Qayum et al., 1988) and anti-inflammatory (Ikram et al., 1986) properties.
Inhibition of human cAMP-phosphodiesterase as a mechanism of the spasmolytic effect of Matricaria recutita L.
In addition, peppermint is a rich source of essential oils with major food values and which has spasmolytic, antibacterial, and digestive boosting properties in terms of pharmaceutical use.