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Synonyms for spasmolytic

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

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92% of IBD patients (N = 364) were taking medication (5-aminosalicylates, corticosteroids, immunomodulatory drugs, antibiotics, or biologics) for their IBD at the time of the survey, while only 35% of control patients (N = 58) were on drugs (proton pump inhibitors, antibiotics, pro-kinetics, spasmolytic and analgesic drugs, and digestive enzymes) (Figure 1).
Severe pain-discomfort along course Grade III Severe spasm of RA with catheter movement despite administration of at least 2 spasmolytic cocktails.
A commonly available spasmolytic namely Buscopan (Hyoscine-N-butylbromide, HBB) is known to inhibit smooth muscle contraction in the cervix.
(15) One drawback of these sequences, however, as mentioned previously can be dark signal voids in fluid-filled bowel due to peristalsis, especially if spasmolytics are not used (Figure 3).
For example listed under the heading of 'gastrointestinal system' are antacids, anthelmintics, antiemetics, carminatives, demulcents, gastrointestinal anti-inflammatories, gastrointestinal astringents, gastrointestinal spasmolytics, laxatives and mucous membrane trophorestoratives.
* Spasmolytics which relax airway smooth muscle (e.g.
Many medications used by people with SCI cause drowsiness, including antidepressants (Zoloft, Prozac, etc.), antihistamines (Benadryl, etc.), anxiolytics (Valium, Xanax, etc.), pain medications (Vicodin, Morphine, etc.), and spasmolytics (baclofen, tizanidine, etc.).
These include benzodiazepines, opiates, centrally acting muscle relaxants, spasmolytics, antidepressants, antiepileptics, antipsychotics, and medications for movement disorders.
(16) One heavily debated method of combating patient discomfort is using intravenous spasmolytics that help prevent colon spasm and collapse.
In conclusion: both the extract and the compound (AUC-P and AUC-V, respectively) are not (or only hardly) effective as spasmolytics (no precontractions induced).
The massive infusion therapy with introduction of antibiotics, anticoagulants, spasmolytics and remedies improving rheology and microcirculation was performed.