diphemanil

diphemanil

 [di-fe´mah-nil]
an anticholinergic and antimuscarinic with effects similar to those of atropine; used in the form of the methylsulfate salt to inhibit gastric mobility and secretion, relieve pylorospasm, control sweating, and relieve pruritus. Toxic symptoms are rare and include dry mouth, mydriasis, and fever. The drug is contraindicated in patients with glaucoma.

diphemanil

an anticholinergic drug used as the methyl sulfate to inhibit gastric motility and secretion, relieve pylorospasm, control sweating and relieve pruritus.
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Treatment of Frey's syndrome with topical 2% diphemanil methylsulfate (Prantal): A double-blind evaluation of 15 patients.