propantheline


Also found in: Wikipedia.

propantheline

 [pro-pan´thĕ-lēn]
an anticholinergic and antimuscarinic used as the bromide salt for its antispasmodic effects, especially in the treatment of peptic ulcer.

propantheline

/pro·pan·the·line/ (pro-pan´thĕ-lēn) an anticholinergic, used as the bromide salt in the treatment of peptic ulcer and other gastrointestinal disorders.

propantheline

An antispasmodic drug used to relieve bowel spasm and to treat the IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME and urinary incontinence caused by an irritable bladder. A brand name is Pro-Banthine.

propantheline

a smooth muscle relaxant, used particularly in urethral spasm and irritable bowel syndrome.
References in periodicals archive ?
bromure de propantheline, propiverine et antidepresseurs).
You see I am on a tablet called Propantheline and this tablet has now been stopped as the company is not producing any more until November.
Oxybutynin versus propantheline in patients with multiple sclerosis and detrusor hyperreflexia.
Numerous anticholinergic medications, including glycopyrolate, scopolamine propantheline bromide, and pirenzepine, have been used in humans with varying results.
The agents--available under numerous trade names--include atropine, belladonna, dicyclomine, glycopyrrolate, L-hyoscyamine, mepenzo-late, methscopolamine, propantheline, and scopolamine.
Last year, New Zealand harness racing was shaken to its roots by the revelation that horses belonging to John Seaton, a multi-millionaire and the leading owner in the sport there, had tested positive for propantheline bromide, known locally as `Blue Magic'.
Patients with negative results for all of the examinations described above and with a clinical history indicative of IBS according to the Manning criteria (1) were considered to be suffering from IBS and began a therapeutic trial with amitriptyline or propantheline bromide plus bromazepam.
Oral anticholinergic agents, including scopolamine, oxybutynin, propantheline, and glycopyrrolate, have improved symptoms (3,12); however, concurrent illnesses and adverse reactions, including mouth dryness, constipation, potential worsening of gastroparesis, and confusion, limit the use of systemic therapies.
thiothixene, chorprothixene) Anticholinergics * Atropine * Propantheline * Benztropine * Dimenhydrinate * Diphenhydramine Luteinizing hormone-releasing hormones Hormone analogues Antiandrogens Antihypertensives * Diuretics (e.
Anticholinergic medications like atropine, propantheline, Ditropan, imipramine and other tricyclic antidepressants can therefore cause ED by blocking activation of this NO-release mechanism.
Drugs like propantheline (15 mg three times a day) can control this type of sweating, but they do tend to lead to a dry mouth and blurred vision.
The former included ranitidine hydrochloride, cimetidine, nizatidine (Axid), and famotidine (Pepcid); the latter comprised dicyclomine hydrochloride (Bentyl), propantheline bromide (ProBanthAne), Donnatal, and Librax.