sodium picosulphate

sodium picosulphate

Sodium picosulfate, a stimulant laxative drug used to treat constipation. A brand name is Laxoberal.
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Changes in laxative medication use for constipation before abdominal massage (AM) and after abdominal massage (AM) at six-week intervention Number of prescriptions Macrogol 21 15 Latulose 3 1 Sodium picosulphate 1 1 Glycerin suppositories 4 1 Bisocodyl 1 0 Docusate sodium 1 0 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Comparative safety and efficacy of bisacodyl versus sodium picosulphate in the long-term treatment of chronic constipation (data on file) 7.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Medicines : GEL - "aluminium hydroxide+oxetacaine+ magnesium hydroxide" -200ml, TAB - lansoprazole - 15 mg, TAB - sodium picosulphate -10 mg, lactitol Monohydrate+benzoic acid - 200ml, sachet - l-ornithine-laspartate - 3 gm etc
sodium phosphate) or sodium picosulphate plus magnesium citrate in achieving an acceptable colon cleansing result: OR 0.
Comparison of bisacodyl and sodium picosulphate in the treatment of chronic constipation.
Clinical studies and extensive experience show that laxatives, such as bisacodyl and sodium picosulphate, are not addictive and can be trusted as safe and effective treatments.