skeletal muscle relaxants

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skeletal muscle relaxants

central nervous system-acting agents (e.g. baclofen, diazepam) used to reduce chronic muscle spasm/spasticity associated with multiple sclerosis
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The Pharmacor 2010 findings from the topic entitled Overactive Bladder reveal that the market is and will continue to be dominated by anticholinergics, but other classes such as beta3-adrenergic receptor agonists and neuromuscular-blocking agents will earn significant sales as they capitalize on the large segment of anticholinergic-refractory patients.