orphenadrine


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orphenadrine

 [or-fen´ah-drēn]
an anticholinergic agent used as the citrate salt as a skeletal muscle relaxant for relief of muscle spasms; administered orally, intramuscularly, or intravenously.

orphenadrine

A drug used to relieve muscle spasm, especially in Parkinson's disease. Brand names are Biorphen and Disipal.
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Pharmaceutical company Sagent Pharmaceuticals Inc (Nasdaq:SGNT) reported on Wednesday the receipt of approval from the US FDA of its Orphenadrine Citrate Injection, USP indicated for the relief of discomfort associated with acute painful musculoskeletal conditions.
Orphenadrine citrate, an anticholinergic agent with muscle relaxant properties, reduced the frequency of leg cramps by 30% in 90% of patients (N=59) enrolled in a double-blind crossover trial.
(12) In psychiatric patients treated with orphenadrine, increased levels of [T.sub.3] have been observed while treatment with lithium appears to affect [T.sub.4] but not [T.sub.3].
In the elderly, several single-dose studies using scopolamine, orphenadrine, trihexyphenidyl, or diphenhydramine have shown a decrease in DM, and two studies using trihexyphenidyl 4-8 mg/day for 4 days found similar results.
ORFRO one of several brand names of the drug Orphenadrine, a skeletal muscle relaxant
Standard tremor medications such as trihexylphenidyl, biperidone or orphenadrine can be tried, but are usually unhelpful.
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the assets needed to make and market generic desipramine HC1 tablets (a tricyclic antidepressant), orphenadrine citrate extendedrelease tablets (a muscle relaxant) and rifampin oral capsules (a drug used in the treatment of tuberculosis) in the United States.
For example, orphenadrine and diphenhydramine have very similar reagent reactions but can be differentiated by slight migration differences.