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

/or·phen·a·drine/ (or-fen´ah-drēn) an analogue of diphenhydramine having anticholinergic, antihistaminic, and antispasmodic actions; its citrate salt is used as a skeletal muscle relaxant.

orphenadrine

A drug used to relieve muscle spasm, especially in Parkinson's disease. Brand names are Biorphen and Disipal.

orphenadrine

an anticholinergic agent and analgesic used as a skeletal muscle relaxant.
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Molecular formula of orphenadrine citrate is C18H23NO.
The Standards of Paracetamol, Caffeine and Orphenadrine Citrate were used of Analytical grade and obtained from Medipak Company Lahore.
Sagent said that the injectable Orphenadrine Citrate will include its PreventIV Measures packaging and labeling designed to help prevent medication errors.
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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.
AMEX:AKN) today announced that it has received an ANDA approval for Orphenadrine Citrate Injection USP.
9) 6 Aluminium phosphide 0 0 Amitraz 0 0 Corrosive 0 0 Ethylene glycol 1 1 Ferrous sulphate 1 1 Organophosphate 0 0 Orphenadrine 1 1 Paraquat 0 0 Ricinus communis seeds 0 0 Theophylline 2 2 Unknown pesticide 1 1 Total cases in study 662 503 159 Tygerberg PIC hospital-based cases Total cases Adults Children (column %) (row %) (row %) PSS = 3 (severe or life-threatening symptoms) 190 (7.
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.
Three runners ingested NSAIDs during the race, while patient 1 ingested an analgesic/muscle relaxant (Besemax; 450 mg paracetamol and 35 mg orphenadrine citrate) during and Voltaren (NSAID) prior to the race for a knee injury.
Mechanisms of orphenadrine induced antinconception in mice: a role for serotonergic pathways.