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terodiline

Micturin Therapeutics A spasmolytic used to treat GI and GU colic
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CBs are prepared by mechanically shaping the wet hydrolyzed cellulose fibre fragments into spherical particles through spheronization and then loaded with model drugs such as isosorbide dinitrate, terodiline, and N-actyl-L-cysteine for subsequent drug release studies [8, 9].
The rest of the drugs to trigger TdP were anti arrhythmic agents (n=6), psychotropic agents (n=4), anti-histamines (n=3) and terodiline (n=3) (Table 3).
Torsades de pointes ventricular tachycardia and terodiline. Lancet 1991; 338: 344-5.
The precedent for the intensive study of the cardiac effects of this drug class was terodiline, an antimuscarinic agent once used as a treatment for OAB.
Terodiline causes polymorphic ventricular tachycardia due to reduced heart rate and prolongation of QT interval.
(8) Nine noncardiac medications were affected, including terfenadine, astemizole, grepafloxicin, terodiline, droperidol, lidoflazine, sertindole, levomethadyl, and cisapride.
The majority of cases (88%) were taking one or more prescribed drugs but only 2% were taking drugs to manage incontinence, these being oxybutynin and terodiline. However, 40% of cases were taking diuretics, of whom two-thirds were using the powerful loop diuretics, frusemide and bumetanide.
On April 17, 1990, the WSJ carried news of two new drugs to help incontinent patients - terodiline, licensed by Forest Laboratories, and DDAVP, sold by Rorer Group.
Effects of Terodiline on urinary incontinence among older non-institutionalized women.
A trial of terodiline with bladder retraining was reported from this centre and failed to show any benefit over placebo [9].
A previous study, using a similar protocol to test the drug terodiline, failed to demonstrate such benefit.
It is our impression that UOB is also less responsive to emepromium bromide and terodiline than is PDI.