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Trimebutine maleate senile functional constipation

Time:2015/9/30 7:19:57

Currently, patients advocate elderly patients with functional constipation can be treated with medication mainly to regulate the diet and lifestyle, supplemented by the establishment of scientific methods of treatment. Elderly patients with functional constipation in addition to taking laxatives in the short term, but in general should be able to take drugs mainly to enhance gastrointestinal function, as it can take to promote gastrointestinal motility drug cisapride, domperidone (domperidone) and so on. In addition, the clinical use of new drugs in recent years Trimebutine maleate senile functional constipation also achieved good results.


Trimebutine maleate belong gastrointestinal motility rhythm regulator. Trimebutine maleate most prominent feature is a two-way adjustment function, namely: When the digestive tract hyperactivity patients taking Trimebutine maleate, Trimebutine maleate active ingredients can block the flow of calcium ions into the gastrointestinal smooth muscle, gastrointestinal tract smooth muscle becomes loose, which can play a role in inhibiting gastrointestinal motility. When the patient's digestive function weakened taking Trimebutine maleate, Trimebutine maleate active ingredients can promote the flow of calcium ions into smooth muscle of the gastrointestinal tract, the gastrointestinal tract smooth muscle becomes tight, which can serve to strengthen the stomach Intestinal Movement.


Elderly patients with functional constipation is the cause of many gastrointestinal movement is weak, and Trimebutine maleate just have enhanced gastrointestinal motility ability characteristics. Meanwhile, the Trimebutine maleate on gastrointestinal motility with two-way regulatory role, so elderly patients with functional constipation while taking the drug will not be excessive movement of the gastrointestinal tract and diarrhea. In addition, recently, some hospitals will Trimebutine maleate and cisapride and other drugs together using a senile functional constipation, also achieved good results.


Trimebutine maleate usage is: 3 times a day, 200 mg per serving, it can take half an hour before meals. Patients taking the drug occasionally dizziness, mild abdominal pain and other adverse reactions, but generally will not affect the normal treatment.