antispastic


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antispastic

(ˌæntɪˈspæstɪk)
adj
preventing or reducing spasmscomprising or containing antispasts
n
a substance that prevents or reduces spasms
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4 SISTERS is the first randomized, controlled, open-label, multicentre study to evaluate the efficacy and safety of ITB Therapy versus CMM with oral antispastic medications for treatment of PSS after six months' active treatment.
The patient was discharged with continuous use of antispastic medicine.
GABAb receptor agonist baclofen, a nervous system depressant originally approved for use as a muscle relaxant and antispastic agent, represents a promising treatment for alcohol dependence.
The well-known cannabis and tetra hydrocannabinol (THC = 6,9--THC) possess antispastic action, hallucinogenic, antiemetic, anxiolytic and analgesic effects.
Delta-9-THC shows antispastic and analgesic effects in a single case double blind trial.
The study was limited to individuals with motor complete SCI (cervical 5 through thoracic 11) who experienced spasticity and were on antispastic medications for a specific time to ensure stability of the score.
Antispastic effect of low frequency rTMS applied with occupational therapy in poststroke patients with upper limb paresis.
They were asked to complete a 4 items questionnaire, referring to: duration of labor (hours, minutes), duration of delivery (minutes), pain killers administration (yes/ no) and antispastic medication (yes/ no).
Nurlu, Assessment of the short-term effect of antispastic positioning on spasticity, Pediatr Int 47(4) (2005), 440-45.