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Urological use of Besacolin

By 治 山本 and 実一 谷村

Abstract

BESACOLIN,a new parasympathomimetic agent, was clini c ally used in urological field. 1) Postoperative abdominal distention after spinal anesthesia was not seen in 75% of the patients to whom it was administered. They showed early discharge of intestinal gas. 2) In 10 cases of postoperative urinary retention, 6 of them showed facilitated micturition. 3) Of 5 cases with vesical dysfunction, one became free from residual urine and four diminished in its amount. 4) As to side effect, 7 patients, out of 27, showed slight stimulative signs of parasympathics, but it was subclinical and did not require any treatmen

Topics: Parasympathomimetics/therapy, Urination Disorders/therapy, 494.9
Publisher: 泌尿器科紀要刊行会
Year: 1962
OAI identifier: oai:repository.kulib.kyoto-u.ac.jp:2433/112320
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