[Behavior of the pressure of the lower esophageal sphincter after intravenous administration of domperidone in normal subjects].

@article{Martino1985BehaviorOT,
  title={[Behavior of the pressure of the lower esophageal sphincter after intravenous administration of domperidone in normal subjects].},
  author={Natale di Martino and Marcello Ingrosso and Lun Fei and Vincenzo Maffettone and Vincenzo Landolfi and Alberto del Genio},
  journal={Minerva medica},
  year={1985},
  volume={76 30-31},
  pages={1411-7}
}
Manometric studies on the action of domperidone 10 mg and 20 mg i.v. on the lower esophageal sphincter pressure (LESP) have been carried on ten healthy volunteers. Domperidone inhibits dopamine receptors and results in an increase of LESP. A dose of 10 mg produces a significant increase in LESP which is rapid and prolonged for thirty minutes; a dose of 20… CONTINUE READING