Antivertigo Medications and Drug-Induced Vertigo

@article{Rascol2012AntivertigoMA,
  title={Antivertigo Medications and Drug-Induced Vertigo},
  author={Professor Olivier Rascol and T. C. Hain and Christine Brefel and Michel Benazet and Michel C Clanet and J. -L. Montastruc},
  journal={Drugs},
  year={2012},
  volume={50},
  pages={777-791}
}
The approach to drug treatment of vertigo is almost exclusively symptomatic. There are 3 major goals for drug treatment of vertigo. The first one is to eliminate the hallucination of motion. Drugs with vestibular ‘suppressant’ properties are used for this purpose. The major vestibular suppressants are anticholinergic and antihistamine drugs. The second goal is to reduce the accompanying neurovegetative and psychoaffective signs (nausea, vomiting, anxiety). Antidopaminergics are used for this… CONTINUE READING

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