Effects of nizatidine and itopride hydrochloride on esophageal motor function

@article{Koshino2011EffectsON,
  title={Effects of nizatidine and itopride hydrochloride on esophageal motor function},
  author={Kenji Koshino and Kyoichi Adachi and Kenji Furuta and Masahito Aimi and Kousuke Fukazawa and Shino Shimura and Terumi Morita and Shuji Nakata and Shunji Ohara and Takashi Tanimura and Masaharu Miki and Yoshiyuki Kinoshita},
  journal={Esophagus},
  year={2011},
  volume={8},
  pages={253-257}
}
Background and AimNizatidine and itopride hydrochloride inhibit cholinesterase activity and increase acetylcholine in the cholinergic nervous systems. The effect of nizatidine and itopride hydrochloride on esophageal motor function has not been determined, although these drugs are reported to increase gastric motility. Esophageal peristalsis between the upper esophageal sphincter and lower esophageal sphincter (LES) has been shown to be composed of three segments (segments 1–3) using high… CONTINUE READING

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