New regimen for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome with emphasis on Sulpride as the sole maintenance therapy

  title={New regimen for treatment of irritable bowel syndrome with emphasis on Sulpride as the sole maintenance therapy},
  author={Kamel El-Reshaid and Shaikha Al-Bader},
  journal={Journal of Drug Delivery and Therapeutics},
The efficiency and safety of Sulpirid (50 mg twice/daily) was assessed in 563 adult patients with 6 groups of patients with irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) who had failed dietary therapy.  The groups included; patients without previous treatment (n: 137), patients who had received a muscarinic antagonists (n: 65), an anticholinergic/benzodiazepine combination (n: 187), a tricyclic antidepressants (n: 62), a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) (n: 48) and an antiflatulent (n: 64… 
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