PAPAVERINE IN THE PROPHYLAXIS OF MIGRAINE AND OTHER VASCULAR HEADACHE IN CHILDREN

@article{Sillanp1978PAPAVERINEIT,
  title={PAPAVERINE IN THE PROPHYLAXIS OF MIGRAINE AND OTHER VASCULAR HEADACHE IN CHILDREN},
  author={Matti Sillanp{\"a}{\"a} and Marjaana Koponen},
  journal={Acta P{\ae}diatrica},
  year={1978},
  volume={67}
}
ABSTRACT. A Daily dose of papaverine (5–10 mg per kg body weight) was administered on a double‐blind basis for two months to 42 successive child patients suffering from migraine or other vascular headache attacks not less than twice a month. Thirty‐seven patients received the drug for the whole period of two months and 31 of these could be followed for a period of one to 10 months (mean 4.5 months) after the cessation of the treatment. Nineteen received papaverine and 18 placebo. Six out of 19… Expand
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