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    International journal of…
    1978

The effect of intravenously administered proxyphylline and Baralgin on the contraction of the human gallbladder.

@article{Katevuo1978TheEO,
  title={The effect of intravenously administered proxyphylline and Baralgin on the contraction of the human gallbladder.},
  author={K. Katevuo and Jussi Kanto and Tuulia Kleimola},
  journal={International journal of clinical pharmacology and biopharmacy},
  year={1978},
  volume={16 12},
  pages={
          585-8
        }
}
In subsequent studies 300 mg of proxyphylline (Group 1) and 1 amp Baralgin (Group 2) were administered intravenously to 20 patients in order to study the relaxing effect of proxyphylline and Baralgin on the contracted gallbladder in connection with routine oral cholecystography. After the standard contraction meal (200 ml cream) the intravenously administered proxyphylline had no relaxing effect on the human gallbladder, whereas Baralgin caused a significant dilation. The dilation effect lasted… CONTINUE READING