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Generic Imodium is a high-quality medication which is taken in treatment of diarrhea, including Traveler's Diarrhea. Generic Imodium acts by slowing the activity of the intestines and affecting the movement of water and chemicals through the bowel.

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Also known as:  Loperamide.


Generic Imodium is a perfect drug in struggle against diarrhea, including traveler's diarrhea.

Generic Imodium acts by slowing the activity of the intestines and affecting the movement of water and chemicals through the bowel.

Imodium is also known as Loperamide, Roko.

Generic name of Generic Imodium is Loperamide Hydrochloride.

Brand names of Generic Imodium are Imodium, Imodium A-D, Imotil, Kaopectate Caplet, Maalox Anti-Diarrheal.


Generic Imodium is available in tablets and liquid forms.

Shake the liquid form of Generic Imodium before using.

Take Generic Imodium once or twice a day with water.

Do not crush or chew it.

Take Generic Imodium tablets and liquid form orally.

If you want to achieve most effective results do not stop taking Generic Imodium suddenly.


If you overdose Generic Imodium and you don't feel good you should visit your doctor or health care provider immediately. Symptoms of Generic Imodium overdosage: urinating less than usual, severe stomach cramps, bloating, lightheadedness, feeling drowsy, vomiting.


Store at room temperature between 15 and 25 degrees C (59 and 77 degrees F) away from moisture and heat. Keep container tightly closed. Throw away any unused medicine after the expiration date. Keep out of the reach of children.

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Do not take Generic Imodium if you are allergic to Generic Imodium components.

Be careful with Generic Imodium if you're pregnant or you plan to have a baby, or you are a nursing mother. Generic Imodium can harm your baby.

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Peripheral opioid receptor targeting has been well established as a novel target in clinical pain management for acute and chronic peripheral inflammatory pain. The physiochemical properties of the peripheral mu-opioid receptor agonist, loperamide HCl, limit the use of the free drug as an analgesic or anti-inflammatory agent, particularly for dermal delivery across intact skin.

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We hypothesised that the depletion of propylene glycol from topical formulations applied at clinically relevant doses (approximately mg/cm2) would limit its penetration enhancement effect. The in vitro percutaneous permeation of a model drug-loperamide hydrochloride-in formulations containing propylene glycol was therefore investigated under finite dose conditions. The flux of loperamide and propylene glycol across dermatomed human skin was measured. The first study examined the effect of topical loading of a gel containing 12% propylene glycol. The second study investigated the effect of propylene glycol content in creams containing 15 and 40%. Both studies showed a correlation between the amount of propylene glycol dosed on the skin and the amount of drug that had permeated. The substantial permeation of propylene glycol and relatively small permeation of loperamide, strongly suggests, that the time dependent permeation of the drug was due to the depletion of propylene glycol at the skin surface and not to the depletion of the drug itself. As often doses applied in in vitro skin permeation experiments do not match the intended clinical dosage-they are usually much greater-this study suggests that the penetration enhancement effect of propylene glycol can be overestimated in in vitro studies.

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The freeze dried extracts of B. biternata had significant antidiarrheal effects in the castor oil induced diarrhea model (p<0.01) with the highest activity being observed at the 400mg/kg dosage level (1.66±0.81g vs. 4.54±0.51g control, p=0.01). B. biternata extract had significant effects on intestinal motility in the charcoal meal test compared to the control group (43.61±4.42% vs. 60.54±3.33%: p<0.05). B. biternata extract had a significant effect on PGE2 induced enteropooling (3.06±0.07ml vs. 4.74±0.10ml; p<0.001). The freeze dried extracts of B. biternata had a significant negative effect on the contractility of the isolated rabbit jejunum (p<0.001). The effects of the extract were significantly attenuated by tamsulosin (53.94±4.20% vs. 80.57±4.09%; p<0.01) and naloxone (53.94±4.20% vs. 73.89±7.26%; p<0.05). Yohimbine (p>0.05) and propranolol (p>0.05) however did not have any significant effect on the contractile activity of the extract.

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Diarrhea is a prominent feature of fluorouracil (5FU) gastrointestinal toxicity, especially when 5FU is combined with leucovorin (LV) or interferon (IFN). No treatment for this condition has been well defined, although drugs, such as diphenoxylate or loperamide, generally are used. The efficacy of octreotide in the treatment of 5FU-induced diarrhea recently has been reported. We performed a randomized trial that compared octreotide with loperamide, the drug most commonly used for therapy for this disorder.

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The in vivo pharmacodynamics of the opioid neuropeptide beta-endorphin (a major endogenous agonist at the mu-opioid receptor) is difficult to determine in non-human primate models with translational value, or in humans. The present studies therefore employed a neuroendocrine biomarker assay, prolactin release, to systematically compare the in vivo profile of i.v. beta-endorphin (0.01-0.32 mg/kg; i.v.) in gonadally intact male rhesus monkeys (n=4) to that of the peripherally selective mu-agonist loperamide (0.01-0.32 mg/kg; i.v.) and the centrally penetrating mu-agonist fentanyl (0.0056-0.018 mg/kg; i.v.). Studies utilized a standardized time course design (measuring prolactin levels 5-120 min after agonist administration). Beta-endorphin displayed only limited effectiveness in causing prolactin release when tested over this 30-fold dose range, compared to loperamide or fentanyl. Furthermore, two of the four subjects were only minimally responsive to beta-endorphin. This differential responsiveness was not due to the presence of a previously described single nucleotide polymorphism at the OPRM1 gene (C77G), known to affect beta-endorphin pharmacodynamics in vitro. In vivo biotransformation studies with MALDI-mass spectrometry determined that full-length beta-endorphin was detectable in all subjects up to at least 5 min after i.v. administration. Thus, the relative ineffectiveness of i.v. beta-endorphin in this assay does not appear to be principally due to rapid generation of non-opioid fragments of this neuropeptide.

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RCTs comparing racecadotril with placebo or other interventions.

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The effect of loperamide on tachykinin NK(2)- and NK(3)-receptor-mediated 5-HT outflow from guinea pig colonic mucosa was investigated in vitro. The selective tachykinin NK(2)-receptor agonist [beta-Ala(8)]-neurokinin A(4-10) (betaAla-NKA) or the selective NK(3)-receptor agonist senktide elicited an increase in 5-HT outflow from whole colonic strips, but not from mucosa-free muscle layer preparations. The enhancing effect of betaAla-NKA and senktide was prevented by the selective NK(2)-receptor antagonist GR94800 or the selective NK(3)-receptor antagonist SB222200. Loperamide concentration-dependently suppressed the senktide-evoked 5-HT outflow, but failed to affect the betaAla-NKA-evoked 5-HT outflow. The kappa-opioid receptor antagonist nor-binaltorphimine or the delta-opioid receptor antagonist naltrindole displaced the concentration-response curve for the suppressant action of loperamide to the right without significant depression of the maximum. However, the mu-opioid receptor antagonist CTOP did not affect the suppressant effect of loperamide. We concluded that the NK(3) receptor-triggered 5-HT release from colonic mucosa is suppressed by loperamide-sensitive mechanisms, whereas the NK(2)-receptor-triggered 5-HT release is loperamide-insensitive. Our data also suggest that the suppressant effect of loperamide is probably mediated by the activation of kappa- and delta-opioid receptors located on intrinsic neurons.

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This article describes drug loading validation of nanoparticles. Ultracentrifugation was avoided because of problems arising from small-sized particles. Ultrafiltration was adopted in two different modes followed by monitoring of polyvinyl alcohol (PVA), dextran sulfate (DS), and loperamide HCl contents. Diafiltration centrifugation removed all PVA at the fourth cycle and provided significantly (p = .000, .017) higher drug loading values compared with tangential flow filtration (TFF). This was due to residual PVA associated with the nanoparticles. TFF enabled satisfactory dry weight recovery (101.66 +/- 4.45%, n = 3) of nanoparticles during extended purification. Indirect drug loading (from the purification curve) was not significantly different (p = .450, .487) to the direct drug loading values. Encapsulation parameters were obtained from the purification curve once quantitative estimation of the all formulation components was established.

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The dose-limiting toxicity of irinotecan (CPT-11; Camptosar) is delayed-onset diarrhea, with an incidence at the grade 3 to 4 level of 20% to 35%. SN38, its active moiety, is responsible by a direct effect on mucosal topoisomerase-I. The aim of this study was to assess whether activated charcoal (AC), possibly by adsorbing free lumenal SN38, can reduce irinotecan-induced diarrhea (CID) and optimize its dose-intensity.

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To present evidence-based recommendations on traveling abroad safely so family physicians can advise travelers on how to reduce risk of accidents, diarrhea, and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) and how to treat diarrhea themselves if medical care is unavailable.

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Antimicrobial and antimotility agents are not recommended for the treatment of Shiga toxin-producing Escherichia coli O157 infection. In our study, many persons with Shiga toxin-producing E. coli O157 infection took antimicrobial (62%) and antimotility agents (32%); 43 (29%) of 146 reported commencing antimicrobial treatment after laboratory confirmation. Efforts are needed to promote practice guidelines.

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In contrast with the Parkinson's-like effects associated with the mitochondrial neurotoxin N-methyl-4-phenyl-1,2,3,6-tetrahydropyridine (MPTP) and the neuroleptic agent haloperidol, there exist no reports on adverse central nervous system (CNS) effects with the structurally related N-substituted-4-arylpiperidin-4-ol derivative and antidiarrheal agent loperamide. Although this difference can be attributed to loperamide's P-glycoprotein substrate properties that prevent it from accessing the brain, an alternative possibility is that loperamide metabolism in humans is different from that of MPTP and haloperidol and does not involve bioactivation to a neurotoxic pyridinium species. In the current study, loperamide bioactivation was examined with particular focus on identification of pyridinium metabolites. A NADPH-dependent disappearance of loperamide was observed in both rat and human liver microsomes (human t(1/2) = 13 min; rat t(1/2) = 22 min). Loperamide metabolism was similar in human and rat and involved N-dealkylation to N-desmethylloperamide (M3) as the principal metabolic fate. Other routes of loperamide biotransformation included N- and C-hydroxylation to the loperamide-N-oxide (M4) and carbinolamide (M2) metabolites, respectively. Furthermore, the formation of an additional metabolite (M5) was also discernible in human and rat liver microsomes. The structure of M5 was assigned to the pyridinium species (LPP(+)) based on comparison of the liquid chromatography/tandem mass spectrometry characteristics to the pyridinium obtained from loperamide via a chemical reaction. Loperamide metabolism in human microsomes was sensitive to ketoconazole and bupropion treatment, suggesting P4503A4 and -2B6 involvement. Recombinant P4503A4 catalyzed all of the loperamide biotransformation pathways in human liver microsomes, whereas P4502B6 was only responsible for N-dealkylation and N-oxidation routes. The wide safety margin of loperamide (compared with MPTP and haloperidol) despite metabolism to a potentially neurotoxic pyridinium species likely stems from a combination of factors that include a therapeutic regimen normally restricted to a few days and the fact that loperamide and perhaps LPP(+) are P-glycoprotein substrates and are denied entry into the CNS. The differences in safety profile of haloperidol and loperamide despite a common bioactivation event supports the notion that not all compounds undergoing bioactivation in vitro will necessarily elicit a toxicological response in vivo.

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A loperamide simethicone combination formulation has recently been demonstrated to have significant clinical advantages compared to loperamide alone in the relief of diarrhoea and related symptoms. The product visualisation technique of gamma scintigraphy has been used to investigate the interaction of the formulation with the heterogenous environment of the human gut in a group of 12 healthy volunteers. The results suggest that changes in the intestinal kinetics of loperamide from the combination product, e.g. jejunal coating, could be contributing to the improved efficacy.

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In the present study we observed that mice anesthetized with sodium pentobarbital were far more susceptible to gastrointestinal challenge with Listeria monocytogenes than were unanaesthetized mice. The effect of pentobarbital anesthesia was transient (gone within 2 h) and did not alter the severity of infection following i.v. challenge with L. monocytogenes. Treatment with pharmacological inhibitors of gastric acidity (i.e. cimetidine and omeprazole), or intestinal motility (loperamide), did not duplicate the effect of pentobarbital on gastrointestinal listeriosis. These findings suggest that sodium pentobarbital anesthesia causes a short-lived but striking diminution in resistance to gastrointestinal listeriosis in mice, via an undefined mechanism.

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In irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), disturbance of bowel motility is associated with infiltration of inflammatory mediators and cytokines into the intestine, such as neutrophils, myeloperoxidase (MPO), tumor necrosis factor alfa (TNF-α), and lipid peroxide.

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Trichosanthes dioica Roxb. (Cucurbitaceae), named 'pointed gourd' in English, is a dioecious climber grown in India. This study was aimed at evaluating the laxative activity of the aqueous extract of T. dioica root (TDA) in Swiss albino mice. The laxative activity of TDA (100 and 200 mg kg(-1) body weight per os) was evaluated by assessing the excretory bowel activities in naive (non-constipated) and in drug (loperamide)-induced constipation in mice. Further, the gastrointestinal transit was measured in both naive and in constipated mice. Castor oil (0.5 mL/mouse per os) was used as the reference. TDA significantly and dose-dependently increased all the excretory bowel activities and gastrointestinal transit in both naive and constipated mice. TDA at 200 mg kg(-1) body weight was found to be the most active, causing diarrhoea in mice. Thus, T. dioica root demonstrated stimulant laxative activity in Swiss mice, validating its traditional usage in India.

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The fitted steady-state Vmax values from the analysis correlated to within a factor of 2-3 with the values predicted from the elementary parameters. However, the fitted Km value could be generated by a wide range of underlying "molecular" Km values. This is because of the convolution of the drug passive permeability kinetics into the fitted Km. This implies that Km values measured in simpler systems, e.g., microsomes or proteoliposomes, even if accurate, would not predict the Km values for the confluent monolayer system or, by logical extension, in vivo. Reliable in vitro-in vivo extrapolation seems to require using the elementary rate constants rather than the Michaelis-Menten steady-state parameters.

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Radiation-induced diarrhea results from a variety of different pathophysiological mechanisms including malabsorption of bile salts and lactose, imbalances in local bacterial flora and changes in the intestinal patterns of motility. Up to date acute radiation diarrhea is predominantly treated symptomatically using opioide derivates (loperamide) or adsorbants of bile salts such as smectite. Clinical trials have been performed using L. acidophilus, smectite or sucralfate for diarrhea prophylaxis with moderate reduction of acute symptoms.

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Tariquidar did not significantly affect loperamide's central effects (median reduction in pupil diameter area under the curve, 6.9% [interquartile range, -1.4 to 12.1%]; P = 0.11) or plasma loperamide concentrations (P = 0.12) but profoundly inhibited P-glycoprotein in lymphocytes by 93.7% (95% confidence interval, 92.0-95.3%).

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To assess the consequences of multiple inhibitors and differential inhibition mechanisms on the prediction of 12 gemfibrozil drug-drug interactions (DDIs). In addition, qualitative zoning of transporter-related gemfibrozil and cyclosporine DDIs was investigated.

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Between 2002 and 2013, the number of yearly calls to the poison control system regarding loperamide cases ranged from 12-19 (mean 16.4, median 17.5 calls). In 2014, a sharp increase to 41 calls was noted. On completion of the study (November 10, 2015), 27 calls had been recorded. Medical outcomes of loperamide exposure for each patient were classified in accordance with the American Association of Poison Control Center's classification system as minor, moderate, or severe. For those patients with known outcomes, 3 resulted in death, 9 had major effects, 49 had moderate effects, and 36 had minor effects. We identified nine reports of patients who developed cardiotoxicity, with eight of them occurring between 2012 and 2015. A spike in the number of cases of loperamide toxicity reported in 2014 and 2015 coincided with an abundance of online instructions on how to abuse this drug. Almost all cases of recorded cardiotoxicity occurred over the last 3 years. Cardiotoxicity from loperamide abuse has only recently been recognized as a potential complication during the last few years, so earlier cases of cardiotoxicity resulting from loperamide abuse were likely missed.

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Loperamide, an antidiarrhea drug, is a peripheral opiate agonist. Some other opiate agonists have been shown to promote cell apoptosis. In this research, we studied the apoptosis-inducing and cytotoxic activities of loperamide. MTT assay was used to determine its cytotoxicity on nine established human tumor cell lines. Cell apoptosis was detected by flow cytometry. Hypodiploid cells and cell cycles were analyzed by propidium iodide (PI) staining, while early apoptotic cells were detected by annexin V-FITC/PI staining. It was found that loperamide could inhibit the proliferation of the tested tumor cell lines. The IC₅₀ values for SMMC7721, MCF7, SPC-A1, SKOV3-DDP, H460, HepG2, SGC7901, U2OS, and ACHN cells were 24.2±2.1 μM, 23.6±2.5 μM, 25.9±3.1 μM, 27.1±2.5 μM, 41.4±2.1 μM, 23.7±1.3 μM, 35.4±3.5 μM, 11.8±2.8 μM, and 28.5±3.4 μM, respectively. Loperamide was more effective to the human osteosarcoma U2OS cells with an IC₅₀ value of 11.8±2.8 μM. Meanwhile, it could induce cell apoptosis and cause G2/M-phase cell cycle arrest. The apoptotic cells could be found when treating with loperamide for 6h and most of them belonged to early apoptosis. In loperamide-treated cells, activation of caspase-3 was found, namely that caspase-3 was involved in the loperamide-induced apoptosis. The results of these studies indicate that loperamide is a potential antitumor agent. To our knowledge, this is the first report on antitumor activity of loperamide.

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retrospective study in patients 18 years old or less, with intestinal failure and Total Parenteral Nutrition (TPN) required. Simple frequencies and percentages were used for qualitative variables, and central tendency and dispersion measures were used for quantitative variables.

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One hundred ninety CPT-11 courses were administered as a 30-minute intravenous (IV) infusion every 3 weeks (100 to 750 mg/m2). Grade 3 to 4 nonhematologic toxicities included diarrhea (16%; three hospitalizations), nausea and vomiting (9%), asthenia (14%), alopecia (53%), elevation of hepatic transaminases (8%), and one case of skin toxicity. An acute cholinergic syndrome was observed during CPT-11 administration. Diarrhea appeared dose-limiting at 350 mg/m2, but this was circumvented by using a high-dose loperamide protocol that allowed dose escalation. Dose-dependent, reversible, noncumulative granulocytopenia was the dose-limiting toxicity (nadir, days 6 to 9; median recovery time, 5 days). Grade 3 to 4 anemia was observed in 9% of patients. One patient died during the study, 8 days after CPT-11 treatment. Two complete responses (cervix, 450 mg/m2; head and neck, 750 mg/m2) and six partial responses in fluorouracil (5-FU)-refractory colon cancer were observed (260 to 600 mg/m2). Pharmacokinetics of CPT-11 and active metabolite SN-38 were performed in 60 patients (94 courses). CPT-11 plasma disposition was bi- or triphasic, with a mean terminal half-life of 14.2 +/- 0.9 hours (mean +/- SEM). The mean volume of distribution (Vdss) was 157 +/- 8 L/m2, and total-body clearance was 15 +/- 1 L/m2/h. The CPT-11 area under the plasma concentration versus time curves (AUC) and SN-38 AUC increased linearly with dose. SN-38 plasma decay had an apparent half-life of 13.8 +/- 1.4 hours. Both CPT-11 and SN-38 AUCs correlated with nadir leukopenia and granulocytopenia, with grade 2 diarrhea, and with nausea and vomiting.

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Patients with chronic severe diarrhoea after truncal vagotomy and pyloroplasty are often difficult to treat using conventional antidiarrhoeal drugs and remain severely disabled. We examined the effect of two drugs, codeine phosphate and loperamide, on upper intestinal transit and carbohydrate absorption, measured non-invasively by serial exhaled breath hydrogen monitoring, in patients with postvagotomy diarrhoea who had previously failed to gain relief from drug therapy. Orocaecal transit was consistently faster in these patients than a group of controls and was associated with malabsorption of glucose. Codeine phosphate 60 mg significantly delayed transit in patients and controls and was associated with a reduction in glucose malabsorption and improvement in symptoms. Loperamide also delayed transit and improved symptoms, but the doses required for this effect (12-24 mg) were higher than usually considered necessary in secretory diarrhoea. These studies indicate that rapid intestinal nutrient transit and associated malabsorption is a factor in the development of diarrhoea postvagotomy and that symptomatic relief can be achieved in most patients by more rational use of existing drugs.

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Cytochrome P450 3A4 (CYP3A4) is the major enzyme responsible for phase I drug metabolism of many anticancer agents. It is also a major route for metabolism of many drugs used by patients to treat the symptoms caused by cancer and its treatment as well as their other illnesses, for example, cardiovascular disease. To assess the ability to inhibit CYP3A4 of drugs most commonly used by our patients during cancer therapy, we have made in silico predictions based on the crystal structures of CYP3A4. From this set of 33 common comedicated drugs buy imodium , 10 were predicted to be inhibitors of CYP3A4, with the antidiarrheal drug loperamide predicted to be the most potent. There was significant correlation (r(2) = 0.75-0.66) between predicted affinity and our measured IC(50) values, and loperamide was confirmed as a potent inhibitor (IC(50) of 0.050 +/- 0.006 microM). Active site docking studies predicted an orientation of loperamide consistent with formation of the major (N-demethylated) metabolite, where it interacts with the phenylalanine cluster and Arg-212 and Glu-374; experimental evidence for the latter interaction comes from the approximately 12-fold increase in K(M) for loperamide observed for the Glu-374-Gln mutant. The commonly prescribed drugs loperamide, amitriptyline, diltiazem, domperidone, lansoprazole, omeprazole, and simvastatin were identified by our in silico and in vitro screens as relatively potent inhibitors of CYP3A4 that have the potential to interact with cytotoxic agents to cause adverse effects, highlighting the likelihood of drug-drug interactions affecting chemotherapy treatment.

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Oncology nurses should strive to match treatment with the severity of symptoms of CTID. Whatever therapy is chosen, the goal buy imodium must be to quickly control this debilitating and potentially life-threatening side effect so that primary chemotherapy and/or radiation therapy may be resumed and completed.

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The antidiarrheal activity of RRE oral doses (50, 100, 200 and 300mg/kg) was evaluated using the castor oil-induced diarrhea, the buy imodium intestinal fluid emptying method and the normal intestinal transit test. The antibacterial activity was tested against four pathogenic bacteria using two methods. The RRE was also phytochemical studied.

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Effects of opiates on intestinal motor activity and transport of water and electrolytes have been studied separately in previous investigations. The aim of these experiments was to evaluate simultaneously the effects of a synthetic opiate, loperamide, on motor activity and transport in the human intestine. Jejunal, ileal, and colonic perfusions were performed in 9 healthy volunteers. After application of loperamide (12 mg), cyclically recurring migrating motor complexes in the small intestine occurred at a significantly higher frequency than after application of placebo. This was primarily due to a decrease in the duration of irregular motor activity (phase II). Loperamide increased the transit time in the jejunum but not in the ileum or in the colon. Transport rates of water and electrolytes and transmural electrical potential differences were not significantly buy imodium affected by the drug. These results suggest that opiates exert their constipating effect by inhibiting phase II-related irregular motor activity.

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To assess the effects of drug therapy for buy imodium the treatment of faecal incontinence. In particular, to assess the effects of individual drugs relative to placebo or other drugs, and to compare drug therapy with other treatment modalities.

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In the treatment of IBS best results could be obtained by implementing a comprehensive program for the patients. This might include a through examination, an explanation of the condition to the patients, psychologic managements, and correction of buy imodium any bad habits, as well as drug therapy. The aim of drug therapy of IBS is the relief of the symptoms: such as abdominal pain, disturbed bowel function, anxiety or depression. As there is no drug which is effective in relieving the entire range of symptoms, drug should be chosen according to specific symptoms. Tranquilizers and antispasmodics may be the most commonly used drugs, however their efficacy is limited. To postprandial pain antispasmodics or trimebutine are most effective when prescribed before meal. Antidepressant are beneficial for the depressive state. Bulking agents are preferable mainly in relieving constipation, and loperamide is effective in treating diarrhea.

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Polymeric nanoparticles (Np) have been considered as strategic carriers for brain targeting. Specific ligands on the surface allowed the Np to cross the Blood-Brain Barrier (BBB) carrying model drugs within the brain district after their i.v. administration in experimental animals. It is known that sialic acid receptors are present in several organs, including in the brain parenchyma. Thus, in this paper, we prepared PLGA Np surface modified with a BBB-penetrating peptide (similopioid peptide) for BBB crossing and with a sialic acid residue (SA) for the interaction with brain receptors. This double coverage could allow to obtain novel targeted Np with a prolonged residence within the brain parenchyma, thus letting to reach a long-lasting brain delivery of drugs. The central analgesic activity of Loperamide (opioid drug, unable to cross the BBB) loaded in these novel Np was evaluated in order to point out the capability of the Np to reach and to remain in the brain. The results showed that the pharmacological effect induced by loaded Np administration remained significant over 24h. Using confocal and fluorescent microscopies, the novel Np were localized within the tissue parenchyma (brain, kidney, liver, spleen and lung). Finally, the biodistribution buy imodium studies showed a localization of the 6% of the injected dose into the CNS over a prolonged time (24h). Notwithstanding an increased accumulation of SA-covered Np in those organs showing SA-receptors (liver, kidney, and lung), the pharmacological and biodistribution results are proofs of the ability of double targeted Np to enter the brain allowing the drug to be released over a prolonged time.

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The aim of this study was to enhance the loading of dalargin (enkephalin derivatives) a hydrophilic drug and loperamide HCl (non-opiate antidiarrheal agent) a lipophilic drug candidates within PEGylated nanoparticles. A novel buy imodium nanoencapsulation method based on the concept of s/o/w and ion pairing followed by solvent diffusion was adopted. The copolymers with three different mPEG densities (5%, 12% and 17%) were employed separately in combination with two different grades of dextran sulphate (DS) 5000 and 500,000 MW in the preparations. Nanoparticles prepared from copolymers with increasing mPEG densities, showed an insignificant (p>0.05) increasing trend of drug loading, this was however significantly increased when DS5000 was included in the preparations. The particle size remains unchanged after dalargin loading, with no significant (p>0.05) alteration in the neutral zeta potential compared to that of the preparations without DS5000. Considering that a dalargin ion pair could also have a neutral charge, it was not advisable to conclude its incorporation, as the size remain unchanged, which would otherwise increase if an ion pair was incorporated within the core of nanoparticles. Therefore, it was expected that a dalargin ion pair might be located outside the core as a separate particulate entity or reside in the hydrophilic shell of the nanoparticles. A loperamide HCl ion pair showed significant (p<0.05) increase in size when incorporated; at the same time it provided a neutral zeta potential despite adding negatively charged DS5000 in the preparation, hence it seemed encapsulated. Inclusion of DS500,000 in the preparation further increased the drug loading of dalargin and loperamide HCl. However, a significant (p<0.05) negative zeta potential was noted in both cases which suggested that excess charge was still available on the surface of nanoparticles which could trap further amounts of drug on the surface rather than inside the core of nanoparticles. During in vitro evaluation of drug loaded nanoparticles, dalargin released as quickly as free drug, when loperamide HCl showed almost burst free sustained release profile with respect to the release of their free drug solutions, suggested that ion pairing approach was more pronounced for loperamide HCl formulation.

imodium white pill 2015-07-12

A review of PubMed for articles published through December 2009 using the keywords: 'irritable bowel syndrome', 'therapeutics', 'antidiarrhoeals', 'laxatives', 'loperamide', 'dietary fibre', 'psyllium', 'calcium polycarbophil', 'bulking agents', 'lubiprostone', 'antidepressant agents, tricyclics' and its representative entities, 'serotonin reuptake inhibitors' and its representative entities, 'dicyclomine', hyoscyamine', 'peppermint oil', 'parasympatholytics' and its representative entities, 'rifaximin', 'pregabalin', 'gabapentin', 'clonidine', 'octreotide', 'atropine' and 'probiotics' is provided. Placebo-controlled trials were evaluated for the strength of evidence supporting the buy imodium efficacy of each medication for explicit IBS symptoms. The efficacy of each medication for the symptoms of abdominal pain, bloating, stool form, mucus, urgency, feeling of incomplete evacuation, flatulence, frequency, or borborgymi and overall symptoms are reported by IBS subtype.

imodium medication 2016-07-09

The potential of poly(lactic-co-glycolic acid) (PLGA) nanoparticles buy imodium (NPs) surface modified with octa-arginine (R8) for central nervous system (CNS) delivery was investigated.

imodium dosage liquid 2016-07-15

Ethanolic extract of MEC leaves exhibited significant antidiarrheal activity by buy imodium decreasing intestinal fluid accumulation and the gastrointestinal motility in Wistar rats.

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Swiss albino mice of either sex were divided into five groups (five/group): Group I buy imodium served as control and received vehicle (1% Tween 80) at a dose of 10 ml/kg orally; Group II served as standard and received loperamide at the dose of 3 mg/kg orally; Groups III, IV and V served as test groups and received the 80% MeOH leaf extract of C. aurea at doses of 100, 200 and 400 mg/kg orally, respectively. Diarrhoea was induced by oral administration of 0.5 ml castor oil to each mouse, 1 h after the above treatments. During an observation period of 4 h, time of onset of diarrhea, total number of faecal output (frequency of defecation) and weight of faeces excreted by the animals were recorded. Data were analyzed using one way analysis of variance followed by Tukey post test. Antimicrobial activity test was conducted using agar well diffusion assay. Clinical isolates tested were Salmonella typhi, Salmonella paratyphi, Salmonella typhimurium, Shigella species, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Staphylococcus aureus and Escherichia coli.

imodium 5 mg 2016-10-05

Microscopic colitis is characterized by chronic or intermittent watery Zithromax 1 Dose diarrhoea. Microscopic colitis is a common cause of chronic diarrhoea in predominantly older adults. The underlying mechanism in the pathogenesis of microscopic colitis remains unspecified. Microscopic colitis including colitis collagenous, lymphocytic, microscopic colitis with incomplete findings, minimal change colitis, eosinophilic colitis, Brainerd´s diarrhoea, graft-versus-host disease, mastocytic enterocolitis and postinfectious irritable bowel syndrome. Careful consideration of the clinical features and colonic mucosal biopsies usually lead to correct diagnosis. Treatments of microscopic colitis were based primarily on case reports and personal experience. Many medications have been proposed that either offer symptomatic relief (loperamide, cholestyramine) or had anti-inflammatory or immunosuppressive properties (aminosalicylates, steroids, adalimumab, azathioprine).

imodium mg 2016-09-15

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imodium drug abuse 2016-05-20

The present study was Claritin 90 Tablets designed to evaluate the effect of LGP on Cl(-) secretion across rat distal colonic epithelium mounted in Ussing chambers, and on a rat constipation model induced by loperamide, respectively.

imodium tablets dosage 2015-09-05

The pathogenesis of pain in chronic pancreatitis is poorly understood, and its treatment can be a major clinical challenge. Surgical and other invasive methods have variable outcomes that can be unsatisfactory. Therefore, there is a great need for further discovery of the pathogenesis of pancreatitis pain and new therapeutic targets. Human and animal studies indicate a critical role for oxidative stress and activation of transient receptor potential (TRP) cation channel subfamily members TRPV1 and TRPA1 on pancreatic nociceptors in sensitization mechanisms that result in pain. However, the in vivo role of transient receptor potential cation channel subfamily V member 4 (TRPV4) in chronic pancreatitis needs further evaluation. The present study characterized a rat alcohol/high fat diet (AHF)-induced chronic pancreatitis model with hypersensitivity, fibrotic Depakote 50 Mg pathology, and fat vacuolization consistent with the clinical syndrome. The rats with AHF-induced pancreatitis develop referred visceral pain-like behaviors, i.e. decreased hindpaw mechanical thresholds and shortened abdominal and hindpaw withdrawal latency to heat. In this study, oxidative stress was characterized as well as the role of TRPV4 in chronic visceral hypersensitivity. Lipid peroxidase and oxidative stress were indicated by increased plasma thiobarbituric acid reactive substances (TBARS) and diminished pancreatic manganese superoxide dismutase (MnSOD). The secondary sensitization associated with AHF-induced pancreatitis was effectively alleviated by the TRPV4 antagonist, HC 067047. Similarity of the results to those with the peripherally restricted μ-opiate receptor agonist, loperamide, suggested TRPV4 channel activated peripheral sensitization. This study using a reliable model that provides pre-clinical correlates of human chronic pancreatitis provides further evidence that TRPV4 channel is a potential therapeutic target for treatment of pancreatitis pain.

imodium loperamide dosage 2016-11-03

Acute infectious diarrhea is a major Zocor Generic Cost global health problem. Issues for the developed and developing regions of the world differ. Awareness of disease pathophysiology and epidemiology are essential, however, for clinical evaluation and management. The immense human and economic burden imposed by acute diarrhea illness can be addressed only by thoughtful strategies aimed at prevention as well as cost-efficient evaluation and treatment.

imodium 125 mg 2016-10-15

When antibiotic therapy is warranted in uncomplicated travellers' diarrhoea, rifaximin may be considered as a first Vasotec Drug Class -line treatment option because of its favourable efficacy, tolerability and safety profiles.

imodium drug class 2016-12-05

This cost-effective diet may be used for nutritional Celexa Maximum Dosage support with good results in patients in India and other developing countries.

imodium 2mg capsules 2017-11-23

The influence of pharmacologically prolonged oral caecal transit time on lactose handling is examined in the wake of finding improved lactose handling Hyzaar Overdose during naturally occurring prolonged oral-caecal transit time.

imodium liquid dosage 2016-03-22

This study aimed to see whether 4 mg of loperamide taken after colonoscopy preparation would delay the passage of bile and improve the quality of cecal preparation.

imodium prescription dosage 2017-09-24

Stool form scales are a simple method of assessing intestinal transit rate but are not widely used in clinical practice or research, possibly because of the lack of evidence that they are responsive to changes in transit time. We set out to assess the responsiveness of the Bristol stool form scale to change in transit time.

imodium tablets 2017-10-23

Vaginal suppositories containing 20 mg prostaglanding E2, administered at 2-5h intervals, are very effective in interrupting second-trimester pregnancy and in inducing labor in case of death in utero. However, side effects are common and make the treatment unpleasant to most patients. Premedication with an maintenance of a potent anti-emetic (e.g. haloperidol) and an anti-diarrheic (e.g. loperamide) considerably reduce the frequency and severity of these side effects.

imodium max dosage 2017-03-19

Patients undergoing office colonoscopy were included. Patients with incomplete colonoscopies or right colectomy were excluded.

imodium dosage pediatrics 2015-05-19

A rapid, isocratic liquid chromatographic (LC) method was developed for the determination of loperamide (Lop) in solutions of bovine serum albumin (BSA) and rat plasma. Prior to LC analysis, BSA solutions or rat plasma samples were treated with metaphosphoric acid to precipitate protein. Supernatant was directly injected onto a C18 reverse phase column and loperamide was monitored by a UV detector set at 195 nm. The concentrations of Lop in both rat plasma and BSA solution samples were determined by comparison with their calibration curves, which were generated from the peak area ratio of Lop to internal standard, clomipramine versus loperamide concentration. The calibration curves were linear in the range 0-3.0 microg ml(-1) of Lop for the BSA solution sample and 0-1.0 microg ml(-1)for the rat plasma sample. Overall recoveries of loperamide added to BSA and rat plasma samples were 101.4 and 95.5%, respectively. The method is simple (no extraction), rapid (22 min separation time), sensitive (the detection limit of loperamide is 50 ng ml(-1) for the BSA solution sample and 100 ng ml(-1) for the rat plasma sample), reproducible (within-day R.S.D. of 2.59-7.11%, among-day R.S.D. of 1.25-5.97%), and suitable for routine analysis of loperamide in rat plasma and BSA solution samples.

imodium reviews 2016-05-30

The in vivo studies were conducted in mice and rats while isolated gut and tracheal preparations of rat, guinea-pig and rabbit were suspended in respective tissue baths to measure the isotonic and isometric responses, using Power Lab electronic recorder.

imodium overdose treatment 2016-04-17

In this uncontrolled open-label study, octreotide appeared safe and effective in CD refractory diarrhea, in addition to CD treatments. It significantly improved the number of liquid or smooth stools, the HBI and the IBDQ.