Active Ingredient History

Piperidolate hydrochloride is an antimuscarinic, inhibits intestinal cramp induced by acetylcholine (rats and dogs. It’s usually used to kill the cramp-like pain of gastric/duodenal ulcer, gastritis, enteritis, gallstones, cholecystitis and biliary tract dyskinesia and to improve some symptoms in threatened miscarriage/premature delivery. Piperidolate blocked the contraction of ACh, Ba ++ and electrical stimulations on the isolated rat, mouse and guinea-pig ileum and trachea. In guinea-pig teania caeci, piperidolate like papaverine blocked specifically the tonic response, however, piperidolate in high doses completely blocked both spike and tonic responses. These results indicate that spasmolytic action of piperidolate like that of papaverine may depend upon inhibition of the release of store Ca++. Moreover piperidolate, given at high doses, may inhibit the contractile elements in the smooth muscle. In the rat uterus pretreated with sex hormones, piperidolate nonspecifically blocked the contraction of ACh, Ba ++ and oxytocin and sex hormones had no influence on the spasmolytic action of piperidolate.   NCATS

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