Description of the medicine: Propantheline bromide (Propantheline bromide)
PROPANTHELINE BROMIDE (Propantheline bromide).
Diisopropylmethyl [(xanthen-9-carbonyloxy) ethyl] ammonium bromide.
Synonyms: Pro-Bantin, Aclobrom, Bropantil, Ketaman, Lenigastril, Mephatelin, Neo-Gastrosedan, Pantheline, Pro-Banthine, Pro-Gastron, Propantel, Spastil, Suprantil, etc.
It is a quaternary ammonium compound, similar in structure and action to metacin and chlorosyl. It has peripheral anticholinergic and antispasmodic effects.
Applied with functional gastrointestinal disorders, peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum, spasms of the ureter and bladder, etc. (see Metacin).
Assign inside 1 to 2 tablets (15 to 30 mg) 2 to 3 times a day.
Possible side effects and contraindications are the same as for metacin.
Release form: tablets of 0.015 g (15 mg) in glass tubes of 20 pcs.
Storage: List A.