Medication Description: Propantheline bromide (Propantheline bromide)
PROPANTELINE BROMIDE (Propantheline bromide).
Diisopropylmethyl [(Xanthen-9-carbonyloxy) ethyl] ammonium bromide.
Synonyms: Pro-Banin, 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 a peripheral anticholinergic and antispasmodic action.
Applied with functional gastrointestinal disorders, gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer, spasms of the ureter and bladder, etc. (see Metatsin).
Assign the inside of 1 - 2 tablets (15 - 30 mg) 2 - 3 times a day.
Possible side effects and contraindications are the same as for metacin.
Product form: tablets of 0.015 g (15 mg) in glass tubes of 20 pcs.
Storage: List A.