Composition: Each EMP vial contains Esomeprazole sodium equivalent to Esomeprazole 40 mg Pharmacology: Esomeprazole proton pump inhibitor, is an... View more
An histamine H2 receptor antagonist inhibits histamine work competitively on H2 receptors and reduces gastric acid secretion.
Lopreamide is an antispasmodic, in which the exact mechanism of action can not be explained.
Cisapride is a serotonin receptor antagonist that stimulates gastrointestinal motility by increasing sphinteric pressure of the lower esophagus and increasing esophageal acid clearance.
Neutralize excess stomach acid and coat the surface of the gastric mucosa thus reducing stomach irritation
URSOLIC® contains Ursodeoxycholic acid that acts by change cholesterol deposits into soluble cholesterol so that dissolution (melt) by stimulating the formation of lecithin cholesterol layer of liquid on the stone surface.
As a food supplement to help maintain liver function.
Helps to maintain healthy liver.
Working centrally inhibits vomiting reflex impulses at the emetic center and on the CTZ (chemoreceptor trigger zone).
Misoprostol is a synthetic analog of prostaglandin E1 which has an antisecretory effect and protects the gastric mucosa. Its antisecretory effect is a direct effect on specific prostaglandin receptors on the surface gastric parietal cells.
Ondansetron a 5 - HT3 receptor antagonist that works selectively and competitively in preventing and overcoming nausea and vomiting due to treatment with sitostatica and radiotherapy.
Ondansetron is a potent and selective 5HT3 receptor antagonist. The administration of chemotherapy drugs and radiotherapy may lead to the release of 5HT3 into the small intestine which will stimulate the vomiting reflex that activates the vagal afferent fibers by 5HT3 receptors.
Sucralfate is a complex formed from octysulfuric sucrose of poly aluminum hydroxide. Sucralfate activity as an antiulcer is the result of the formation of the Sucralfate complex with proteins that form a protective layer that covers the ulcer and protects against the same attacks of the stomach, pepsin and bile salts.
NORSEC® (Omeprazole) has a very selective mechanism in reducing gastric acid secretion and generates a certain dose that inhibits H +, K +, ATP-ase (proton pump) enzymes in parietal cells
Omeprazole reversibly reduces gastric acid secretion by specifically inhibiting the protective enzyme of the H + / K + - ATPase proton pump in parietal cells. Omeprazole is a substituted benzimidazole.
Domperidone is an dopamine antagonist dopamine that has antiemetic action. The antiemetic effect can be caused by a combination of peripheral effects (gastrokinetics) with antagonists to dopamine receptors in the trigger zone chemoreceptors located outside the cerebral blood vessels in the postrema area.