Category:5HT3 antagonists

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Introduction

5-hydroxytryptamine type 3 (5HT3 )antagonists are powerful antiemetic agents used in oncology and in postoperative care. They can cause severe constipation and so should be used briefly and only where they are demonstratably more clinically effective than alternatives,

History

Clinical Use

Indications

Clinical Differences

Clinical Issues

Toxicity

Group Contra-indications

Group Cautions and Interactions

To date in man two of this class of drugs have been demonstrated to block the analgesic actions of paracetamol. [1]

Group Side effects

Special advice

Pharmacology

References

Pages in category "5HT3 antagonists"

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