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Colace Draw h20 into stole causing it to soften may take up to 72 hours to work; slow acting; take on daily basis
Kaopectate acts directly on muscle wall of bowel to slow motility; Lomotil - also related to opiods dependence
Lomotil acts directly on muscle wall of bowel to slow motility; Lomotil - also related to opiods dependence
Carafate When swallowed, drug binds w/protein molecules to form a viscous(thick & sticky) substance that buffers acid, that protects muscosa doesnt stop gastric secretions
Zantac Inhibit action of histamine at H2 receptor cells in stomach, which reduces secretion of gastric acid
Mylanta Soluable in gastric & intestinal secretions & readily absorbs; capable of altering electrolyte balance producing systemic alkalosis & rebound hyperacidity;neutralizes acidity
Axid Inhibit action of histamine at H2 receptor cells in stomach, which reduces secretion of gastric acid
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