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|Other Titles:||Clinical use of cyclocarbothiamine (CCT) for neurogenic bladder dysfunction|
|Authors:||仁平, 寛巳 |
|Author's alias:||NIHIRA, Hiromi|
Urinary Bladder, Neurogenic/drug therapy
|Abstract:||Thirteen patients with neurogenic bladder were treated w i th cyclocarbothiamine (CCT) at the dosage of 150m g per day orally for 10 to 60 days. Studies on measurement of residual urine, cystometry and cystography revealed sufficiently good results in 4 cases. In 5 cases no improvement of bladder function was seen at all. In the last 4 cases a decrease in residual urine and improvement of vesical pressure were observed after long term administration. For the neurogenic bladder dysfunction this drug is useful, if used in long term with other drugs such as bethanechol chloride and correct antibiotics. No side effect was encountered.|
|Appears in Collections:||Vol.12 No.8|
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