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Title: 膀胱刺激症状に対するFlavoxate錠の臨床的効果について - 二重盲検法による検討 -
Other Titles: CLINICAL EFFECT OF FLAVOXATE FOR IRRITABLE CONDITION OF THE URINARY BLADDER : A STUDY WITH A DOUBLE BLIND METHOD
Authors: 新島, 端夫  KAKEN_name
藤田, 幸利  KAKEN_name
高田, 元敬  KAKEN_name
近藤, 捷嘉  KAKEN_name
片山, 泰弘  KAKEN_name
石, 正臣  KAKEN_name
大森, 弘之  KAKEN_name
近藤, 淳  KAKEN_name
小野田, 康雄  KAKEN_name
難波, 克一  KAKEN_name
白神, 健志  KAKEN_name
猪木, 令三  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: Niijima, Tadao
Fujita, Yukitoshi
Takata, Motohiro
Kondo, Katsuyoshi
Katayama, Yasuhiro
Seki, Masaomi
Ohmori, Hiroyuki
Kondo, Jyun
Onoda, Toshio
Namba, Katsuichi
Shiraga, Takeshi
Inoki, Reizo
Issue Date: Jun-1975
Publisher: 京都大学医学部泌尿器科学教室
Journal title: 泌尿器科紀要
Volume: 21
Issue: 6
Start page: 557
End page: 578
Abstract: Clinical effect of ftavoxate for nervous pollakisuria and irritable bladder was investigated by a double blind method with butylscopolamine bromide as a standard drug. The following results were obtained. 1. One hundred and one case (51 of the favoxate group, and 50 of the standard drug group) were submitted for analysis. No pre-test difference was noted between two groups as to age, sex, diagnosis, history, previous treatment, symptoms, severity and complications. 2. Therapeutic effect on each symptom was analyzed statistically. Flavoxate was significantly superior to standard drug for frequent urination, urinary urgency and unpleasant feeling after urination. There was no difference in the effect on amount of residual urine. Urinary incontinence was slightly better treated with ftavoxate. 3. As an overall evaluation, ftavoxate showed marked therapeutic effect with significant superiority to the standard drug. 4. Side effect was seen in 18.8% of the ftavoxate group and 25.0% of the standard drug group. In only one case of each group, however, the medication was discontinued.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/121830
Appears in Collections:Vol.21 No.6

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