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Tx for acute diarrhea; binding to bacterial toxins and protects irritated mucosa
Activates the Cl channel CIC2 to increase Chloride secretion; last resort Tx for constipation
Tx for ulcerative colitis;sulfa drug
antibacteria and activates motilin
Tx for irritable bowel syndrome, decreases propulsive motility, selective opiate receptor agonist
Tx for acute diarrhea; decreases inflammation binds to bacterial toxins
Tx for opiate induced constipation w/o opiate and Etoh withdrawal that comes with analog
Tx for chronic constipation and UGI motility disorders; crosses BBB (+)5HT4R and (-)D2R
Tx for traveler's diarrhea
DOC class for acute Ulcerative colitis and prevention of remission
Tx for Irritable Bowl in women w/diarrhea; inhibits 5HT3 and spinal/vagal afferents
erythromycin analogs that are not antibacterial
Blocks opiod receptors centrally and peripherally
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type of laxative that increase intracellular cAMP and tight junction leakiness that stimulate water and electrolyte secretion
Tx for gastric emptying and increases LES tone; (-)D2R and doesn't cross BBB
TNF inhibitor monoclonal antibody used as a Tx for various rheumatolgical disease and Crohn's disease and refractory UC
Tx for post operative ileus
Type of laxative that increases stool frequency by osmotic action very quickly; often used prior to radiology or endoscopy
Opens CFTR by increasing cGMP; Tx for constipation and IBS w/ constipation
Tx for opiate induced constipation and (short term)postoperative ileus; (-)MOR
Tx for mild/moderate Crohn's disease in ileum or ascending colon
Immunosuppressants for moderate Crohn's disease and Ulcerative colitis
laxative that increases bulk and water content; Tx for anorectal problems, hernia, constipation
Decreases propulsive motility, does not pass BBB, 5HT agonist
Tx for opiate induced constipation does not cross BBB
How is bethanechol given to avoid cardiopulmonary complications

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