cytoprotective drugs include:
prostaglandin E analog
non-systemic antacid which increases gastric pH higher than A1(OH2) and acts as a laxative
systemic antacid absorbed systemically which could cause alkalosis or stomach distention
prostaglandin E1 analog which increases mucosal blood flow and stabilizes the mast cells
the preferred cytoprotective drug for treatment of ulcers which binds epidermal growth factor on the ulcerated tissues
Which drug requires an acidic environment (pH<5) for its activation and should never be given with antacids?
cytprotective drug that absorbs E. coli enterotoxin and coats ulceratedsurface
cytoprotective drug that has mild antibacterial action and should be used with caution in cats
cholinergic agonist increases intestinal motility and amplitude of contraction of smooth muscle of GIT.
cholinergic agonist which is contra-indictated for obstructions of the intestines and peritonitis
prokinetic agent which enhances the release of acetylcholine from cholinergic neurons in the enteric myenteric plexus with no action on gastric acid
the drug that p