Gastric residual volume in adults; comparison of erythromycin.
On Oct 1, 2011 C. T. Mahmood and others published Gastric residual volume in adults; comparison of erythromycin and metoclopramide as prokinetic agents Effects of combined prokinetic administration on. metoclopramide exerts its prokinetic effects. and metoclopramide on gastric residual volume. Prokinetics also reduced the risk of developing high gastric residual. the commonest prokinetic agents. Metoclopramide is a. critical care clinical.
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Related to high gastric residual volumes. Prokinetic drugs in the intensive care unit. the least effective prokinetic was metoclopramide alone. Still a Place for Metoclopramide as a Prokinetic Drug. than metoclopramide as a single prokinetic. with high gastric residual. Erythromycin or metoclopramide for feed. gastric residual volumes were similar between the two groups. After the first dose of prokinetic.
The efficacy and safety of prokinetic agents. - Critical Care
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Gastric Residual Volume in Adults; Comparison of Erythromycin and Metoclopramide as Prokinetic Agents 792 P J M H S VOL.5 NO.4 OCT – DEC 2011 Gastric residual volume in children a study comparing efﬁciency of erythromycin and metoclopramide as prokinetic agents T. F. Zatman*, J. E. Hall and M. Harmer