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muscle relaxant +     
(R)-methocarbamol +  
(S)-glaucine +   
(S)-methocarbamol +  
8-bromo-3',5'-cyclic GMP  
alcuronium +   
alprazolam  
antispasmodic drug +   
A drug that suppresses spasms. These are usually caused by smooth muscle contraction, especially in tubular organs. The effect is to prevent spasms of the stomach, intestine or urinary bladder.
atracurium +   
atracurium besylate +  
azumolene 
baclofen  
beta-erythroidine +   
carisoprodol +   
chlormezanone +  
chlorphenesin +   
chlorphenesin carbamate  
chlorzoxazone  
cisatracurium +   
cisatracurium besylate 
cyclobenzaprine +   
cyclobenzaprine hydrochloride 
dantrolene  
dantrolene sodium hemiheptahydrate 
decamethonium  
doxacurium +  
doxacurium chloride 
dyphylline +  
eperisone 
forskoditerpenoside C 
forskoditerpenoside D 
forskoditerpenoside E 
gallamine 
methocarbamol 
midazolam +   
midazolam hydrochloride 
nitroglycerin  
orphenadrine +   
orphenadrine citrate 
orphenadrine hydrochloride 
oxybutynin +   
pancuronium +   
pancuronium bromide 
pridinol  
quinine +   
quinine(1+) +   
rocuronium +   
rocuronium bromide 
sodium 8-bromo-3',5'-cyclic GMP 
succinylcholine +   
succinylcholine chloride (anhydrous) +  
succinylcholine chloride dihydrate 
theophylline +   
tizanidine  
tolterodine +   
tubocurarine  
vecuronium +   
vecuronium bromide  
xylazine  
xylazine hydrochloride 

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Related Synonyms: antispasmodics

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