TITLE

Presente y futuro del tratamiento farmacol�gico de la vejiga hiperactiva

AUTHOR(S)
Mu�oz G�lligo, E.; Garc�a Garc�a-Porrero, A.; Masero Casasola, A. R.; Mu�oz Garrido, F.
PUB. DATE
December 2012
SOURCE
Suelo P�lvico;2012, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p64
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The overactive bladder syndrome has a complex physiopathological basis, which implies muscular and neural systems and a complex array of molecular intermediaries. In fact, in our days the pharmacological treatment, based on anticholinergics drugs, is not effective in a great proportion of patients. In our review we explain the physiopathological basis, remarking the role of the therapeutical targets as an aim of the new drugs that are being investigated. Between the pharmacological families we found the betaagonists, as a new option of treatment. In any case, there are other many options being investigated, and we need more data before they can reach a clinical utility.
ACCESSION #
84429547

 

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