Maxolon Syp GSK

Maxolon is used to treat and prevent nausea and vomiting that can be caused by a variety of conditions including, gastrointestinal disorders, intolerance to anti-cancer drugs used for chemotherapy, deep X-ray or cobalt therapy used to treat internal tumours and congestive heart failure; also to prevent post-surgical nausea and vomiting often caused by surgical anaesthetic, to relieve nausea associated with migraine headache and to help with diagnostic procedures that may cause nausea, such as duodenal intubation (passing tubes into the intestine). Maxolon is also used to relieve symptoms of digestive problems like bloating, fullness, heartburn, regurgitation of bile, abdominal pain and flatulence, which can happen when the digestive system is out of rhythm, or associated with conditions like peptic ulcer, inflammation of the stomach (gastritis) or intestines (duodenitis), hiatus hernia, dyspepsia (indigestion) after cholecystectomy (gall bladder removal) and cholelithiasis (gall stones). Maxolon is also used to treat conditions where gastrointestinal motility is disturbed, to increase intestinal movement and relieve gastric stasis, which can occur after surgery. This action of Maxolon also helps with diagnostic gastrointestinal radiology that depends on the movement of barium through the intestines. The same mechanism of action enables Maxolon to provide the various clinical benefits that it is used for in a variety of conditions.

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