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Bisacodyl volume of distribution
A preferred rapidly dissolving bisacodyl of the present invention comprises micronized bisacodyl, optionally admixed with various solid excipients in order to promote disintegration of the drug from the substrate as primary drug particles to maximize bisacodyl dissolution. As used herein, “micronized bisacodyl”, means solid bisacodyl which is finely divided. The particle size distribution of micronized bisacodyl is preferably such that greater than 90% of the particles are less than 10 μm in effective diameter, more preferably greater than 95% are less than 10 μm in effective diameter, more preferably still, greater than 99% are less than 10 μm in effective diameter.
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What is Bisacodyl
Bisacodyl is an organic compound that is used as a stimulant laxative drug. It works directly on the colon to produce a bowel movement. It is typically prescribed for relief of constipation and for the management of neurogenic bowel dysfunction as well as part of bowel preparation before medical examinations, such as for a colonoscopy.
Bisacodyl mechanism of action
Induces diarrhea which cleanses the colon.
Dosage forms of Bisacodyl
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Indication of Bisacodyl
Indicated for cleansing of the colon as a preparation for colonoscopy in adults.
Toxicity of Bisacodyl
The acute minimal toxic or lethal dose of these agents is not well established. After the inadvertent ingestion of 10 to 15 Ex-lax (senna-based laxative) chocolate tablets, a child developed superficial partial thickness burns in the perianal area and buttocks within 10 minutes of experiencing diarrhea. A man developed abdominal pain, jaundice, fatigue, and elevated liver enzymes following the daily use of an herbal laxative containing sennoside (15 to 30 mg/day) for over 3 months. Liver enzymes gradually improved and were within normal limits one month after sennoside was discontinued.
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What is Dulcolax?
Dulcolax is a laxative. Causes irritation of the intestinal receptor apparatus, has a direct effect on the intestinal mucosa, increasing its motility and increasing the secretion of mucus in the large intestine.
Dulcolax is a prodrug, when taken orally in an alkaline medium, hydrolysis occurs with the formation of a substance that irritates the gastrointestinal tract mucous membrane (the secretion of mucus in the large intestine increases, its peristalsis accelerates and increases). When taken orally, Dulcolax is effective after 6–10 hours; when taken before bedtime, after 8–12 hours.
With rectal administration, Dulcolax increases the secretion of mucus in the large intestine, accelerates and strengthens its motility. The action is due to direct stimulation of the nerve endings in the mucous membrane of the large intestine.
The combined use of Dulcolax with antacids can lead to premature dissolution of its shell and irritation of the stomach and duodenum.