Diagnosis, treatment, and recommendations ontreatment of colon syndrome is a complex task, which consists of a set of therapeutic and preventive measures aimed at eliminating the multiple factors that contribute to the emergence of bowel dysfunction. Currently there is no single effective therapeutic regimen in the approach to the treatment of this syndrome, appointments are made purely individual, depending on the clinical variant of the disease, and only after a thorough examination and exclusion of organic pathology of the gastrointestinal tract. Keeping a patient with a similar syndrome requires considerable patience and medical skills as an important key element in achieving the desired effect is a patient trained in the use of drugs in the presence of some form of colon dysfunction. In some cases, a change in diet and dietary preferences, however, in situations where this is not sufficient, it is recommended medication.
Most often, to reduce pain anddegree gassing used drugs from the group antispasmodics. One of the representatives of this line of drugs is a drug Duspatalin, Myotropic selective antispasmodic effect on the smooth muscles, which normalizes the motility of the gastrointestinal tract in 15-20 minutes after ingestion. In addition, preparations are traditionally used papaverine, no-spa, Halidorum.
Significant clinical effect was observed whenusing the drug Buscopan that also has antispasmodic activity and improves the promotion of stool through the intestines. While taking this medication side effects such as spasm of accommodation, tachycardia, increase are rather weak expression of blood pressure. Formation of drug-resistant forms of irritable bowel syndrome and the development of persistent constipation involves the appointment of cisapride.
If the patient's diet is saturatedballast substances, we recommend the use of osmotic laxatives, among which positive clinical effect has lactulose, macrogol. A constipation Clinic Prevalence necessitates refrain from using cleansing enemas which exciting parasympathetic receptors contribute to increased pressure in the lower part of the colon, increasing with pain and cramping.
With the development of irritable bowel syndromebowel treatment form with a predominance of diarrhea involves the appointment of Loperamide. This drug significantly slows the advancement of stool through the intestines, and the active contraction of the intestinal wall, thus reducing the number of acts of defecation, stool fixes and prevents loss of important micronutrients. Loperamide weakens susceptibility of the colon wall to stretch, reducing pain and cramping. Use of the drug is recommended in the lingual form, dissolving the tablet under the tongue rapid effect can be achieved. Additionally appointed enveloping means, for example, dermatol, simethicone, white clay.
In the treatment of patients with IBSbowel advised to refrain from receiving antibacterial agents. This is due to the fact that antibiotics, acting on the mucous membrane of the digestive tract, exacerbating symptoms of intestinal dysbiosis, which affects increasing pain and general malaise.
Many gastroenterologists consider necessaryinclusion in complex therapy of drugs from the group of antidepressants and tranquilizers, with the ability to improve mood and promote rapid recovery.
Thus, timely detection of the motordysfunction of the gastrointestinal tract, particularly the colon, with the help of special methods of instrumental diagnostics and application of complex drugs, normalizes the intestinal wall, can significantly improve outcomes in patients with irritable bowel syndrome.