Gabapentin - keeping the frog out of your throat?

Nissen, Lisa (2012) Gabapentin - keeping the frog out of your throat?. Australian Pharmacist, 31 10: 790-791.

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Author Nissen, Lisa
Title Gabapentin - keeping the frog out of your throat?
Journal name Australian Pharmacist   Check publisher's open access policy
ISSN 0728-4632
Publication date 2012-10
Sub-type Article (original research)
Volume 31
Issue 10
Start page 790
End page 791
Total pages 2
Place of publication Curtin, ACT, Australia
Publisher Pharmaceutical Society of Australia
Collection year 2013
Language eng
Abstract Chronic cough is a problem thought to affect up to 15% of the population causing not only physical symptoms but also significant impacts on quality of life. Chronic cough can often be attributed to other medical conditions such as reflux, postnasal drip, or asthma. Although successful treatment is often possible by addressing the underlying cause of the cough, a number of patients are left with a refractory chronic cough. Currently available cough suppressants generally include the centrally acting opioids such as morphine, codeine, and dextromethorphan. Slow-release morphine has also been reported to be useful in controlling intractable cough with good tolerance to constipation and drowsiness.
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