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Cisapride Gastric Stimulant for Indigestion and Digestive Disorders

Reference Price: USD 4-8/g

  • Product Name Cisapride
  • CAS No. 81098-60-4
  • MF C23H29ClFN3O4
  • MW 465.95
  • EINECS 279-689-7
  • Density 1.29
  • Boiling point 605.4 °C at 760 mmHg
  • Flash point 319.9 °C

Detailed Description

Indigestion is a common problem associated with digestive system disorders and lifestyle factors. Digestive aids, including gastric medications, play a crucial role in managing indigestion. Cisapride, a gastric stimulant, is one such medication that promotes peristalsis and is used for various gastrointestinal conditions. This article explores the medical and veterinary uses of cisapride, its mechanism of action, and its effectiveness in treating indigestion and related symptoms.

I. Understanding Indigestion and Digestive Disorders:
A. Common causes: disorders of the digestive system, stress, poor diet, lack of exercise, cold abdomen
B. Prominent symptoms: feeling of fullness, early satiety, flatulence, bloating, incomplete digestion

II. Overview of Digestive Aids:
A. Branch of gastric medication focusing on indigestion
B. Different types of digestive aids with varying mechanisms of action


III. Cisapride as a Gastric Stimulant:
A. Role of gastric stimulants in promoting peristalsis
B. Medical uses of cisapride:
Increasing movement in the esophagus, stomach, and intestines
Improving stomach emptying and lower esophageal sphincter strength
Treating gastric reflux (heartburn)
Managing gastroparesis and its associated symptoms
Alleviating upper gastrointestinal discomfort
C. Veterinary uses of cisapride:
Assisting food movement in the digestive tract
Treating slowing of the digestive tract, reflux, and constipation in animals
Managing megacolon and preventing reflux in dogs undergoing surgery
IV. Effectiveness and Recommendations:
A. Positive effects on gastro-esophageal reflux and esophagitis
B. Potential enhancement when combined with ranitidine
C. Efficacy in treating hypopropositional peristalsis, gastrointestinal contents retention, and chronic constipation
D. Appropriate use for chronic, excessive nausea and vomiting in children
E. Veterinary use for various animals and conditions


Cisapride, a gastric stimulant, offers medical and veterinary benefits for managing indigestion and associated digestive disorders. By promoting peristalsis and improving digestive processes, it helps alleviate symptoms such as reflux, gastroparesis, and constipation. Whether used in human or veterinary medicine, cisapride plays a valuable role in enhancing gastrointestinal movement and providing relief from indigestion-related issues.