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Oral drugs

Oral drugs are used frequently as an adjuvant treatment to alleviate symptoms associated with spasticity that are not amenable to physical therapy alone (for example distress or restricted function). Oral drugs may reduce spasticity, muscle spasms, pain and discomfort, and perhaps improve function and quality of life. The GDG's view was, therefore, that it was important to examine the evidence regarding the effectiveness and safety of these treatments.

Guideline summary

Julie Hodge Allen, Khalid Ashfaq, Wahab Bello, Hannah Rose Douglas, Rupert Franklin, Rosalind Lai, Emma Newbatt, Edmund Peston, Wendy Riches and Roz Ullman at the NCC-WCH.

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