Background: Sialorrhea is a common non-motor symptom in PD. Short-acting antimuscarinic, such as tropicamide, may reduce saliva secretion without the side effects associated with long-acting antimuscarinics.
Objective: To explore the anti-sialorrhea effect of single doses...(more)
Introduction: Underreporting of adverse drug reactions (ADRs) usually reaches 90%.
Objective: To explore the gap in the frequency of ADRs to antiparkinsonian drugs (APDs) in Parkinson’s disease (PD) and non-PD patients when explored by means of a full extensive...(more)
Background: Impulse-control disorders (ICD) can occur with any dopaminergic drug in Parkinson\'s Disease (PD), specially in younger patients.
Objective: To assess the prevalence of ICD in a sample of PD and non-PD patients and to evaluate the factors related to their...(more)
Introduction: Orthostatic hypotension (OH), a frequent feature of Parkinson’s disease (PD) can contribute to falls and is related to the disease itself or to drugs.
Objectives: To assess the concordance between abnormal BP fall after orthostatism and the presence of...(more)
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