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Kemadrin, Procyclidine

US Brand Name Kemadrin
Generic Name Procyclidine
Other Brand Name Kemadrin
Packing 10
Manufacturer GSK
Form Pills
Strength 2.5 mg, 5 mg
Country India

  • 10 tabs 2.5 mg $1.90
  • 10 tabs 5 mg $3.90
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Drug Description

Generic Kemadrin (procyclidine hydrochloride) is an antispasmodic compound of comparatively low toxicity. It relaxes smooth muscle, which prevents muscle spasms. Procyclidine hydrochloride is a white crystalline material. It comes in tablet form for oral use. Each tablet has 5 mg procyclidine hydrochloride as well as the inactive ingredients such as lactose, corn, potato starch, and magnesium stearate.


Kemadrin is indicated to treat Parkinson disease.


Procyclidine hydrochloride is contraindicated in angle-closure glaucoma although simple type glaucomas do not appear to be adversely affected. This drug also should be avoided in case you have allergy to any component in Kemadrin.

Dosage and Administration

The dose of the drug to treat Parkinsonism will vary depending on the age of the patient, the etiology of the disease, and individual reaction.

Usually, a higher dosage is recommended for younger and postencephalitic patients compared to older patients and those with arteriosclerosis.

An initial dose of 2.5 mg three times daily after meals is suggested to treat procyclidine hydrochloride. The dose may be slowly raised to 5 mg three times a day and occasionally 5 mg given before retiring.

Patient, who cannot tolerate a bedtime dose of the drug, may need dosage adjustment.

Patients, who are receiving other drugs and want to use procyclidine hydrochloride, can initially take 2.5 mg three times a day for all or part of the original drug. The dose may be increased as required while correspondingly omitting or decreasing the other drug.

To treat symptoms of extrapyramidal dysfunction caused by tranquilizer medicines during the treatment of mental disorders, the dosage of procyclidine hydrochloride will differ based on the harshness of side effects related to tranquilizer administration.

An initial daily dosage of 2.5 mg can be taken three times daily. It may be raised by 2.5 mg daily increments. The maximum dose of 10 to 20 mg daily can be used.

Kemadrin need to be taken with food or right away after finishing a meal.

Side Effects

Some of the most common side effects caused by this drug are blurred vision; dilated pupils; constipation; dry mouth; lightheadedness; giddiness; loss of appetite; upset stomach; nausea; and vomiting.

Severe side effects may also take place. A few of these adverse effects are

Severe allergic reactions (rash; difficulty breathing; itching; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue; hives;); confusion; chest pain; difficult or painful urination; eye pain; difficulty swallowing; fast or pounding heartbeat; uncontrolled movements and mental or mood changes.


Use of this drug in children is denied; consequently, the use of procyclidine hydrochloride should be used only when most essential.

Safety has not been confirmed to use this drug in pregnancy; as a result, the use of procyclidine hydrochloride in lactation, pregnancy is not recommended.


Before using Kemadrin, the patient should inform to doctor the existence of some medical conditions if he has. He must inform doctor of glaucoma, muscle weakness (eg, myasthenia gravis), mental or mood disorders, urination problems or ulcerative colitis, (eg, an enlarged prostate), blockage of the stomach, or urinary tract; esophagus, kidney or liver problems; heart or blood vessel disease; high blood pressure; an irregular heartbeat; or unrestrained movements of the mouth, tongue or hands.

Using Kemadrin may bring about lightheadedness or blurred vision. Hence patients should avoid driving, operating machinery, or doing anything else that need good visibility.


Store the drug at 15° to 25°C (59° to 77°F) in a dry place.