Metoclopramide (MCP)

Antiemetic, dopamine-2 receptor blockerMetoclopramide belongs to the class of antiemetics and gastrokinetics and is therefore a drug against nausea. It relieves the feeling of vomiting and nausea by stimulating the movement of the upper gastrointestinal tract. Metoclopramide (MCP) is a so-called dopamine antagonist. An antagonist is a substance that binds to a specific receptor and … Read more


Definition Antiemetics are a group of drugs designed to suppress or prevent vomiting, nausea and nausea. The antiemetics comprise several groups of active substances that act on different receptors. Introduction Nausea is a complex process that is intended to protect the body by preventing potentially toxic substances from being vomited and entering the body. In … Read more


Synonyms in a broader sense Dimenhydrinate, H1-receptor blocker, antihistamine, antiemetic Other trade names: Vomacur, Reisefit, travel tablets, travel gold, Arlevert Introduction Vomex® is the trade name of a drug containing the active ingredient dimenhydrinate. Dimenhydrinate is a combination of the two individual components diphenhydramine and 8-chlorotheophylline. It is mainly used to treat nausea and vomiting, … Read more

Interactions with other drugs | Vomex®

Interactions with other drugs If additional medication is taken that prolongs the QT time in the heart (see package insert), cardiac arrhythmia may occur. Therefore, compatibility with other medications should be checked by a doctor or pharmacist. Together with alcohol, antidepressants, neuroleptics and strong (opioid-containing) painkillers and sleeping pills, the damping and sleep-promoting effect is … Read more