Observations on the Therapeutic Effect of Budipine on Parkinson’s Disease

  • Wang Xinde


Budipine is a new antiparkinsonian drug which has been shown to ameliorate the major parkinsonian symptoms such as tremor, akinesia, and rigidity. It may have some influence on dopamine release and uptake and may also possess anticholinergic properties and exert definite stimulatory effects on the serotonergic receptors (Menge and Brand 1982).


Orthostatic Hypotension Dopamine Release Parkinsonian Patient Mild Degree Predominant Symptom 
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