MUSCLE RELAXANTS AND CENTRALLY ACTING MUSCLE RELAXANTS PPT/PDF

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Muscle relaxants are medications that help reduce muscle tension, spasms, or stiffness. Centrally acting muscle relaxants target the central nervous system to achieve their effects, while other muscle relaxants may act directly on the muscles themselves. Examples of centrally acting muscle relaxants include baclofen, cyclobenzaprine, and tizanidine, while examples of other muscle relaxants include dantrolene and botulinum toxin injections.