Medical Papers

Find out what the scientific community has researched and reported about seasickness and how effective treatments may be. Draw your own conclusions!


A comparison of the efficacy of cinnarizine with scopolamine in the treatment of seasickness

Antimotion-sickness efficacy of scopolamine 12 and 72 hours after transdermal administration

Cinnarizine in the prophylaxis of seasickness: laboratory vestibular evaluation and sea study

Comparison of Seven Commonly Used Agents for Prophylaxis of Seasickness

Computerized dynamic posturography and seasickness susceptibility

Contributions of roll and pitch to sea sickness

Double-blind comparison of transdermal scopolamine, droperidol and placebo against postoperative nausea and vomiting

Drug treatment of motion sickness: scopolamine alone and combined with ephedrine in real and simulated situations

Effect of cinnarizine in the prevention of seasickness

Effect of the anti-motion-sickness medication cinnarizine on central nervous system oxygen toxicity.

Effect of transdermally administered scopolamine in preventing motion sickness

Effects of gender of subjects and experimenter on susceptibility to motion sickness

Effects of ginger on motion sickness susceptibility and gastric function

Effects of N-methyl-D-aspartate antagonists on different measures of motion sickness in cats

Efficacy of transdermal scopolamine against seasickness: a 3-day study at sea

Gastrointestinal motor and myoelectric correlates of motion sickness

Ginger root against seasickness. A controlled trial on the open sea

Ginger: history and use

Illusory self-motion and motion sickness: a model for brain-gut interactions and nausea.

Influence of transdermal scopolamine on motion sickness during 7 days' exposure to heavy seas

INM investigations into drugs for seasickness prophylaxis

Motion sickness amelioration induced by prism spectacles

Motion sickness susceptibility questionnaire revised and its relationship to other forms of sickness

Motion sickness. How to help your patients avoid travel travail

Perspectives of electrogastrography and motion sickness

Pharmaceutical use by U.S. astronauts on space shuttle missions.

Pharmacologic studies of antimotion sickness actions of ginger

Physiological basis and pharmacology of motion sickness: an update

Postural instability precedes motion sickness.

Prevention of motion sickness with a transdermal therapeutic system containing scopolamine. A randomized, comparative double-blind study in the German Federal Navy

Prophylactic ondansetron for post-operative emesis: meta-analysis of its effectiveness in patients with and without a previous history of motion sickness.

Relationship between motion sickness, migraine and menstruation in crew members of a "round the world" yacht race

Relationship between postural control and motion sickness in healthy subjects.

Salivary changes associated with seasickness

Salivary secretion and seasickness susceptibility

Scopolamine alone or combined with ephedrine in seasickness: a double-blind, placebo-controlled study

Seasickness treatment with cinnarizine.

Self-induced motion sickness in unperturbed stance

Slow deep breathing prevents the development of tachygastria and symptoms of motion sickness

Systematic investigation of physiological correlates of motion sickness induced by viewing an optokinetic rotating drum.

The anti-motion sickness mechanism of ginger. A comparative study with placebo and dimenhydrinate.

The retention of adaptation to motion sickness eliciting stimulation

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Three-years' experience of transdermal scopolamine: long-term effectiveness and side-effects

Transdermal scopolamine in the prevention of motion sickness at sea

Transdermal scopolamine in the prevention of motion sickness: evaluation of the time course of efficacy

Transdermal therapeutic system of scopolamine (TTS-S) in the prevention of sea sickness and its mechanism of action

Transdermal therapeutic system scopolamine (TTSS), dimenhydrinate, and placebo--a comparative study at sea

Transdermally administered scopolamine vs. dimenhydrinate. I. Effect on nausea and vertigo in experimentally induced motion sickness

Variables of movement amplitude and frequency in the development of motion sickness in Suncus murinus

Visual-vestibular habituation and balance training for motion sickness