We can give cinnarizine in pat. With ischemic stroke and TIA to promote cerebral blood flow?

Cinnarizine. I could find no literature that suggested that cinnarizine was documented to help in pat, ischemic stroke or tia. It is a weak calcium blocker.
From what I read. Since it is not available in the usa it is not a first line drug but used as secondary line of help to try to increase blood flow. It is not really an indication of this medication. Good luck.

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