Sumatriptan to Relieve Vomiting Attacks Related to Migraine

Published Online: Thursday, June 9, 2011
This video discusses the results of a study in which lead author Toshiyuki Hikita, MD, of Teikyo University School of Medicine in Tokyo, Japan, and colleagues found that administering sumatriptan subcutaneously was shown to relieve cyclic vomiting syndrome associated with migraine.

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