Future Directions

In the prokinetic arena, the void left by the withdrawal from the market of cisapride has yet to be filled. There is still some confusion over whether the beneficial prokinetic effects of cisapride resulted wholly from activity at the 5HT4 receptor and only the successful development of a selective 5HT4 receptor agonist will allow that question to be fully answered. Since the withdrawal of cisapride, the treatment of GERD has been refined, with proton pump inhibitors becoming the standard of care. These drugs offer high levels of symptom relief in many patients and thus the clinical usefulness of the next generation of prokinetic drugs will need to be established within this context. The projected rise in the number of patients with diabetes suggests that diabetic gastroparesis could also substantially increase, offering another opportunity for prokinetic agents to bring benefit to patients (see 6.19 Diabetes/Syndrome X).

In the area of antiemetic therapy, the challenge is to develop agents with which to better control nausea. This will almost certainly depend upon the future development of reliable and predictive animal models in which to map the nausea pathways of the CNS and in which to ultimately understand the potential of novel antinausea medications.

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