Docusate or Colace - Template completed by: Michael Holmes...

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Template completed by: Michael Holmes DRUG name (generic and common): Docusate (Colace) Aqualax® | Colace® | Colace® Micro-Enema | Conate® | Correctol® Extra Gentle | D.O.S. | Dialose® | Diocto® | Dioctosoftez® | Dioctyl® | Dioctyl® S.S. | Dioctyn® | Doc-Q-Lace® | DocQLace | Docu Soft® | Docu® | Doculax® | Docusoft® S | DocuSol | DOK™ | DOK® | DOS® | Doss-Relief® | DSS® | Dulcolax® Stool Softener | Enemeez | Enemeez® | Fam-Colsof® | Genasoft® | Gentle® | GoodSense Stool Softener | Kao-Tin | Kaopectate® | Laxa® Basic | Modane® Soft | Phillips® Liqui-Gels® | Regulax® SS | Silace® | Stool Softener | Sulfolax™ | Sur-Q-Lax | Surfak® | Therevac® SB | Top Care Stool Softener | Uni-Ease® CLASS Laxatives and stool softeners DESCRIPTION (basic summary) Salts of docusate are stool softeners used to treat or prevent constipation or to prevent fecal impaction. MECHANISM OF ACTION Docusate is an anionic surfactant (i.e., a surface-active agent).
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