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Tap water iontophoresis is more effective than saline iontophoresis.
Iontophoresis with anticholinergics is more effective than tap water iontophoresis, but may induce systemic side effects.
With the initial treatment, patients found worsening of their condition, but this resolved after three to five treatments.
A newer study incorporated both, anticholinergics and aluminum chloride for one hour daily. It diminished the sweat secretion (via the anticholinergic) and caused blockage of the sweat gland (via the aluminum chloride) (22). This combination iontophoresis treatment compared to tap water iontophoresis resulted in a remission period of 20 days versus 3.5 days and a reduction in severity of symptoms of -3.1 versus -1.5.
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