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Syrup Cremaffin Mechanism Of Action
Sibutramine/Meridia: Abbot labs voluntarily pulled sibutramine from the us market in 2010 because clinical trials showed increased risk of heart attack and stroke. Many other countries followed suit. It inhibits central reuptake of dopamine, norepinephrine, and serotonin -- serotonin mechanism may increase satiety; ne one may increase metabolic rate. Some generic forms may be available, but not by prescription. ...Read more
CNS depressant: I don't know that anyone has an absolute lock-down on this mechanism, but you can look up what's known in goodman and gilman's pharmacologic basis of therapeutics. Gaba-a receptors are inhibitory in the brain, and their function can be enhanced by alcohol as well as sedative-hypnotic agents including benzodiazepines. Several types of ion channels in the brain are sensitive to ethanol also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Acetazolamide: This drug works in the kidneys by inhibiting an enzyme called carbonic anhydrase. Carbonic anhydrase is the enzyme responsible for moving bicarbonate (sodium bicarbonate) (a base) from the kidney back into the blood stream. Acetazolamide blocks this action, resulting in more acidic blood/more basic urine. This drug has a half-life of 15 hours, so depending on the dose may take a few days to clear. ...Read more
Is Adderall (dextroamphetamine and racemic amphetamine) tolerance caused by an influx of ca2+ and does mg antagonize the rapid influx of ca2+ thus minimizing tolerance?
Can liposomal glutathione inhibit the absorption of methylphenidate, or facilitate its elimination from the body?
No but not proved: to help , nothing is proved to help by the fda, glutathione the natural antioxidant is in the liver, and foods absorb this bets like avacodoes but the amphetamines like methylphenidate are stimulants , most people do not need this btu side effects are liked so use it and addiction possible , better to go natural route in ,most case; sleep , eat well , less stress , discipline, concentrate ect. ...Read more
Comments: Over 20 plus anticonvulsant medications with a host of varying mechanisms, some affecting Na/K channels, others affecting glutamate or GABA, one even having effect on zinc metabolism. Regardless of mechanism, all are effective, and usual choice based upon tolerance of a variety of adverse events. ...Read more
In a sense, YES.: But that's because these supplements don't really have any acton at all. The collagen & hyaluronic acid in Move Free can't get to the joints when taken orally. Studies of the glucosamine in Dorofen initially showed some improvement in joint pain, but follow up studies indicate it was probably due to the "placebo" effect. Sorry-( ...Read more
What chemical properties and mechanisms of action make Prozac (fluoxetine) more "stimulating" than other anti-depressant drugs in the same class?
Serotonin 2C: The agonist activity of fluoxetine at 5ht2c receptors likely explains some of the positive and negative stimulating aspects of treatment with fluoxetine in terms of appetite, activation and anxiety etc. However everyone is different and "your results may vary ". Fluoxetine is not "stimulating" for everyone. ...Read more
Codeine and diarrhea: Codeine phosphate is indicated for the treatment of acute diarrhea in adults. However, Codeine and other opiates should be reserved for more refractory cases of diarrhea. The mechanism is constipation due to the slowing of peristalsis in the GI system. The opioid receptors are found in the muscles lining the walls of the intestines and in the brain. ...Read more
What is the name of the anticholinergic component & the benzodiazpine component in the drug librax (clinidium and chlordiazepoxide)?
Please help! what is the equivalents of a 250 ml bottle. Of liquid hydrocodone 7.5 and hydrocodone 7.5 in pill form?
Should say on bottle: Preparations vary, and the equivalent dose is usually 2 teaspoons (10 ml) to one tablet, but you need to see what your preparation says. Concentrations vary between brands and adult and pediatric forms. It may be anywhere between 10 ml and 15 ml however. ...Read more
See below: Ibuprofen is a non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug that blocks the formation of inflammatory agents made by cyclo-oxygenase from arachidonic acid. Ambroxol is secretolytic agent used to treat respiratory diseases associated with thick or excessive mucus. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Antibody: Alemtuzumab is a humanized monoclonal antibody that is directed against a specific b- lymphocyte ( a type of white blood cells) receptor called cd-52 and used in the treatment of chronic lymphocytic leukemia . All patients receiving this drug should get prophylactic antivirals and antibiotics. ...Read more
Are the effects of long-term amphetamine use (adderall) different than the effects of long-term methamphetamine use?#nqlu i've heard that the molecular structure of Adderall is virtually the same as that of methamphetamine. Will long-term use (10 years s
They aren't the same: Small differences in the molecules can make all the difference in the world. The is one carbon atom difference between beverage alcohol and wood alcohol, and one will cause you to go blind and can kill you with a single drink, and the other one doesn't. When taken as prescribed and monitored for side effects, adderal has been shown to be safe. Some docs give people holidays (weekends, holidays)off. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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