Dexedrine


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Dexedrine

 [dek´sĕ-drēn]
trademark for preparations of dextroamphetamine, a central nervous system stimulant.

Dexedrine

(dĕk′sĭ-drĭn, -drēn′)
A trademark for the drug dextroamphetamine sulfate.

Dexedrine

a trademark for a central nervous system stimulant with indications for narcolepsy and attention deficit disorder with hyperactivity (dextroamphetamine sulfate).

Dexedrine®

Pharmacology An amphetamine used to manage narcolepsy, ADD and possibly AIDS-related fatigue. See AIDS.

Dexedrine

A brand name for DEXAMPHETAMINE (dexamfetamine).

Patient discussion about Dexedrine

Q. My child is having autism and is given Dexedrine ….does this has any side effects?

A. Because it is a stimulant,the more common side effects may include:
Excessive restlessness, over stimulation.
here and there you can find abuse of that stimulant and the
effects of chronic heavy abuse of Dexedrine may include:
Hyperactivity, irritability, personality changes, schizophrenia-like thoughts and behavior, severe insomnia, severe skin disease.

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In 2002, a national study of behaviour modifying drugs on Australian school children found that twenty five per cent of drugs such as Ritalin and Dexedrine, intended for the treatment of ADHD, were being taken for other conditions that would not be helped by such stimulants.
She looked at her pills: her cache of Librium, glossy black and green capsules--five hundred or more; Valiums in blue; Xanax all pearly white; red and grey Darvons; Ludiomills in good-morning-sunshine orange; tricoloured Tuinal in red, redder, and baby blue; drab brown Triaval in the 4-10 proportion; there were pastel orange methadone diskets (just two); some chalk white meprobomate in the generic--wipe you out for sure; multicolored Dexedrine spansules, passionate purple Parnate; there were her Nembutals, and the sea-green, let's-do-the-job-up-right Placidyl gel caps (Baby Dills) --the pills and capsules suddenly became an object of immense beauty, a treasure.
059 cents/mg; Dexedrine, SmithKline Beecham, 10-mg pill, 0.
The prescription stimulants most commonly abused by teens are Dexedrine, Ritalin, and Addcrall.
Treatment options for children and adolescents with ADHD and other conditions include Strattera (atomoxetine), Adderall (amphetamine mixed salts), and Concerta (methylphenidate), as well as Ritalin (methylphenidate HCl) and Dexedrine (dextroamphetamine sulfate).
In Harry Gregg's autobiography, the Manchester United legend talks of players in that same decade regularly taking speed, or amphetamine dexedrine, without a care in the world.
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Though maker Eli Lilly did extensive testing on Strattera, whether the drug proves to be as effective and safe as gold-standard stimulants Ritalin and Dexedrine remains to be seen.
Curiously, considering the band's almost evangelical stance against drugs and alcohol, the name came from the amphetamine dexedrine, a stimulant favoured by Northern Soul dancers.
Former Wales wing Adrian Hadley came clean last week when he admitted taking the amphetamine dexedrine before Wales's 16-15 victory over Scotland in 1986.
Some of the drugs (Ritalin, Dexedrine, and Xanax, for instance) are legal for use with a doctor's prescription, while others (alcohol, cigarettes) are legal for recreational use by adults, but illegal to sell to minors.
of death, the Dexedrine clouds & poison-pen letters floating back to earth,