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Fastin

 [fas´tin]
trademark for a preparation of phentermine hydrochloride, an appetite suppressant.

fastin

Drug slang A street term for amphetamine, and any other neuropharmacologic agent used by dieters
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Peba and SuperQuick showed no significant variance among samples while Fastin (range 171 to 197 N) and Mainstay (range 163 to 206 N) each showed moderate but statistically significant variation among the four samples.
Suture in Fastin and SuperQuick failed at much lower strengths compared to 0[degrees] when strained at 90[degrees] or 90/90[degrees].
At both 90[degrees] and 90/90[degrees], all suture in Fastin failed before the knots and, likewise, all in SuperQuick at 90[degrees] and 75% at 90/90[degrees] failed before the knots.
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Thus Fastin might be a lousy name for a sports car, but a good name for a diet pill.
IMS HEALTH also reported that although the North American anti-obesity market grew steadily in the early 1990s, it has been in decline since 1996 due to withdrawal of "fen-phen" prescription combinations such as Pondimin (a fenfluramine) and lonamin or Fastin (both phentermines).
1999 Product Prescriptions Sales Total 34,500 $2,572,109 Xenical 23,500 $2,206,122 Lonamin 6,900 $237,415 Tenuate Dospan 2,800 $94,558 Tenuate 700 $15,646 Sanorex 300 $11,565 Fastin 300 $6,803 Redux Less than 100 less than $680 Source: IMS HEALTH
Sutures in Fastin and SuperQuick anchors at 90[degrees] and 90[degrees]/90[degrees] br oke easily.
Table 1 Prescription Appetite Suppressant Medications Generic Name Trade Name(s) Dexfenfluramine Redux (Withdrawn) Diethylpropion Tenuate, Tenuate dospan Fenfluramine Pondimin (Withdrawn) Mazindol Sanorex, Mazanor Phendimetrazine Bontril, Plegine, Prelu-2, X-Trozine Phentermine Adipex-P, Fastin, Ionamin, Oby-trim Sibutramine Meridia
Several companies under different brand names manufactured Phentermine, including Ionamin, manufactured by Medeva Pharmaceuticals, and Fastin, made by SmithKline Beecham.
Ionamin, Fastin and Adipex-P) and a serious valvular heart disease.