Nardil


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Nardil

 [nahr´dil]
trademark for a preparation of phenelzine sulfate, an antidepressant.

Nardil

(när′dĭl′)
A trademark for the sulfate form of the drug phenelzine.

Nardil

a trademark for an antidepressant (phenelzine sulfate).

Nardil®

Phenelzine, see there.

Nardil

A brand name for the antidepressant drug PHENELZINE.
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Was the Nardil, in combination with a small dose of Demerol wrongly prescribed in the hospital, the "cause" of her death?
Other treatment types include analogues of GABAs (gamma-aminobutyric acids), such as Remeron; monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs) such as Parnate, Neurontin, Lyrica and Nardil.
4) Educate yourself about foods that may interact negatively with drugs you are taking, such as the dangers of consuming smoked salmon or aged cheese with the monoamine oxidase (MAQ) inhibitors Nardil or Parnate; 5) Factor in your consumption of drugs such as caffeine and alcohol when considering drug interactions; 6) Use medication containers that help you track your daily drug regimen; and 7) Promptly report to your doctor any disturbing symptoms that occur after you begin taking a new drug.
It should not be taken by people on Nardil or other antidepressants containing phenelzine, or by anyone taking allergy or cold remedies containing phenylpropanolamine.
Very few people experience truly dangerous side effects with Prozac--a situation not true of Prozac's predecessors such as Nardil and Endep.
He was prescribed Nardil but has become quarrelsome.
Her father charges that exhaustion caused dents to make a fatal mistake: They prescribed the painkiller Demerol even though Libby had told them she was taking Nardil, an antidepressant.