phenmetrazine

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phenmetrazine

 [fen-met´rah-zēn]
a central nervous system stimulant, used as an appetite suppressant in the form of the hydrochloride salt; abuse may lead to habituation.

phenmetrazine

/phen·met·ra·zine/ (-met´rah-zēn) a central nervous system stimulant used as an anorectic in the form of the hydrochloride salt; abuse may lead to habituation.

phenmetrazine

A schedule II controlled drug and sympathomimetic amine/CNS stimulant Pharmacologic effects Stimulates satiety center in hypothalamic and limbic regions, inducing CNS stimulation and anorexia. See Fastin, Therapeutic drug monitoring.