dothiepin

dothiepin

A tricyclic antidepressant, see there.

dothiepin

Dosulepin, a TRICYCLIC antidepressant drug. A brand name is Prothiaden.
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Cases have been described where amitriptyline and dothiepin (the analogue of amitriptyline used in Europe) have been used to get a feeling of euphoria.
Annual spend - PS9,002,824 | Dosulepin - formerly known as dothiepin, it is a tricyclic antidepressant.
The antidepressant drugs successfully reversed by Intralipid include: dothiepin, amitriptyline, fluoxetine, sertraline, dosulepin, venlafaxine, and bupropion.
Ferraro, "Hyponatraemia and confusion in a 70-year-old female when bupropion was added to dothiepin and escitalopram," Australasian Psychiatry, vol.
A comparative study of acute and subchronic effects of dothiepin, fluoxetine and placebo on psychomotor and actual driving performance.
The antidepressants used by these students were citalopram, fluoxetine and dothiepin.
Greater toxicity in overdose of dothiepin than of other tricyclic antidepressants.
Toxicology results from a postmortem showed the presence of alcohol and an anti-depressant drug Dothiepin.
A post-mortem confirmed that Miss Bates died from an overdose of Dothiepin anti-depressants which belonged to her boyfriend.
Unlike the earlier "tricyclics" (amitripyline, clomipramine, dothiepin, imipramine, etc.
A toxicology examination later revealed she had taken a fatal overdose of dothiepin, a tricyclic anti-depressant.
Fluoxetine and Dothiepin Therapy in Primary Care and Health Resource Utilization: Evidence from the United Kingdom.