dothiepin


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dothiepin

A tricyclic antidepressant, see there.

dothiepin

Dosulepin, a TRICYCLIC antidepressant drug. A brand name is Prothiaden.
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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.
Substitution rates equal to or more than 80% were found in certain pharmacological classes during the study period, that is, the tricyclic antidepressants (specifically amitriptyline [10 mg and 25 mg], dothiepin 75 mg and trimipramine 50 mg during 2004-2005 and dothiepin 25 mg during 2006) and the selective mono-amine oxidase inhibitors (including moclobemide 300 mg during 2005 and moclobemide 150 mg during 2004-2006).
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.
Pharmacodynamic interactions of this kind have been reported in 3 cases, one treated simultaneously with dothiepin, one with chloroquine and one with delta-aminolaevulinic acid (Schulz, 2001).
He started going to Barrhead Health Centre in June 2002 and was prescribed the antidepressant dothiepin, then diazepam to help him sleep.
Worcestershire Coroner's Court was told that Amy Rose Tipton took a fatal dose of dothiepin after leaving a note 'saying goodbye' to her family and friends.
A post-mortem later revealed the cause of death to be dothiepin poisoning, consistent with a fatal drugs overdose.
Gary Jones, 20, pretended to swallow the daily dothiepin tranquilliser tablet handed out by staff at Bridgend's Parc Prison.