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pemoline

 [pem´o-lēn]
a central nervous system stimulant used in treatment of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.

pemoline

/pem·o·line/ (pem´ah-lēn) a central nervous system stimulant used in the treatment of attention-deficit.

pemoline

Cytert® Pharmacology A psychostimulant used to manage ADD Adverse effects Toxic hepatitis-monitoring of LFTs may be inadequate to prevent liver failure, transient tics

pemoline

a central nervous system stimulant, similar to dexamphetamine.
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A total of 150,359 subjects used ADHD medications, including methylphenidate (45%), amphetamines (44%), atomoxetine, (8%), and pemoline (3%).
Stimulants such as methylphenvdate, amphetamines, and pemoline, as well as the selective norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor atomoxetine, are known to raise heart rate and to increase systolic blood pressure by approximately 2-5 mm Hg and diastolic blood pressure by 1-3 mm Hg.
Data Source: A retrospective population-based cohort study involving 443,198 subjects aged 25-64 years, of whom 150,359 were using methylphenidate, amphetamines, pemoline, or atomoxetine for ADHD.
Pemoline was first approved by the FDA in 1975 primarily for attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and excessive sleepiness (narcolepsy).
She is the fourth trainer in 2010 from South Wales to be fined for the discovery of livestock wormer tetramisole, given to horses in the belief it stimulates the immune system as a pick-me-up, or its related performanceenhancing substance pemoline.
Nos anos 1930, pesquisas mostraram que drogas estimulantes como o Metilfenidato e Pemoline aumentavam o nivel de catecolaminas no cerebro, normalizando temporariamente os comportamentos classicos do TDAH (Smith & Strick, 2001; Zametkin & Rapoport, 1987).
Use of ginseng or stimulants in the prior 6 weeks (modafinil, pemoline, methylphenidate).
45) Level II-3 evidence for beneficial effects of the dopaminergic agent pemoline has been shown in a single-arm, randomized, placebo-controlled, 8-week crossover trial including 46 patients reporting excellent or good relief of fatigue in 46.
Pemoline (Cylert [R]) (75 mg qd) is a central nervous system stimulant that may be helpful for short-term treatment of MS related fatigue.
Medications that have been used to treat MS-related fatigue include amantadine, pemoline, modafinil, and aspirin (Bakshi; Kos et al.
methylphenidate, pemoline, provigil); anxiolytic/sedative--hypnotics which includes, benzodiazepines (e.