antidopaminergic

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antidopaminergic

adjective Preventing or countering dopamine effects.
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After she was treated with psychoactive drugs, it was found that clonazepam tablets in the benzodiazepine class and dopamine antagonist olanzapine tablets aggravated double eyelid spasm; while eszopiclone tablets as a specificity a-aminobutyric acid receptor binding drug alleviated this condition.
Co-administration of either a selective D1 or D2 dopamine antagonist with methamphetamine prevents methamphetamine-induced behavioral sensitization and neurochemical change, studied by in vivo intracerebral dialysis.
A safe and effective third antiemetic mechanism is therefore required to treat subsequent PONV and Baremsis, a dopamine antagonist antiemetic, could fulfil this need.
15) The criteria include: exposure to a dopamine antagonist or dopamine agonist withdrawal within the past 72 hours; hyperthermia (defined as [greater than or equal to] 100.
Domperidone is a dopamine antagonist that cannot cross the blood-brain barrier, so is useful for limiting non-motor symptoms and dopaminergic drug effects.
Induction of ovarian maturation and spawning by combined treatment of serotonin and a dopamine antagonist, spiperone in Litopenaeus stylirostris.
Researchers have also found that an acute dose of dopamine antagonist haloperidol reduced the amplitude of the ERG in humans (Holopigian et al.
Headaches caused by other abnormalities in 10 women (11%) were treated with anticonvulsants, anticoagulants, or a dopamine antagonist.
Ziprasidone is a serotonin and dopamine antagonist that was approved by the Food and Drug Administration for use in the treatment of schizophrenia in February 2001.
1996) dopamine antagonist chlorpromazine; chlorpromazine has a number of other documented actions, including the inhibition of nitric oxide synthase (see Discussion).
Breast-feeding women should not take the dopamine antagonist domperidone to induce or increase lactation, because the drug may put them at risk of developing a fatal cardiac arrhythmia, the Food and Drug Administration has warned.
Testing with the dopamine antagonist, domperidone, (10 mg, administered intravenously) produced a normal increase in serum prolactin 30 min after administration (basal prolactin, 663 mIU/L, increasing to 5220 mIU/L; prolactin measured at our endocrine center).