antidopaminergic

antidopaminergic

adjective Preventing or countering dopamine effects.
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Treatment with BELVIQ and any concomitant serotonergic or antidopaminergic agents should be discontinued immediately if the above events occur, and supportive symptomatic treatment should be initiated.
Estrogen, due its antidopaminergic effect, protects women against schizophrenia, however, in women whose reproductivity is over, estrogen production decreases, thus, leading to the second peak (2).
This theory is based on results of therapeutic trials, sometimes nonblinded (27) and including a limited number of birds, (26) that showed response to treatment with antidepressants such as clomipramine, (27,28) acting as serotonin and norepinephrine reuptake inhibitors with antidopaminergic effects; selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors such as fluoxetine (29); antidopaminergic antipsychotic drugs such as haloperidol (30,31); or opioid inhibitors such as naltrexone.
Additionally there is evidence to suggest that many people with PD are inappropriately prescribed antidopaminergic drugs.
The PRL concentration reached 4 [micro]g/L (174 pmol/L) 1 week after risperidone had been completelydiscontinued and replaced withquetiapine, a less antidopaminergic medication.
Sulpiride, a D2 antagonist of dopamine receptors, and melatonin, a pineal substance with antidopaminergic action, are administered to tinnitus patients to decrease tinnitus perception.
The aim of the present investigation was to assay the ability of Caspian brown trout to produce of semen after injection with three different exogenous GnRHa, in combination with two different antidopaminergic drugs and the effects on the spermiation response of mature non-spermiating male Caspian brown trout.
3] receptor antagonists, corticosteroids, and antidopaminergic agents.
A role for an antidopaminergic pathway in the antiemetic action of propofol, postulated by DiFlorio (21), has since been refuted by two studies (19,22).
Gamma-hydroxybutyrate ligands possess antidopaminergic and neuroleptic-like activities.
Hypertension and intravenous antidopaminergic drugs.
Antidopaminergic compounds reduce schedule-induced polydipsia (Didriksen & Christensen, 1993, 1994; Didriksen, Olsen, & Christensen, 1993; Mittleman, Rosner, & Schaub, 1994; Porter, Goldsmith, McDonough, Heath, & Johnson, 1984; Snodgrass & Allen, 1987; Todd, Beck, & Martin-Iverson, 1992).