dexamphetamine


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dexamphetamine

Dexamfetamine, the DEXTROROTATORY form of amphetamine (amfetamine) sulphate, a drug sometimes used to treat NARCOLEPSY, hyperactivity in children and as an ANALEPTIC in hypnotic poisoning. It is widely abused. A brand name is Dexedrine.
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* Treatment guidelines of the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE) on methylphenidate, atomoxetine and dexamphetamine for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) in children and adolescents [6]
Differential dose-response effects of dexamphetamine sulphate on hunger and mood in human volunteers.
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Between March 2008 and November 2009, Schultz prescribed dexamphetamine to the patient, the complaint stated, despite knowing she had a history of drug abuse.
The prescription of dexamphetamine to patients with schizophrenia and amphetamine dependence.
There are three main types of medication found to be effective; methyl phenidate, or Ritalin as it is more commonly known, dexamphetamine and atomoxetine.
In the context of deliberate use for non-medical purposes, one-third (33%) of participants had ever used antidepressants with ecstasy, and 13% had combined dexamphetamine or methylphenidate with ecstasy.
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) methylphenidate, atomoxetine and dexamphetamine, review no.
That study compared bupropion with dexamphetamine and showed essentially no abuse liability of bupropion (Br.
Treatments for Disorders of Hypersomnia Condition Nonpharmacologic Pharmacologic Insufficient Increasing sleep time, Not recommended sleep syndrome with naps, for example Obstructive sleep Using continuous positive Modafinil for residual apnea airway pressure (CPAP) or excessive sleepiness oral appliance, having despite CPAP surgery Shift work sleep Napping, avoiding morning Modafinil, hypnotics disorder (seen in sunlight, protecting sleep blind children environment and others) Narcolepsy Taking prophylactic naps Modafinil, dexamphetamine, methylphenidate, sodium oxybate Source: Dr.
Some antidepressants can also help with weight loss, as can stimulants like phentermine, dexamphetamine and methamphetamine.