nikethamide


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nikethamide

An ANALEPTIC drug used in the treatment of light coma, drowsiness and inadequate depth of respiration. It can raise the level of consciousness in comatose patients so that they can be encouraged to cough and bring up bronchial secretions.

nikethamide

a central nervous system and respiratory stimulant.
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The interactions between pharmaceuticals such as nicotine, nicotinic acid, nicotinamide and nikethamide with new environmentally sensitive hydrogels were investigated.
Although it can't be proven that he consumed nikethamide unintentionally it equally can't be proven that an otherwise model athlete took it intentionally.
The American tested positive for banned stimulant nikethamide on April 24, but claimed it had entered her system through Coramine Glucose tablets and that, as there was no intention to improve her performance with the substance, she should have been clear.
The American tested positive for banned stimulant nikethamide on April 24, but claimed it had entered her system through Coramine Glucose tablets and as there was no intention to improve her performance with the substance, she should have been clear.
World womes' 100m champion Torri Edwards will learn on Tuesday if she will be able to compete in the Athens Olympics after a positive test for the stimulant nikethamide.
Edwards, the reigning world champion in the 100m, tested positive for the stimulant nikethamide at meeting in Martinique in April.
Edwards, 27, was found to have a trace amount of the prohibited stimulant nikethamide in a urine sample given in competition at a meet in Martinique on April 24.
Edwards tested positive for nikethamide after a meeting in Martinique on April 24 and IAAF spokesman Nick Davies told PA International: "Both Edwards' A and B samples tested positive after the meeting.
Central nervous system stimulants: Strychnine, picrotoxin, pentylenetetrazol, and miscellaneous agents (Doxapran, Nikethamide, Methylphenidate).
As pharmaceutical intermediates, it can also be used in producing hexanicit, niacin tocopherol acetate, nikethamide, etc.
Swelling studies indicated that swelling increased with the following order: water > nicotine > nikethamide > nicotinamide > nicotinic acid.
Cilic, 25, currently ranked 47th in the world, tested positive for the stimulant nikethamide at the Munich Open in May and was banned for nine months by an independent tribunal in September, the report said.