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 [an″te-, an″ti-pi´rēn]
a compound formerly used as an analgesic and antipyretic, now replaced by safer and more effective agents. Its current uses are as a component of multi-ingredient ear drop solutions and complexed with chloral hydrate in dichloralphenazone, a sedative and hypnotic used for headaches. Called also phenazone.
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The Pb suppressive effect on liver CYP2A6 seen here supports findings from previous reports on diminished phenazone metabolism in Pb-exposed workers (Fischbein et al.
Active principle group Test Result Tannin Gelatin +++ Lead acetate +++ Phenazone +++ Fe[Cl.sub.3] test +++ Phlobatannin Hydrochloric acid test ++ Gallic acid Vanilin test ++ Flavonoids Shinoda's test +++ Wilson's +++ Lead acetate +++ Alkaline reagent +++
Group C received a topical anesthetic (amethocaine and phenazone) 5 drops 3 times daily.
Tinder, P (1969) Determination of blood glucose using 4-amino phenazone as oxygen acceptor.
Heberer and Stan are part of a Berlin research team that has found drugs for regulating concentrations of lipids in the blood (such as phenazone and fenofibrate) and analgesics (including ibuprofen and diclofenac) in groundwater beneath a sewage treatment plant.
(a) Drug Year 2000 (n = 3808) Amphetamine 2395 (63%) Tetrahydrocannabinol 1119 (29%) Diazepam 743 (20%) Morphine 382 (10%) Methamphetamine 364 (10%) Flunitrazepam 347 (9%) Codeine 245 (6%) Paracetamol (acetaminophen) 129 (3%) MDMA 116 (3%) Phenazone 109 (3%) Benzoylecgonine 89 (2%) Nitrazepam 81 (2%) Alprazolam 80 (2%) d-Proxyphene 67 (2%) (a) Note that many specimens contained several different drug classes.
NSAIDs commercial can be grouped, based on a chemical point of view, into three main classes: (1) carboxylic acids, (2) phenazones (pyrazolones, oxicams), and (3) nonacidic compounds.