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(F13 22 Sedative hypnotic or anxiolytic dependence with intoxication)
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  • Investigation of allyphenyline efficacy in the treatment of alcohol withdrawal symptoms. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Pharmacol 2015; 760:122-8Ubaldi M, Del Bello F, … Nasuti C
  • We have recently demonstrated that allyphenyline, behaving as α2C-adrenoceptor/serotonin 5-HT1A receptor agonist and α2A-adrenoceptor antagonist, in mice enhanced morphine analgesia, attenuated morphine withdrawal symptoms, showed significant antidepressant-like activity and was devoid of sedative side effects. Opioid and alcohol withdrawal shares several common neurobiological and molecular mech…
  • Ethanol-induced plasticity of GABAA receptors in the basolateral amygdala. [Journal Article]
    Neurochem Res 2014; 39(6):1162-70Lindemeyer AK, Liang J, … Spigelman I
  • Acute and chronic ethanol (EtOH) administration is known to affect function, surface expression, and subunit composition of γ-aminobutyric acid (A) receptors (GABAARs) in different parts of the brain, which is believed to play a major role in alcohol dependence and withdrawal symptoms. The basolateral amygdala (BLA) participates in anxiety-like behaviors including those induced by alcohol withdra…
  • [Why benzodiazepines are still in wide use?]. [Journal Article]
    Acta Med Croatica 2012; 66(2):137-40Vlastelica M, Jelaska M
  • The advent of benzodiazepines in the 1960s provided their wide use in neurology and psychiatry. They proved to be myorelaxant and anticonvulsive therapy in neurology; their anxiolytic and hypnotic properties have made them the treatment of choice for insomnia and anxiety problems; they have also been used in alcohol withdrawal and in anesthesia, and for a wide range of treatments in other clinica…
  • [A serious "acetaldehyde syndrome" compounded by dopamine]. [Case Reports]
    Ann Fr Anesth Reanim 2011; 30(2):150-2Amireche N, Petit JS, … Leon A
  • Disulfiram is commonly used in the treatment of alcohol dependence. It induces aversive symptoms after alcohol ingestion: the "acetaldehyde syndrome". Most often "acetaldehyde syndrome" is moderate but severe life-threatening symptoms may occur in specific circumstances. We report the case of a serious "acetaldehyde syndrome" with shock compounded by the initial administration of dopamine. Discus…
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