Nardil


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monoamine oxidase inhibitor (trade name Nardil) used to treat clinical depression

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Wallace had been taking Nardil for his depression since 1989.
1990) (rejecting the argument that the especially dangerous nature of the anti-depressant drug Nardil warranted a direct warning to users).
My GP has referred me to a clinical psychologist, who has advised me to take four Nardil tablets per day, plus three horezapam tablets.
There are four types of anti-depressants: Tricyclics, such as Tryptizol (the cheapest, as you'll see from our guide on the right) and Anafranil; Mono amine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs), such as Nardil and Parnate; Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRIs) such as Prozac and Lustral (the most expensive); and Serotonin and Noradrenaline Reuptake Inhibitors (SNRIs), such as Efexor.
We represented the family of a man who bought the drag over-the-counter with no such warnings and took it while he was on Nardil, an antidepressant.
In addition, Libby was taking an antibiotic, the pain-killer Percodan and--of particular importance--the antidepressant Nardil, all prescribed by physicians.
They include Celontin, chloramphenicol injection, Choledyl, Dilantin, Humatin, Ketalar, Loestrin 1/20, Lopid, Milontin, Nardil, Nipent and Zarontin.
Some of the better known antidepressants prescribed in Canada and the USA are Elavil, Desyrel, Sinequan, Tofranil and Nardil.
Antidepressants first appeared on the market in the 1950s and came in basically two varieties: tricyclics, such as Elavil and Tofranil, and monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs), such as Nardil and Parnate.