amobarbital


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  • noun

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a barbiturate with sedative and hypnotic effects

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Amobarbital or secobarbital with butalbital, and caffeine [right arrow] "tuinal"; with weak street heroin and methamphetamine [right arrow] "fiorinal".
We were surprised to see that 7 of these students had more of this questioned amobarbital metabolite in their urine than what we considered normal.
Gottlieb was presented with the therapeutic challenge of treating a young man with psychogenic amnesia-the only such case he's ever seen-he obtained the patient's consent to perform an interview using amobarbital sodium.
The effects of sodium amobarbital on odor-based responding in rats.
Classification and Pharmacologic Management of Seizures Seizure First Line Agents New/Alternative Agents Simple Partial phenytoin primidone carbamazepine phenobarbital valproic acid gabapentin lamotrigine felbamate topiramate ethotoin mephenytoin Complex partial phenytoin primidone carbamazepine valproic acid phenobarbital mephobarbital gabapentin lamotrigine felbamate topiramate amobarbital Absence clonazepam methsuximide ethosuximide phensuximide valproic acid lamotrigine trimethadione Myoclonic valproic acid clonazepam Tonic Clonic phenytoin/fosphenytoin phenobarbital carbamazepine primidone valproic acid topiramate Stares epilepticus phenytoin/fosphenytoin diazepam lorazepam phenobarbital diazepam secobarbital pentobarbital
Petersen RC, Sharbrough FW, Jack CR: Intracarotid amobarbital testing in presurgical evaluation of patients with intractable epilepsy.
Conditions under which amobarbital sodium influences contrast in consummatory behavior.
During the acute phase of CD, parenteral amobarbital or lorazepam may be helpful especially if a traumatic event was recently experienced.
Recovery time as a measure of CER strength: effect of benzodiazepines, amobarbital, chlorpromazine and amphetamine.