anxiolytic drug

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The results also showed that the complication rates of men and women were similar if they were treated with an anxiolytic drug.
This extract was able to increase significantly the time spent and number of entries of mice in the aversive spaces of the plus-maze and light-dark tests; these results indicate anxiolytic activity comparable with that produced by DZP, the standard anxiolytic drug.
Patients who took narcotics were more likely to report poor health-related quality of life, to also use antidepressants and anxiolytic drugs, and to have more hospitalizations and surgeries than IBS patients who don't use narcotics.
The research suggests that "the usual sedative doses of anxiolytic drugs during spinal anesthesia may lead to an unanticipated oversedation with its undesirable clinical consequences," Dr.
Dopamine receptor agonists and serotonin receptor agonists and benzodiazepene receptor agonists are used as anxiolytic drugs (Maliok 1983, Rang 1995).
Condensed from chapters on pharmacotherapy in their volume Psychiatry, Second Edition from 2003, chapters are organized by drug class: antipsychotics, antidepressants, mood stabilizers, anxiolytic drugs, sedative-hypnotic agents, psychostimulants, cognitive enhancers and treatments for Alzheimer's Disease, and drugs for substance abuse disorders.
Nationally hypnotic and anxiolytic drugs cost pounds 755 per 1,000 people.
Although it is stated in the LSD Emit package insert that samples from patients taking chlorpromazine may produce positive results with the assay, we found that many different medications resulted in false-positive assay results in vitro, including antipsychotic drugs, antidepressants, anxiolytic drugs, antiemetic medication, analgesics, cardiovascular medications, and antibiotics.
1990), and are reliably decreased by treatment with anxiolytic drugs (e.
In the United States, which represents a large market for anxiolytic drugs, anxiety affects 19 million people.
Contrast on the first postshift day may represent a detection of change and response to it; there may be no conflict involved in this initial reaction and thus anxiolytic drugs are ineffective (Flaherty, Grigson, & Lind, 1990).
The investigators concluded that kava was "relatively safe" as a treatment for anxiety, noting that an alternative to synthetic, potentially addictive anxiolytic drugs would be "a welcome addition to the therapeutic repertoire" (Cochrane Database Syst.