buspirone


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Synonyms for buspirone

a drug (trade name BuSpar) designed specifically for anxiety

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Two other agents that have shown some promise for HSDD are bupropion and buspirone. (39) Bupropion is a norepinephrine-dopamine reuptake inhibitor currently approved by the FDA for the treatment of depression (and smoking cessation).
Tapering the antipsychotics was astonishing to her: "I can think clearly again." Within 6 months, she was on buspirone only --though willing to discuss its discontinuation.
Bupropion and buspirone, which were initiated 2 weeks prior, were discontinued because Mr.
Multiple 5-HT agonists and antagonists have shown efficacy on reducing shivering, including buspirone, tramadol, and ondansetron, among others.
Temple, "Buspirone: review of its pharmacology and current perspectives on its mechanism of action," The American Journal of Medicine, vol.
Lybrido is a combination of testosterone and sildenafil, while Lybridos combines testosterone with buspirone. Both products are oral tablets, taken on demand.
Direct comparisons between pairs of augmentations (Table 1) showed that efficacy non-significantly favoured: lithium over AEDs; TCAs over lithium; AAPs over buspirone; AEDs over AAPs and buspirone; T3 over lithium, AAPs and buspirone; and CBT over AAPs and buspirone.
Among them, 11 patients with anxiety who did not have prominent depressive symptoms were administered buspirone (15 to 30 mg/ d); 9 patients with depression who did not have prominent anxiety were administered sertraline (50 to 100 mg/d); and 36 patients with comorbid anxiety and depression were administered both buspirone (15 to 20 mg/d) and sertraline (50 to 100 mg/d).
The present paper deals with the planning and realization of mucoadhesive polymeric films containing an anxiolytic drug buspirone hydrochloride for the buccal administration in the oral cavity.
Because of the poor control of symptoms of depression Lamotrigine was added to her other medications (Sertaline and Buspirone which she had been taking for many months).
We revealed for the first time that prenatal stress induces strengthening inflammatory pain-related response in the formalin test and decrease of adaptive capacities in infant rats; chronic injections of an agonist of serotonin (5-HT) receptors 1A (5-HT1A) buspirone to dams prior to stress during gestation cancel the adverse consequences of the stress in the offspring [21].
Buspirone (a [5-HT.sub.1A] receptor agonist used for anxiety) may interact with monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAOIs), such as isocarboxazid, phenelzine, and tranylcypromine.
CNS drugs: Alfentanil (oral), Buspirone, Dextromethorphan, Fentanyl (oral), Ketamine (oral), Lurasidone, Oxycodone, Pimozide, Quetiapine, Triazolam, Ziprasidone
Adjunctive medications such as carbamazepine, valproate, propranolol, clonidine, buspirone and trazodone are used in these cases.
Among the some 200 new or revised monographs are ones on buspirone, linezolid, didanosine, ribavirin, dronedarone, protease inhibitors, and oxycodone and rifamcyins.