SRI

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AcronymDefinition
SRISexual Recovery Institute (est. 1995; California)
SRIScientific Research Institute (Menlo Park, CA)
SRIStanford Research Institute (now called SRI International)
SRISocially Responsible Investing
SRISpace Research Institute
SRISummer Research Internship (various schools)
SRISilk Road Initiative (various organizations)
SRIShort Ram Intake (automobiles)
SRISerotonin Reuptake Inhibitor
SRISolar Reflectance Index
SRIScripps Research Institute
SRISouthwest Research Institute (San Antonio, Texas)
SRISystems Research Inc.
SRIStrategic Research Institute (various locations)
SRIService des Relations Internationales (French: International Relations Office)
SRISumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd. (Japan)
SRIScholastic Reading Inventory (education)
SRISilk Road International (China)
SRISunnybrook Research Institute (Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Toronto, ON, Canada)
SRISustainable Responsible Investment (various organizations)
SRISouthern Research Institute (University of Alabama at Birmingham)
SRISocial Responsibility Initiative (various locations)
SRISiena Research Institute
SRISend Routing Information (cellular)
SRISteel Recycling Institute
SRIStudent Recruitment and International (Australia)
SRIService Reminder Indicator
SRISignal Rate Indicator
SRIShort Ram Intake
SRISystem Request Interface
SRISelf-Report Inventory
SRISwiss Radio International
SRISupplier Registration Information
SRISouthern Rhode Island
SRISyndicat des Régies Internet (French: Union of Internet Boards)
SRISilsoe Research Institute (UK)
SRISud Robinetterie Industrie (French: South Taps Industry; est. 1978)
SRISelective Reuptake Inhibitor (drug)
SRISpecial Research Initiative
SRISoc.Religion.Islam (newsgroup)
SRIServiciul Roman de Informatii (Romanian Intelligence Service)
SRISaudi Refining, Inc. (Houston, TX)
SRISapsis Rigging, Inc. (Lansdowne, PA)
SRISystème de Riziculture Intensive (French: System of Rice Intensification; Madagascar)
SRIStatistical Reference Index (resource)
SRISensory Research Institute
SRISecurity Risk Intelligence (software)
SRISecurity Resources, Inc. (Cherry Hill, NJ)
SRISchool Readiness Initiative (various locations)
SRISoftware Release Information
SRISocorro Rojo Internacional
SRIStar Reefers, Inc. (vessels; various locations)
SRISilk Road Intelligencer (web publication; Kazakhstan)
SRISoftware Risk Item (software quality assurance)
SRISoftware Reuse Initiative
SRISacrum Romanum Imperium (Latin: Sacred Roman Empire, codices and manuscripts)
SRISystem Rice Intensification
SRISmarter Retailing Initiative (Microsoft Corp.)
SRISophia Research Institute, Ltd. (Japan)
SRISurvey Research Indonesia
SRISignal Related Information (Signals Intelligence)
SRIsurveillance, reconnaissance, and intelligence (US Marine Corps)
SRISasquatch Research Initiative
SRIStudent Radio Initiative
SRISoils Research Institute (Ghana)
SRIService National pour Les Relations Avec l'Islam (French: National Service for Islam Relations)
SRISelf-Referencing Interferometer
SRISafety Related Instrumentation
SRISource Route Indicator
SRISIP Relay Interface
SRISouthern Rizal Institute (Pateros, Metro Manila, Philippines)
SRISystem Reliability Institute
SRIStoreroom Item
SRISpecial Reporting Item
SRISystèmes, Réseaux et Internet (French: Systems, Networks and Internet)
SRIStandard/Standing Request for Information
SRISelective Retention Indicator
SRISteady Receive Indication
SRIStandby Request for Information
SRISupply Requisition Inquiry
SRISnowy River Institute (Australia)
SRISymptomatic Respiratory Infection (medical disorder)
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Of 137 physicians who returned a questionnaire, 72% reported that they usually told patients to take a serotonin selective reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) for at least 6 months.
* Non-hormonal alternatives to handle your symptoms include serotonin selective reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) and Neurontin for hot flashes, low-dose vaginal estrogen for dryness, and over-the-counter remedies.
"She also learns that the anxiety response is normal after traumatic events and is taught not to take responsibility or feel guilty for anything inflicted on her." Medication is often used, particularly serotonin selective reuptake inhibitors like sertraline (Zoloft) and paroxetine (Paxil), which some evidence suggests may work better in women with PTSD than in men.
Many antidepressants are SSRI's or Serotonin Selective Reuptake Inhibitors that try to maintain serotonin in the brain, but they may also cause significant side effects.
In fact, these same effects have been seen with serotonin and/or norepinephrine selective reuptake inhibitors, monoamine oxidase inhibitors, tricyclic antidepressants, lithium, and electroconvulsive therapy (both single and multiple exposure).
An effect-size analysis of the relative efficacy and tolerability of serotonin selective reuptake inhibitors for panic disorder.
Some of these drugs blocked the reuptake of both serotonin and noradrenaline approximately equally (e.g., amitriptyline).[5] The introduction of tricyclic drugs, which selectively block the reuptake of either serotonin (the serotonin selective reuptake inhibitors, [SSRI]) or noradrenaline to a greater or lesser degree, now allows greater flexibility in the choice of drug used.
However, as the name implies, SSRI drugs are highly selective reuptake inhibitors and have little effect on other neurotransmitters, such as norepinephrine or dopamine.
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