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DXMDextromethorphan (cough suppressant; sometimes used as a recreational drug)
DXMDeus Ex Machina (Latin: God in the Machine)
DXMData Exchange Manager (shipping software)
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gov/publications/drugfacts/cough-cold-medicine-abuse) NIDA , users of high doses of dextromethorphan described effects in the range of mild stimulation or intoxication and at high dosages sensations of physical distortion and hallucinations.
Amitriptyline * Elavil Dextromethorphan hydrobromide (20 mg)/ quinidine sulfate (10 mg) * Nuedexta Imipramine * Tofranil Moxifloxacin * Avelox Nortriptyline * Pamelor
With quinidine, we can use smaller dosages of dextromethorphan" than might be required if the drug were used by itself and thereby avoid the lethargy that could occur in patients who might require larger dosages of dextromethorphan without quinidine, he said in an interview
After 10 weeks, the 93 patients on dextromethorphan plus quinidine had their average neuropsychiatric inventory domain score for agitation and aggression cut roughly in half, compared with baseline; among 66 control patients, the drop in average score was about 25%, a statistically significant difference for the study's primary endpoint, Dr.
Instead, the findings open the door to evaluating the effects of dextromethorphan on fibromyalgia and other conditions marked by heightened pain sensitivity, according to Staud, an associate professor of medicine at the University of Florida in Gainesville.
A comparison of the effect of honey, dextromethorphan, and diphenhydramine on nightly cough and sleep quality in children and their parents.
Dextromethorphan is a cough suppressant and reliever used for cold.
The present study therefore aims to explore the genotoxic potential of some commonly used opioids like codeine, dextromethorphan and dextropropoxyphene in swiss albino mice.
The alert concerns 12 active ingredients: brompheniramine, chlorphenamine, dextromethorphan, diphenhydramine, ephedrine, guaifenesin, ipecacuanha, phenylephrine, pholcodine, pseudoephedrine, oxymetazoline, and xylometazoline.
A single dose of buckwheat honey before bedtime provided the greatest relief from cough and sleep difficulty in children with upper respiratory tract infections, compared with no treatment and over-the-counter cough medicines using dextromethorphan, according to a report in a recent issue of Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine.
A Penn State study published last year found it superior to dextromethorphan in controlling kids' coughs.