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Definition of Analeptic

Analeptic
Analeptic An`a*lep"tic, a. [Gr. ? restorative: cf. F. analeptique. See Analepsis.] (Med.) Restorative; giving strength after disease. -- n. A restorative.

Meaning of Analeptic from wikipedia

- An analeptic, in medicine, is a central nervous system stimulant. The term analeptic typically refers to respiratory analeptics (for example, doxapram)...
- Elwes, Dinah Washington, Leila Pahlavi, and Carole Landis. Bemegride, an analeptic used to treat acute barbiturate overdose Weaver, MF (3 September 2015)...
- Anatomical Therapeutic Chemical Cl****ification System. Psychoanaleptic Analeptic editors, Q. Alan Xu, Timothy L. Madden; Madden, Timothy L. (2012). LC-MS...
- 16-22;105(16):1199-200. PMID 18522262 Boothe DM (2001). "Anticonvulsant drugs and analeptic agents". In Adams HR (ed.). Veterinary pharmacology and therapeutics....
- the synthesis was to obtain a respiratory and circulatory stimulant (analeptic) with no effects on the uterus in analogy to nikethamide (which is also...
- Tripod J (May 1954). "[Ritalin, a new synthetic compound with specific analeptic components]". Klinische Wochenschrift. 32 (19–20): 445–50. doi:10.1007/BF01466968...
- 2-Diphenyl-Methyl-Piperidine Tripod J, Sury E, Hoffmann K (June 1954). "[Analeptic effect of a new piperidine derivative]". Experientia. 10 (6): 261–2. doi:10...
- circadian rhythm, and methylphenidate, which acts similarly; and other analeptic drugs like modafinil and armodafinil with poorly understood mechanisms...
- in 2013, due to concerns over safety. Tacrine was also described as an analeptic agent used to promote mental alertness. Very common (>10% incidence) adverse...
- ring into the lake of fire in the heart of Mount Doom. Flashback (or analeptic reference) General term for altering time sequences, taking characters...
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