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2 Diethylaminopropiophenone


  • Scientific information is presented in a clear, simple manner designed for students and general readers alike.[books.google.com]
  • In this context, this commentary presents new arguments to contribute to the discussion, as well as recommendations for future studies.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • The metabolite present in the greatest quantity, hippuric acid, represented about 27% of the radioactivity excreted in the urine between 8 and 12 hr after ingestion of drug. Footnotes Received February 2, 1967.[jpet.aspetjournals.org]
  • If you experience any of the following symptoms, call your doctor immediately: fast or irregular heartbeat heart palpitations blurred vision skin rash itching difficulty breathing chest pain fainting swelling of the ankles or feet fever sore throat chills[medlineplus.gov]
  • More worrisome effects are those that require immediate medical attention such as blurred vision, chills, sore throat, fever, painful urination, skin rash, itching and any symptom related to the heart.[leanbodylook.com]
  • […] the following serious side effects that require immediate medical attention: Blurred vision Heart palpitations Itching Irregular heartbeat Swelling of the ankles or feet Skin rash Chest pain Painful urination Difficulty breathing Fainting Sore throat Chills[order-phentermineonline.com]
  • […] doctor immediately if any of the following side effects occur: Rare Seeing, hearing, or feeling things that are not there severe mental changes shortness of breath Incidence not known Black, tarry stools blurred vision burning while urinating chest pain chills[allinahealth.org]
  • Fever or chills. Sore throat. Any unexplained bruising or bleeding. Seizures. Shortness of breath. Swelling in the arms or legs. Trouble controlling body movements. Feeling very tired or weak. For males, enlarged breasts. Period (menstrual) pain.[mskcc.org]
  • ICD-10) codes: Overweight and obesity - E66 Obesity due to excess calories - E66.0 Morbid (severe) obesity due to excess calories - E66.01 Other obesity due to excess calories - E66.09 Drug-induced obesity - E66.1 Morbid (severe) obesity with alveolar hypoventilation[diethylpropion.medsforsale.xyz]
  • Advanced arteriosclerosis or symptomatic cardiovascular disease Moderate or severe hypertension Hyperthyroidism History of drug abuse MAO inhibitor use (within 14 days) Side effects : Edit Severe: Pulmonary hypertension Stroke Psychosis Cardiovascular : Tachycardia[psychology.wikia.com]
  • CV: Palpitation, tachycardia, precordial pain, rise in BP. GI: Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, constipation, dry mouth, unpleasant taste. Urogenital: Impotence, changes in libido, gynecomastia, menstrual irregularities; polyuria, dysuria.[robholland.com]
  • Chest pain, palpitation, hypertension, tachycardia, atrial and ventricular arrhythmia, and myocardial infarction can occur.[inchem.org]
  • Common Adverse Effects Precordial pain, a b arrhythmia (including ventricular arrhythmia), a b ECG changes, a tachycardia, a b increased BP, a b palpitation, a b dyskinesia, a blurred vision, a b overstimulation, a b nervousness, a b restlessness, a b[drugs.com]
  • Adverse reactions ADVERSE REACTIONS Cardiovascular: Precordial pain, arrhythmia (including ventricular), ECG changes, tachycardia, elevation of blood pressure, palpitation and rare reports of pulmonary hypertension.[epgonline.org]
  • Adverse Reactions: Abuse potential, impairment in hazardous activities, arrhythmias, hypertension, CNS overstimulation, psychosis, dry mouth, GI disturbances, urticaria, impotence, seizures, blood dyscrasias, dyspnea, hair loss, dysuria.[pulmonologyadvisor.com]
  • However, do not forget that your body needs a balanced diet to normalize the metabolism and to maintain good health. Therefore, do not abuse of Diethylpropion; do not abandon the main meals and try to eat at least one healthy balanced meal per day.[amfepramone.net]
  • Diethylpropion Missed Dose In case you forget to take one dose, take the missed dosage immediately as it comes to mind. However, it is advisable to skip the missed dosage if it is already time for the next one.[order-phentermineonline.com]
Personality Change
  • changes. a Abrupt discontinuance following prolonged high dosage may result in extreme fatigue, depression, and sleep EEG changes. a General Precautions Prescribe and dispense in the smallest feasible quantity to minimize possibility of overdosage. a[drugs.com]


Bicarbonate Decreased
  • Drug: Acetazolamide, sodium bicarbonate decrease diethylpropion elimination; ammonium chloride, ascorbic acid increase diethylpropion elimination; a barbiturate and diethylpropion taken together may antagonize the effects of both drugs; furazolidone may[robholland.com]


  • 2006 Aug [Drug treatment of obesity]. 2006 Jan 9 Anti-obesity drugs and neural circuits of feeding. 2008 Apr Rimonabant: the evidence for its use in the treatment of obesity and the metabolic syndrome. 2008 Feb 29 Maternal fluoxetine treatment decreases[drugs.ncats.io]
  • The need for the treatment of obese patients in general practice is discussed, as is the role of anorexiant therapy.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
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  • . 5 At present, only sibutramine and orlistat are approved for long-term obesity treatment.[nature.com]


  • 9.1.1 Ingestion 9.1.2 Inhalation 9.1.3 Skin exposure 9.1.4 Eye contact 9.1.5 Parenteral exposure 9.1.6 Other 9.2 Chronic poisoning 9.2.1 Ingestion 9.2.2 Inhalation 9.2.3 Skin exposure 9.2.4 Eye contact 9.2.5 Parenteral exposure 9.2.6 Other 9.3 Course, prognosis[inchem.org]


  • In a case-control epidemiological study, the use of anorectic agents, including diethylpropion, was associated with an increased risk of developing pulmonary hypertension, a rare, but often fatal disorder.[recallguide.org]
  • Epidemiologically, the appetite suppressants that are clearly associated with PPH are mainly fenfluramine, dexfenfluramine, and aminorex, which caused an epidemic of PPH during the late sixties in central Europe 8 .[erj.ersjournals.com]
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  • Page 660 - Corticotropin releasing hormone in the pathophysiology of melancholic and atypical depression and in the mechanism of action of antidepressant drugs. ‎[books.google.com]
  • […] on the management of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in children and adults: patient considerations and the role of lisdexamfetamine. 2009 Pharmacological and neurotoxicological actions mediated by bupropion and diethylpropion. 2009 Obesity: pathophysiology[drugs.ncats.io]


  • This allowed molecular genetic counselling and prevention of potentially harmful drug exposure in the patient's son treated for attention deficit disorder with methylphenidate, an amphetamine-related drug.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov]
  • Prevent episodes of anorexigenic effect. Effective weight pills were high blood pressure. Insurance company corepharm produces intended to or disease. Original trademarks tenuate, containing pay for production.[garrahan.gov.ar]
  • Prescribe limited supply to prevent overdose. Pregnancy (Cat.B). Nursing mothers. Pharmacologic Class: Sympathomimetic. Interactions: Hypertensive crisis with MAOIs. Blocks guanethidine. Adverse reaction with alcohol.[pulmonologyadvisor.com]
  • Prescribe limited supply to prevent overdose. Pregnancy (Cat.B). Nursing mothers. See Also: Diethylpropion sustained-release tabs Pharmacological Class: Sympathomimetic. Interactions: Hypertensive crisis with MAOIs. Blocks guanethidine.[mycme.com]

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