2 edition of Tranquillizers found in the catalog.
|Statement||[consultants and contributors, Ian K. M. Morton, John Halliday, Judith M. Hall].|
|Contributions||Morton, Ian K. M., Halliday John., Hall, Judith.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xlii, 148 p.|
|Number of Pages||148|
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major tranquilizer former term for antipsychotic agent. minor tranquilizer antianxiety agent. tranquilizer (trang'kwi-līz'ĕr), A drug that promotes tranquility by calming, soothing, quieting Tranquilizers (also called antianxiety drugs) are used to treat a variety of psychiatric disorders which go along with anxiety (anxiety disorders).
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C:\Chemistry\Unitpmd Derivatives of barbituric acid viz., veronal, amytal, nembutal, luminal and seconal constitute an important class of tranquilizers. These derivatives are called barbiturates. Barbiturates are hypnotic, i.e., sleep producing agents.
Some other substances used as tranquilizers are valium and serotonin. (b Canadian Drug Summary: Prescription Sedatives and Tranquilizers Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse • Centre canadien de lutte contre les toxicomanies.
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