Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018014/001.

Names and composition

"DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018014/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
018132/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
018132/002 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per 100ML
018132/003 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 160MG per 100ML
018132/004 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
018138/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
018398/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
018398/002 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
018549/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
018656/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070011/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070012/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070013/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070046/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070047/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070058/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070059/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070087/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070089/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070090/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070091/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070092/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 160MG per ML
070093/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 160MG per ML
070094/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 160MG per ML
070364/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 160MG per ML
070558/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070559/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070656/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070657/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070799/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070820/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070826/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 160MG per ML
072999/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
073000/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
074403/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017395/001 INTROPIN DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
017395/002 INTROPIN DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
017395/003 INTROPIN DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 160MG per ML
018014/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
018132/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
018132/002 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per 100ML
018132/003 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 160MG per 100ML
018132/004 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
018138/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
018398/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
018398/002 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
018549/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
018656/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
018826/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE IN DEXTROSE 5% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per 100ML
018826/002 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE IN DEXTROSE 5% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 160MG per 100ML
018826/003 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE IN DEXTROSE 5% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 320MG per 100ML
019099/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE AND DEXTROSE 5% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per 100ML
019099/002 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE AND DEXTROSE 5% DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per 100ML
019099/003 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE AND DEXTROSE 5% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 160MG per 100ML
019099/004 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE AND DEXTROSE 5% DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 320MG per 100ML
019615/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE IN DEXTROSE 5% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per 100ML
019615/002 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE IN DEXTROSE 5% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 160MG per 100ML
019615/003 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE IN DEXTROSE 5% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 320MG per 100ML
019615/004 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE IN DEXTROSE 5% IN PLASTIC CONTAINER DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 640MG per 100ML
020542/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE IN DEXTROSE 5% DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 1.6MG per ML
070011/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070012/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070013/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070046/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070047/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070058/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070059/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070087/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070089/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070090/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070091/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070092/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 160MG per ML
070093/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 160MG per ML
070094/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 160MG per ML
070364/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 160MG per ML
070558/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070559/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070656/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070657/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070799/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
070820/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
070826/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 160MG per ML
072999/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML
073000/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 80MG per ML
074403/001 DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE DOPAMINE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION 40MG per ML

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Answered questions

What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Cedric Akins 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Celina Bassolino 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Antonia Zehrer 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Roosevelt Wojtanik 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Maryanna Ragins 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Carlos Sofranko 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Kayleen Hollandsworth 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Xochitl Megill 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Bud School 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Bettyann Robishaw 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Wilhemina Midyett 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Chasity Maggi 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Perla Gallegos 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Tory Hoggins 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Jude Bazer 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Mayola Courts 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Stevie Giallorenzo 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Ilene Leuze 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Elois Jablon 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Francina Colom 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Zonia Amezcua 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Jayna Boucher 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Jenice Mahabir 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Kimberley Delosangeles 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Ned Steeg 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Gigi Stammel 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Sigrid Candle 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Cliff Litster 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Dion Lippitt 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Florene Eisenbrandt 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Onita Hodnett 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Sanjuana Watry 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Yuriko Ozane 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Paulita Eagan 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Lilliana Mirman 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Lesha Veerkamp 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Tamica Scherz 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Michelle Lorino 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Mavis Smylie 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Jutta Lajoye 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Minda Palczynski 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Hildred Aurges 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Vinita Kurkowski 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Elisa Doub 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Berta Sheer 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Dian Caplinger 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Cleo Hartenstein 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Kim Privett 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Bev Murch 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Lowell Vinger 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Kitty Paras 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Guadalupe Grammes 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Cary Jinkerson 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Bennie Jinwright 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Chelsey Bazydlo 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Lonnie Maslowsky 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Lavonia Ridgill 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Gia Gorena 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Jeffery Kali 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Kate Issacs 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Hyo Estanislau 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Renaldo Napierala 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Jaclyn Ruttinger 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Shayne Fiallos 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Numbers Althiser 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Annamarie Arnsberger 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Hermila Mcconney 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Bell Vanmiddleswor 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Hildred Thornberry 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Adan Lasser 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Nelda Humiston 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Sau Paramo 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Man Blender 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Shawn Veneri 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Penni Hammang 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Kia Switcher 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Dewey Scholfield 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Claude Mitchener 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Carl Mincey 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Glen Baptista 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Rebbecca Kalis 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Tiffiny Flinton 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Jone Seigler 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Denisse Romanoski 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Casandra Ziadie 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Malinda Lauber 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Amado Myott 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Nelle Caneza 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Iliana Kerin 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Debi Stamatopoulos 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Nikki Mula 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Eugenio Maclennan 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Sanford Topliss 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Mertie Helgesen 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Alejandra Ewelike 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Buffy Thanasouk 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Bettina Vallar 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Anya Zwanzig 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Simone Sannella 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Lisha Mcdannell 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Arleen Quenzel 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Kerry Arimas 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Donnie Stands 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by An Marmo 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Christi Schares 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Camilla Piermatteo 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Fiona Girgenti 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Shanita Kirschenmann 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Elinore Dowty 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by John Watrs 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Jame Davidian 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Efren Erp 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Eliana Shumake 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Laurette Villicana 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Nathalie Bredesen 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Rolanda Vranicar 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Alda Zalazar 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Kristine Lillick 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Reatha Mascheck 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Patricia Antonopoulos 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Patricia Josiah 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Lucie Procopio 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Carlos Gagel 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Akiko Loukas 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Naida Dueber 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Concepcion Baklund 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Artie Mills 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Israel Slark 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Gaye Rahman 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Clarissa Gronquist 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Dessie Boylston 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Kelvin Pirrello 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Ailene Prinzivalli 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Wynona Molenda 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Lynna Janelle 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Tam Casbeer 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Eugenio Repenning 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Hortense Callagy 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Ian Moranville 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Lakisha Bungert 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Ta Engesser 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Denisha Kochkodin 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Magali Bjornstrom 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Dione Bendana 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Terrence Hangartner 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Mallory Landmark 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Nakia Eversmann 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Candy Weldon 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Taisha Grenke 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Rachell Taecker 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Gail Erlewine 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Thresa Christal 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Margene Brossett 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Augustine Gudmundson 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Carl Esenwein 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Adelina Yeubanks 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Sherice Straatmann 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Delma Doane 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Lanie Szysh 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Mika Nissalke 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Vashti Worstel 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Giovanna Meza 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Cyndi Jana 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Clotilde Friesz 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Desmond Deare 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Lolita Greaney 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Ralph Rause 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Eleni Israel 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Howard Hauch 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Hiedi Cheaney 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Marlin Weinzetl 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Mariela Capurro 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Yang Glordano 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Luise Uhrmacher 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Rosalinda Braxton 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Lai Pray 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Dong Muddiman 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Kathie Novacek 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Jenna Urioste 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Priscilla Mcclarty 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Abram Ye 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Malvina Kotz 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by William Deponte 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Freida Cane 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Michael Rous 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Lilliam Leif 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Stephan Swayne 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Janell Edgerton 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Charles Pfannenstiel 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Dolly Kelzer 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Michell Eddie 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Armand Cristina 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Jadwiga Steenhard 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Zelma Rudzik 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Karlyn Crowers 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Wilbur Vevea 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Leo Almeter 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Williemae Eick 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Eugena Saleem 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Babara Shirk 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Marylouise Diop 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Joellen Flever 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Hosea Sandholm 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Waldo Oboyle 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Oralia Zeeb 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Torri Bedner 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Hilma Morre 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Kum Mettig 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Cameron Mccamish 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Adella Kellner 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Mollie Furby 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Elia Rothermich 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Anika Caulder 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Tamiko Bunyard 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Octavia Crosland 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Lesley Sexton 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Tomasa Lasecki 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Wan Arnau 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Elayne Catchpole 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Kevin Bruni 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Jenette Calaycay 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Shellie Bockelmann 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Todd Stremel 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Rochelle Canson 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Jeanmarie Kalen 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Angelique Orehek 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Jinny Vartanian 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Siu Andrachak 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Ashanti Albarran 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Agueda Stowe 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Nena Frahm 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Leora Bonwell 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Larraine Galleta 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Shelly Muna 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Sheree Kolm 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Yen Hosford 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Chi Combass 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Keren Mohring 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Gavin Welton 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Pearle Chang 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Patria Norsworthy 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Herminia Alhambra 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Vena Pals 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Elma Shelden 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Muoi Monges 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Collette Omernik 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Hoyt Shren 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Bennie Gianandrea 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Shelby Strand 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Angelena Rentfrow 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Yi Gwozdz 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Fiona Haakinson 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Hannah Bisset 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Ernesto Sikarskie 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Jame Tatsch 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Anthony Williar 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Marlo Drutman 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Sherry Likens 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Lillie Leftwich 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Tricia Malanaphy 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Ezekiel Uselman 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Bobbye Rosenbrook 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Nery Paniagua 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Dorthea Kruk 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Geralyn Harte 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Jim Nistler 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Rima Penhall 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Debroah Heishman 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Sierra Longiotti 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Delcie Scali 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Tory Lawal 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Tomasa Grube 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Eda Bowcutt 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Joana Toro 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Doretta Pleas 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Shirley Cecilio 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Tequila Viard 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Trevor Baade 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Estelle Belgard 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Roselee Cabble 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Elina Maciolek 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Liberty Fendley 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Dana Jokinen 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Peter Mcsparren 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Mariann Landowski 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Norma Soulard 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Lakeesha Tatom 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Hyacinth Pettie 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Amie Zegarra 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Cori Marrs 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Johnnie Ponzi 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Bernardine Turko 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Elia Cords 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Nicolas Falkner 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Mercy Gosz 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Julian Bocskor 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Dominique Anding 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Thomas Manwaring 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Wesley Christophe 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Natalia Kempster 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Melinda Heberly 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Shelly Brehant 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Sharita Mordue 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Kathi Brabant 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Glennie Sagona 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Florida Duban 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Corene Plain 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Alba Frasco 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Rudolf Meidlinger 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Erin Hoeschen 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Carletta Mackenthun 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Anita Javens 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Corrine Ulabarro 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Ayana Drummonds 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Bebe Lippard 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Noble Faron 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Vicente Bollier 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Gordon Branstad 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Daren Dingson 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Quiana Mennella 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Arianna Troise 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Jammie Marciante 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Stacia Rochell 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Brinda Siple 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Loni Surina 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Spencer Defalco 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Lekisha Manges 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Valentine Turlington 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Mariella Butkus 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Deja Pellissier 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by King Erke 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Carolyn Mccance 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Katlyn Maranto 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Mindy Pagon 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Candyce Eddings 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Yoko Ammar 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Nanci Cillo 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Halley Lin 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Hannah Makey 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Elenor Backfisch 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Jenette Bessone 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Eddie Welty 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Jaimie Blatnick 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Warren Umland 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Anya Davito 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Demetrius Matuska 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Florentino Farug 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Latrina Mahi 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Gayle Homles 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Melania Foradori 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Anissa Doussan 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Xochitl Lason 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Louie Tuzzo 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Joi Groenke 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Brigida Kopicko 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Romana Nein 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Renaldo Wenzinger 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Titus Lashmet 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Gracia Crewe 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Sharita Carrere 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Noemi Guzy 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Celine Colorado 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Tabetha Rummage 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Nigel Deyarmin 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Mallie Maro 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Giselle Benthusen 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Isabella Carnine 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Eloy Anerton 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Sherman Conedy 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Layla Roseboom 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Jeffrey Huret 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Ruthe Caravati 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Colby Heidebrink 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Molly Krommes 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Junie Tarnoff 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Davis Dotson 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Jonathan Boutchyard 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Antony Marcolina 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Vania Hilgendorf 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Ulrike Rakel 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Lanny Bitterman 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Denny Southall 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Connie Meyerhoefer 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Ivelisse Leckington 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Lynsey Splawn 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Raisa Shanor 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Ching Parron 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Catherine Homyak 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Mendy Kinnion 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Chelsie Antronica 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Hope Vinti 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Pablo Conely 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Gwendolyn Guralnick 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Hana Huaman 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Jane Wands 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Janee Schepers 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Martina Arkadie 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Elida Guarnieri 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Tonja Armillei 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Kathie Flum 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Terisa Oniel 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Kylee Wagner 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Kim Cowels 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Troy Miernik 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Cody Annal 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Blossom Forti 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Fidela Calender 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Jame Hamiton 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Neil Ferrin 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Valorie Sandahl 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Gregory Pesarchick 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Carrol Morger 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Ressie Svobodny 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Laine Bethey 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Lacie Eakin 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Ka Grella 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Madlyn Abdo 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Bryon Firkey 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Edward Force 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Meghann Wallinga 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Akiko Gallardo 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Alejandro Karsh 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Annie Runk 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Tonie Frandsen 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Berniece Siembida 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Cherelle Czubia 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Audrea Blatter 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Taylor Maleh 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Sol Kuhse 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Barney Lasiter 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Farrah Bergey 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Shirlene Shvey 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Tajuana Trice 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Clayton Sondrol 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Rosette Trieger 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Tashina Garcon 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Hortensia Spraggins 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Columbus Morano 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Catherin Malizia 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Johnny Herod 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Kathline Yau 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Luigi Weltha 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Randolph Colaizzi 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Jose Poydras 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Roman Rzeszutko 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Wenona Llyod 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Otha Grambo 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Marcela Flemm 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Dorothy Pagani 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Cherelle Bussert 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Hillary Morice 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Willa Liefer 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Verena Mainz 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Mireille Rogens 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Sam Thornley 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Elke Chauca 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Melodee Neun 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Reinaldo Federick 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Odette Orme 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Dorie Alekna 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Timika Enno 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Geraldo Wasser 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Karena Trickel 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Hugh Cropsey 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Yan Lubinski 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Joseph Derrickson 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Daniela Jonke 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Magan Demaris 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Charla Vulich 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Eusebio Monsalve 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Ines Alcorta 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Vernell Tayloe 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Milagro Hanawalt 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Vida Romaniello 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Tien Paulic 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Noel Kondel 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Ciara Pigott 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Dianne Fode 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Shanell Kara 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Brad Rockhold 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Adalberto Remick 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Fermin Gorsuch 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Emelia Hayzlett 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Randy Kintsel 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Lashawnda Reisen 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Toccara Marta 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Dario Kinsley 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Dyan Marjenhoff 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Carletta Nurre 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Carmen Recore 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Dedra Apel 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Mignon Gorin 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Tamra Taggert 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Rosy Sumners 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Lowell Bungard 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Armanda Franchette 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Delphia Bannister 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Charline Vienneau 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Philomena Switalski 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Rebekah Rhoderick 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Cecila Pichon 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Nedra Warring 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Albert Siebeneck 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Nina Hoffler 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Chi Gong 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Moises Lacz 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Ginette Nachbar 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Leota Sawatzke 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Princess Luedecke 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Chad Grenon 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Thaddeus Denis 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Donte Dauterive 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Phillip Chapin 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Ronald Zavala 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Diedre Plaxco 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Maribel Schoenborn 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Zulma Mallicoat 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Serita Brumaghim 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Giovanna Hillabush 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by China Nonemaker 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Tim Marchaland 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Kenyatta Gunthrop 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Phil Gasbarro 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Maile Struzzi 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Charlyn Flight 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Loriann Bobrow 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Allie Ragno 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Sherell Czapla 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Shona Garduno 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Selina Howells 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Kim Hardridge 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Phylicia Haker 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Alejandrina Boenisch 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Alita Vawter 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Tameka Caylor 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Lynna Paskoff 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Danica Poehler 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Isis Marasigan 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Glynis Gardner 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Eloisa Huret 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Jonnie Ordal 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Ferdinand Fulker 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Claris Felton 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Jose Timons 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Alycia Capellan 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Chante Luckenbach 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Jennie Asters 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Billye Schnitzer 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Catherin Edris 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Leesa Ludwig 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Gaye Prible 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Florine Rhoads 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Judie Hagmann 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Loreta Adamsky 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Horace Avera 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Sun Coyle 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Valencia Norseth 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Lai Demontigny 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Shawn Tandus 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Anamaria Jusko 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Marisa Sanfratello 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Dierdre Falce 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Nita Penttila 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Donte Pacholski 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Mistie Opela 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Eliz Machain 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Jacalyn Ladue 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Jeanna Shingleton 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Trudie Grapp 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Floyd Polintan 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Margareta Merring 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Efrain Swartzfager 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Inell Nordeen 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Shaunna Setter 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Ron Demian 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Nora Belfiglio 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Opal Timas 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Vicente Detorres 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Maragaret Cimko 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Ashley Jeancharles 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Doretta Favre 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Audry Humbard 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Mirna Languell 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Walter Greenman 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Roger Cataquet 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Buddy Lunz 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Cheryll Olaughlin 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Argelia Douillet 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Leta Stoviak 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Jaunita Vanvuren 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Megan Hurless 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Kathie Rampadarat 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Duncan Minhas 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Hana Hemming 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Stephani Counihan 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Lynwood Fortson 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Yadira Maged 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Jalisa Michl 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Petrina Consalvo 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Mathilde Edgett 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Kendrick Rousso 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Hope Rubie 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Nena Cockley 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Elise Sanez 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Hung Groos 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Rayford Anyan 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Irena Sandavol 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Susy Cruthirds 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Everett Piertraccini 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Lenard Antonello 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Cristopher Mccorvey 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Janell Suthar 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Alverta Mcluen 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Sanjuanita Straube 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Thomas Dutremble 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Antony Akawanzie 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Roxann Ibara 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Desiree Gabay 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Ebony Morgan 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Arvilla Mottillo 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Bok Daubney 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Tanner Ruoff 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Fernande Odaniel 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Pamela Kovack 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Ulysses Hilpert 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Terrell Weich 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Marcelle Eredia 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Melisa Achorn 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Emelia Hyatt 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Elli Gaviglia 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Jorge Hollinger 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Hong Maco 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Erna Ladakakos 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Dorris Colantuono 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Marti Frymier 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Dreama Wirebaugh 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Classie Metzler 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Neal Talamo 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Matha Corra 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Adah Barbie 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Hayley Hehr 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Inger Ruth 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Tandy Bergeson 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Ronni Lockett 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Aleida Mcbrien 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Ellena Joris 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Tennie Mleczko 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Rosaline Gearlds 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Randa Waltemath 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Martin Mccline 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Clair Yakow 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Misty Grate 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Chloe Dullum 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Carli Barbar 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Katlyn Plourd 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Audrea Phommaseng 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Sallie Thalacker 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Keneth Gunthrop 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Damion Pottorff 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Phyllis Mihm 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Berry Wulffraat 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Matthew Briante 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Vennie Hanville 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Anabel Salee 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Perry Melendres 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Bebe Ost 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Octavio Stribley 1 year ago.


What is dopamine?
I am on Fluoxetine Hydrochloride and I would like to know what this does to the dopamine? Asked by Jinny Grosh 1 year ago.

dopamine is a hormone and neurotransmiter found in the brain. Fluoxetine Hydrochloride is an antidepressant. My guess is that it increases production of, or promotes effectiveness of existing dopamine levels in the nervous system. Answered by Phylis Dibert 1 year ago.

Dopamine is a neurotransmitter similar to adrenaline. Connected to the thought process, it affects a person’s movement, emotional response, and the capacity to feel pleasure and pain. Answered by Khadijah Shannonhouse 1 year ago.

Dopamine is the hormone that makes you want to have sex Answered by Machelle Tollerud 1 year ago.

brain neuro-transmitter; google what you're taking as that should answer your question about the med :))) Answered by Vernita Manship 1 year ago.

Go to webmd......they will give you tons of info Answered by Gilberto Garing 1 year ago.


Bupropion Hydrochloride, anti-depressant - looking for feedback?
I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's... Asked by Latisha Suomela 1 year ago.

I'm not looking for technical information, I'd like to hear from people who were or are on this medicine .. how effective has it been for you? Did you like it, have any side effects when you started? My doctor's suggested I change from Zoloft to this, so I'd like to know what other people's experience of it has been like. Answered by Lai Brenneman 1 year ago.

Bupropion Hydrochloride is sold under the brand names Wellbutrin and Zyban. It works differently than many other antidepressants and often reduces appetite or causes drymouth as a side effect ( it is also used to help some people quit smoking). It is chemically unrelated to tricyclics or selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs). Instead it functions as a dopamine reuptake inhibitor and a norepinephrine reuptake inhibitor. For this reason, it often works on people who have had no luck with Zoloft/Paxil/Prozac and other similar drugs. I have had very good experience with it after no luck with Zoloft, having lost weight when i first went on it. The worst side effect I have is mild to moderate dry mouth , which is handled by drinking more water, which I need anyway. Answered by Keitha Crisson 1 year ago.

I tried Bupropion. It gave me horrible hot flashes so I quit taking it. I am currently on CItalopram (Celexa) and it is working well so far. The problem with anti-depressants is they effect everyone differently so until you try it it is hard to know which, if any, side effects you will have. Good luck! Answered by Christina Tyrone 1 year ago.


What drugs increase dopamine besides...?
I know there are drugs such as L-Dopa (Selegiline Hydrochloride) that increase dopamine levels and cross the blood-brain barrier. What other medications increase dopamine levels? Asked by Catherin Carline 1 year ago.

Almost all of them dopeamines make you happy that's why people do drugs Answered by Elijah Mutty 1 year ago.


What is crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride?
Asked by Reynalda Backlund 1 year ago.

crystalline methamphetamine hydrochloride is the most prominent psychostimulant and sympathomimetic drug. It is a member of the family of phenylethylamines. The levorotary (R-isomer) levomethamphetamine is an over-the-counter drug and used in inhalers for nasal decongestion and does not possess the CNS activity of dextro or racemic methamphetamine. The dextrorotatory (S-isomer) dextromethamphetamine can be prescribed to treat attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, though unmethylated amphetamine is more commonly prescribed. Narcolepsy and obesity can also be treated by the aforementioned isomer under the brand name Desoxyn. It is considered a second line of treatment, used when amphetamine and methylphenidate cause the patient too many side effects. It is only recommended for short-term use (~6 weeks) in treatment-resistant obesity patients because it is thought that the anorectic effects of the drug are short-lived and produce tolerance quickly, whereas the effects on CNS stimulation are much less susceptible to tolerance. It is primarily used illegally for recreational purposes, weight loss and to maintain alertness, focus, motivation, with mental clarity for extended periods of time. Methamphetamine enters the brain and triggers a cascading release of norepinephrine, dopamine and serotonin. It is highly active in the mesolimbic reward pathway of the brain, inducing intense euphoria, with high-risk for abuse and powerful addiction. To a lesser extent, methamphetamine acts as a dopaminergic and adrenergic reuptake inhibitor with high concentrations serving as a monoamine oxidase inhibitor. Users may become hypersexual or obsessed with a task, thought or activity. Withdrawal is characterized by excessive sleeping, eating, and major depression, often accompanied by anxiety and drug-craving. Users of methamphetamine often take sedatives such as benzodiazepines as a means of easing their "come down" and enable them to sleep. Methamphetamine addiction typically occurs when a person begins to use it because of its powerful enhancing effects on mood and energy, weight loss and appetite suppression, among its other psychological and physical effects. Over time effectiveness decreases, and users find that they need to take higher doses to get the same results and have far greater difficulty functioning and experiencing pleasure without the drug than they did before. Many users report becoming an addict from their first "shot", or just one intravenous injection of crystal methamphetamine, marking its high affinity for a spiral of debilitating addiction and labelling as a "hard drug". Answered by Samella Rizzi 1 year ago.

It is a drug with limited use to control narcolepsy, ADD, and obesity; it is available by prescription under the brand name Methadrine or Desoxyn. It is highly addictive and extremely dangerous, thus its use is limited to extreme cases. Answered by Karma Posten 1 year ago.

aside from an incredibly addictive and dangerous drug? people use it to lose weight but it's a dangerous drug to get hooked on. Answered by Drucilla Belanger 1 year ago.

a very teribble drug that is worse than weed coke and acid put together it makes you halucinate and other crazy things (also called cristal meth) Answered by Margrett Leapheart 1 year ago.


What does crystal methamphetamine hydrochloride do to you?
I have never tried and never will just asking? Asked by Trevor Polich 1 year ago.

It is one of the most addictive street drugs. Mainly used in the gay community at first, it is now used by all kinds of users. It is cheap compared to other uppers, and lasts much longer. It can be snorted, smoked, injected or ingested. Amphetamine and Methamphetamine (Methamphetamine is a chemical variation of A., with a much stronger effect on the central nervous system) increase the amount of dopamine in the brain. In low doses, Amphetamine is used for ADD, as it stimulates the brain but actually slows down the patient (e.g. Ritalin). It decreases hunger and leads to weight loss. Negative effects include sleep problems, restlesness, aggressiveness. Long-term negative effects include heart, liver, kidney and lung damage as well as psychosis. Methamphetamine is more addictive than the original drug and has a greater "rush", followed by increased agitation and possibly violence. A user can go days without sleep - the coming down is even more brutal then and often makes the individual use even more. Answered by Lael Lubinsky 1 year ago.


How does Duloxotine Hydrochloride capsule work and is useful to a P.D. patient?.?
Asked by Sheron Ligonis 1 year ago.

Duloxitene is a unique antidepressant: it elevates the levels of 3 neurotransmitters (norepinephrine, serotonin and dopamine.) Most other SSRI-type antidepressants are selective for serotonin (and sometimes norepinephrine). Duloxitene has also been tested for pain disorders also with success, such as arthritis and fibromyalgia. Depression is felt to be due to lowered neurotransmitter levels. Answered by Daron Dullum 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight- 198 poundsFluid volume- 500 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many... Asked by Lynne Stoklasa 1 year ago.

Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Adalberto Willick 1 year ago.

The concentration of the solution is: 480,000 mcg/175ml = 2743 mcg/ml The weight of the patient in kg is: 198 lb * 0.454 kg/lb = 89.9 kg There are 60 minutes in an hour. 4mcg/kg/min * 89.9kg * 60 min/1 hr = 21,576 mcg/hr = 21.57 mg/hr 21,576 mcg * 1 ml/ 2743 mcg = 7.87 ml/hr so 7.87 ml/hr and 21.57 mg/hr. Answered by Chance Dillenburg 1 year ago.


I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?
I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me?Gentamicin 480,000 mcgDose: 4mcg/kg/minPatient weight: 176 poundsFluid volume:175 mlHow many milliliters per hour???How many milligrams per hour.Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mgDose: 12 mcg/ kg/ minPatient weight-... Asked by Huey Cowdrey 1 year ago.

I need help with two medical calculation problem??? can you please help me? Gentamicin 480,000 mcg Dose: 4mcg/kg/min Patient weight: 176 pounds Fluid volume:175 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour. Intropin-- dopamine hydrochloride 800 mg Dose: 12 mcg/ kg/ min Patient weight- 198 pounds Fluid volume- 500 ml How many milliliters per hour??? How many milligrams per hour??? Can you please help with these problems???? Answered by Jaqueline Nogueira 1 year ago.

Much though I would like to help you, I am a little reluctant to do so. The 480 mg dose of gentamicin is a 3-fold overdose for your first patient, and is very likely to put him into renal failure. However, this is how to solve this sort of problem. You first need to convert pounds to kg, so use the conversion 2.2 lb = 1kg, to get the patients' weights in kg. Next, make up the gentamicin solution. 480,000 mcg is going into 175 ml, so you can work out the concentration of the drug from the formula concentration C = drug weight D / volume V That concentration C has units of mcg/ml. Now let us call the first patient's weight in kg W (you have already worked out W). Each minute he is to receive 4 mcg/kg, that is 4 x W mcg. In 1 hour, therefore, he is going to get 4 x W x 60 mcg. There are 1000 mcg in 1 mg, so divide by 1000 to get your final mg/hr. Now you have to work out what volume of fluid is given in 1 hour. You know the concentration C, you know the drug weight in 1 hour (you've just worked it out) and you have the same formula for concentration, weight and volume. Good luck, and suggest to your teacher that it might be better to use real-world numbers. Answered by Georgianna Condroski 1 year ago.

at the same time as my cat peed on the settee, it changed into because she had a kidney stone and changed into in discomfort going to the lavatory and she or he mandatory a thanks to get our interest. She hasnt done it when you consider that she had an operation to sparkling up her stones. If this is a unexpected behaviour then it really is conceivable a medical condition and also you should e book her in for a examine up. If there is no longer something incorrect such as her, then her vet can advise some ideas to coach her no longer to attempt this. or you are able to attempt basically putting her in her container each 1/2 hour until eventually she receives the message. also, have you ever replaced manufacturers of clutter presently? Or something else interior the relations individuals replaced, alot of visitors over yuletide/new years, or someone interior the relations away? Cats may nicely be really gentle to rigidity in human beings or substitute of their households so she may calm down if it really is the case. Answered by Johnie Brodsky 1 year ago.

It's not a three-fold overdose, we commonly use upwards of 7 mg/kg for once-daily dosing........The rest of Peter's response is correct. Answered by Karma Gerhart 1 year ago.


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