Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 013448/002.

Names and composition

"EUTONYL" is the commercial name of a drug composed of PARGYLINE HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
013448/002 EUTONYL PARGYLINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
013448/003 EUTONYL PARGYLINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
013448/004 EUTONYL PARGYLINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 50MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
013448/002 EUTONYL PARGYLINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 10MG
013448/003 EUTONYL PARGYLINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 25MG
013448/004 EUTONYL PARGYLINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 50MG

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Answered questions

What does the term MAIO inhibiting drugs mean?
I was asked about drug interactions and this term came up. My question is what drugs are considered maio inhibitors. Asked by Alva Akright 1 year ago.

I think you mean MAOI?? Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOI) drugs and trade names: • Furazolidone: Furoxone • Isocarboxazid: Marplan® • Isoniazid: Laniazid®, Nydrazid® • Isoniazid rifampin: Rifamate®, Rimactane®/INH • Moclobemide • Pargyline: Eutonyl® • Phenelzine: Nardil® • Procarbazine: Matulane® • Selegiline: Atapryl®, Deprenyl®, Eldepryl® • Tranylcypromine: Parnate® type of drug: Two groups: • Hydrazine derivatives: phenelzine, isocarboxazid • Non-hydrazine derivatives: tranylcypromine, pargyline mechanism: Agents that inhibit monoamine oxidase and alter catecholamine metabolism (down-regulating noradrenergic synpases and upregulating serotogenic synapses); includes other agents with secondary MAOI action, e.g., phenelzine. used to treat: Depression (refractory to tricyclic antidepressants); antineoplastic (procarbazine), antibiotic (furoxone); adjunctive treatment in Parkinson's (selegine) and hypertension (pargyline). Answered by Lonnie Mayenschein 1 year ago.

Mono Amine Oxidase Inhibitors - MAOI See the wiki page about it They are old fashioned antidepressants and associated with the necessity to stick to a particular diet and avoid certain foods. There is a new class of MAOI's now, the RIMA's Reversible Inhibitors of Monoamine oxidase A: moclobemide This is a better drug as it is safer and does not require the diet. It is considered a mild antidepressant as it's efficacy is not quite up to par with the hard core tricyclics and SSRI's The wiki page has a list of the names of these: # Isocarboxazid (Marplan) # Moclobemide (Aurorix, Manerix, Moclodura®) # Phenelzine (Nardil) # Tranylcypromine (Parnate) # Selegiline (Selegiline, Eldepryl), and Emsam # Nialamide # Iproniazid (Marsilid, Iprozid, Ipronid, Rivivol, Propilniazida) # Iproclozide # Toloxatone Answered by Wendolyn Pietsch 1 year ago.

I asked my doctor recently. It is a group of drugs that used to be used for treating depression. They are still used but not very often. I don't have the names of the drugs but if you aren't being treated for depression, you should be ok. If in doubt, call a 24 hr. pharmacy and ask to speak to the pharmacist. Answered by Sebastian Deangelus 1 year ago.

Certain types of antideppressants. (BTW, it's MAOI) Look this up on the internet and it will give you the names of them. Most health care professionals are steering away from these now because of the many interactions with other meds and even foods, such as cheese and wine. Answered by Beatriz Dicastro 1 year ago.

Maoi Drug Names Answered by Vinita Gallamore 1 year ago.


What does the term MAIO inhibiting drugs mean?
I was asked about drug interactions and this term came up. My question is what drugs are considered maio inhibitors. Asked by Laveta Potash 1 year ago.

I think you mean MAOI?? Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOI) drugs and trade names: • Furazolidone: Furoxone • Isocarboxazid: Marplan® • Isoniazid: Laniazid®, Nydrazid® • Isoniazid rifampin: Rifamate®, Rimactane®/INH • Moclobemide • Pargyline: Eutonyl® • Phenelzine: Nardil® • Procarbazine: Matulane® • Selegiline: Atapryl®, Deprenyl®, Eldepryl® • Tranylcypromine: Parnate® type of drug: Two groups: • Hydrazine derivatives: phenelzine, isocarboxazid • Non-hydrazine derivatives: tranylcypromine, pargyline mechanism: Agents that inhibit monoamine oxidase and alter catecholamine metabolism (down-regulating noradrenergic synpases and upregulating serotogenic synapses); includes other agents with secondary MAOI action, e.g., phenelzine. used to treat: Depression (refractory to tricyclic antidepressants); antineoplastic (procarbazine), antibiotic (furoxone); adjunctive treatment in Parkinson's (selegine) and hypertension (pargyline). Answered by Loretta Growell 1 year ago.

Mono Amine Oxidase Inhibitors - MAOI See the wiki page about it They are old fashioned antidepressants and associated with the necessity to stick to a particular diet and avoid certain foods. There is a new class of MAOI's now, the RIMA's Reversible Inhibitors of Monoamine oxidase A: moclobemide This is a better drug as it is safer and does not require the diet. It is considered a mild antidepressant as it's efficacy is not quite up to par with the hard core tricyclics and SSRI's The wiki page has a list of the names of these: # Isocarboxazid (Marplan) # Moclobemide (Aurorix, Manerix, Moclodura®) # Phenelzine (Nardil) # Tranylcypromine (Parnate) # Selegiline (Selegiline, Eldepryl), and Emsam # Nialamide # Iproniazid (Marsilid, Iprozid, Ipronid, Rivivol, Propilniazida) # Iproclozide # Toloxatone Answered by Fae Wadlow 1 year ago.

I asked my doctor recently. It is a group of drugs that used to be used for treating depression. They are still used but not very often. I don't have the names of the drugs but if you aren't being treated for depression, you should be ok. If in doubt, call a 24 hr. pharmacy and ask to speak to the pharmacist. Answered by Otis Vicory 1 year ago.

Certain types of antideppressants. (BTW, it's MAOI) Look this up on the internet and it will give you the names of them. Most health care professionals are steering away from these now because of the many interactions with other meds and even foods, such as cheese and wine. Answered by Neomi Whittmore 1 year ago.

Maoi Drug Names Answered by Laverne Kuhle 1 year ago.


What does the term MAIO inhibiting drugs mean?
I was asked about drug interactions and this term came up. My question is what drugs are considered maio inhibitors. Asked by Hyo Gunter 1 year ago.

I think you mean MAOI?? Monoamine Oxidase Inhibitors (MAOI) drugs and trade names: • Furazolidone: Furoxone • Isocarboxazid: Marplan® • Isoniazid: Laniazid®, Nydrazid® • Isoniazid rifampin: Rifamate®, Rimactane®/INH • Moclobemide • Pargyline: Eutonyl® • Phenelzine: Nardil® • Procarbazine: Matulane® • Selegiline: Atapryl®, Deprenyl®, Eldepryl® • Tranylcypromine: Parnate® type of drug: Two groups: • Hydrazine derivatives: phenelzine, isocarboxazid • Non-hydrazine derivatives: tranylcypromine, pargyline mechanism: Agents that inhibit monoamine oxidase and alter catecholamine metabolism (down-regulating noradrenergic synpases and upregulating serotogenic synapses); includes other agents with secondary MAOI action, e.g., phenelzine. used to treat: Depression (refractory to tricyclic antidepressants); antineoplastic (procarbazine), antibiotic (furoxone); adjunctive treatment in Parkinson's (selegine) and hypertension (pargyline). Answered by Waylon Viengxay 1 year ago.

Mono Amine Oxidase Inhibitors - MAOI See the wiki page about it They are old fashioned antidepressants and associated with the necessity to stick to a particular diet and avoid certain foods. There is a new class of MAOI's now, the RIMA's Reversible Inhibitors of Monoamine oxidase A: moclobemide This is a better drug as it is safer and does not require the diet. It is considered a mild antidepressant as it's efficacy is not quite up to par with the hard core tricyclics and SSRI's The wiki page has a list of the names of these: # Isocarboxazid (Marplan) # Moclobemide (Aurorix, Manerix, Moclodura®) # Phenelzine (Nardil) # Tranylcypromine (Parnate) # Selegiline (Selegiline, Eldepryl), and Emsam # Nialamide # Iproniazid (Marsilid, Iprozid, Ipronid, Rivivol, Propilniazida) # Iproclozide # Toloxatone Answered by Lavern Hildreth 1 year ago.

I asked my doctor recently. It is a group of drugs that used to be used for treating depression. They are still used but not very often. I don't have the names of the drugs but if you aren't being treated for depression, you should be ok. If in doubt, call a 24 hr. pharmacy and ask to speak to the pharmacist. Answered by Luke Sumabat 1 year ago.

Certain types of antideppressants. (BTW, it's MAOI) Look this up on the internet and it will give you the names of them. Most health care professionals are steering away from these now because of the many interactions with other meds and even foods, such as cheese and wine. Answered by Joette Khokher 1 year ago.

Maoi Drug Names Answered by Violeta Barbish 1 year ago.


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