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WHAT DOES TACHYPHYLAXIS MEAN IN ENGLISH?
Tachyphylaxis is a medical term describing an acute decrease in the response to a drug after its administration. Tachyphylaxis can occur both after an initial dose of medication or after an inoculation with a series of small doses. Increasing the dose of the drug may be able to restore the original response. This can sometimes be caused by depletion or marked reduction of the amount of neurotransmitter responsible for creating the drug's effect, or by the depletion of receptors available to which the drug or neurotransmitter can bind. This depletion is caused by the cells reducing the number of receptors in response to their saturation. Some examples include ephedrine and MDMA which act indirectly through the release of neurotransmitters, or amphetamines which act both through direct and indirect release of neurotransmitters.
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FREQUENCY OF USE OF THE TERM «TACHYPHYLAXIS» OVER TIME
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Examples of use in the English literature, quotes and news about tachyphylaxis
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TACHYPHYLAXIS»
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Principles and Practice of Clinical Trial Medicine
Various aspects of tachyphylaxis (i.e., a drug losing part or its entire efficacy over
time as the body becomes tolerant or counter regulatory processes occur) can
serve as endpoints. For example, since nitroglycerine demonstrates
Richard Chin, Bruce Y Lee, 2008
Cousins and Bridenbaugh's Neural Blockade in Clinical ...
Tachyphylaxis for lidocaine block of rat sciatic nerve is characterized by
decreasing duration of block with repeated administration of the same dose. A:
Withholding nociceptive testing during the period of the first and second blocks
does not ...
Michael J. Cousins, 2012
Pharmacology for Chemists
5.3 Tachyphylaxis: Drug Tolerance It is sometimes observed that if the same
biological object (the same animal or group of animals) is used in repeated
assays for a given drug, the position of the dose–response curve from later assay
Joseph G. Cannon, 2007
80 ti 3 I o 20 Nor P Tyr D D D P Tyr Nor Figure 4.1 Tachyphylaxis of the pressor
response of the pithed rat (280 g) to indirectly acting sympathomimetic amines.
Tachyphylaxis to repeated intravenous doses of dexamphetamine (D, 25 /<g)
Kenneth J Broadley, 1996
Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics
Tachyphylaxis: Tolerance to drugs as described above usually takes some time
to develop. However, with certain drugs like ephedrine, tyramine, amphetamine
and 5-hydroxytryptamine, tolerance may appear within a few minutes in isolated
R. S. Satoskar, A. K. Kale, S. D. Bhandarkar &nirmala N. Rege, 1971
Health Consequences of Smoking: Nicotine Addiction a Report ...
Animal Studies Many studies demonstrate that acute tolerance or tachyphylaxis
develops very quickly to actions of nicotine. Barrass and coworkers (1969)
demonstrated that pretreatment of mice with a single i.v. dose (0.8 mg/kg) of
C. Everett Koop, M.D., 1988
Issues in Pharmacology, Pharmacy, Drug Research, and Drug ...
A report, 'Remarkably long-lasting tachyphylaxis of pain responses to ET-l:
evidence against central nervous system involvement,' is newly published data in
Canadian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology. According to a study from
Central Actions of Angiotensin and Related Hormones
Receptor Desensitization and Tachyphylaxis Tachyphylaxis is the loss of
response of tissues following repeated or continuous administration of a drug.
Tachyphylaxis to angiotensin was first described by Page and Helmer (10), and
has been ...
Joseph P. Buckley, Carlos M. Ferrario, Mustafa F. Lokhandwala, 1977
Advances in Nervous System Research and Application: 2011 ...
Remarkably long-lasting tachyphylaxis of pain responses to ET-1: evidence
against central nervous system involvement A report, 'Remarkably long-lasting
tachyphylaxis of pain responses to ET-1: evidence against central nervous
Methods in Chemosensory Research
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40 — 0 20 40 (k) 80 Time (sec) FIGURE 1 1 .3 Tachyphylaxis in responses of Vc
unit to repeated lingual application of nicotine. Shown are PSTHs (bin width: 1 s)
Sidney A. Simon, Miguel A. L. Nicolelis, 2001
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «TACHYPHYLAXIS»
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New Study Clarifies Relationship between Anxiety and Physical …
... chronic fatigue syndrome); and (M) Mood disorders (major depression, Bipolar II and Bipolar III disorder, tachyphylaxis. Two thirds of patients in the study with ... «Fibromyalgia News Today, Jul 15»
New Syndrome Links Anxiety and Physical Disorders
Finally, the mood domain contains bipolar I, bipolar II, and bipolar III disorders, major depressive episodes, and antidepressant medication tachyphylaxis. «Medscape, Jul 15»
ROTATE study shows letter gain in DME patients who switch anti …
Questions of whether this additional efficacy is specific to ranibizumab or secondary to tachyphylaxis, and whether regression to the mean is involved need to be ... «Healio, Jul 15»
Farrah Abraham Denied Plastic Surgery Treatment on Botched
Turns out she suffered a bout of tachyphylaxis, and could have the same reaction if she tries to get permanent fillers in the future. “Farrah truly dodged a bullet,” ... «Wetpaint, Jul 15»
Diuretic Resistance and Hyperkalemia Challenges
... may actually improve diuresis simply by lowering that central venous pressure. Of course, diuretics are great, but nitrates have the problem of tachyphylaxis. «Medscape, Jul 15»
Oculus Innovative receives US patent for use of Microcyn technology …
This is known as tachyphylaxis. Oculus Innovative Sciences, Inc.is a specialty pharmaceutical company that develops and markets solutions for the treatment of ... «pharmabiz.com, Jul 15»
What Are the Long-Term Effects of Taking Antidepressants?
Many patients struggle with this phenomenon, called tachyphylaxis, also known as "Prozac poop-out." "So somebody who stays on an antidepressant for several ... «Yahoo News, Jun 15»
Why Your Antidepressants Stopped Working – and What to Do About It
Some refer to it by its medical term, tachyphylaxis. Others informally call it the "Prozac poop-out." But many patients with mental health conditions simply know it ... «U.S. News & World Report, May 15»
Carbachol-Brimonidine Combo Promising for Presbyopia
The patients also showed no sign of tachyphylaxis. Because of the increased depth of field from the smaller pupil, patients do not lose distance or intermediate ... «Medscape, Apr 15»
Cardioxyl HNO Prodrugs Show Effectiveness In Preclinical Models …
... HNO prodrug were equivalent to those observed following intravenous delivery and no diminution of activity (tachyphylaxis) was observed with repeat dosing. «PR Newswire, Nov 14»
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