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  • noun pharmacology Alternative spelling of dextroamphetamine.

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  • Benzedrine was used to enlarge nasal and bronchial passages and it is closely related to other stimulants produced later, such as Dexedrine d-amphetamine and methamphetamine.

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  • Benzedrine was used to enlarge nasal and bronchial passages and it is closely related to other stimulants produced later, such as Dexedrine d-amphetamine and methamphetamine.

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  • Instead, the extract acted like a stimulant, the open field ambulatory behaviour being similar to that of d-amphetamine.

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  • Effects of D. stramonium extract on white albino mice as compared to d-amphetamine and phenobarbitone

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  • Results showed that the rate and extent of d-amphetamine exposure were similar in the healthy participants who received a single

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  • Findings show intranasal administration of Vyvanse did not result in a greater exposure of d-amphetamine, the active medication in Vyvanse, compared with oral administration

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  • Solomon, P. R., and Staton, D. M. (1982) Differential effects of microinjections of d-amphetamine into the nucleus accumbens or the caudate putamen on the rat's ability to ignore an irrelevant stimulus.

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  • Specifically, the overall rate and extent of exposure to d-amphetamine, the active medication in Vyvanse, was similar in healthy adults whether they received the drug as a solution through the nose or orally as a capsule.

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  • Vyvanse, which is approved to treat ADHD in children aged 6 to 12 years and in adults, is a therapeutically inactive prodrug, in which d-amphetamine is covalently bonded to l-lysine, and after oral ingestion it is converted to pharmacologically active d-amphetamine.

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  • This open-label, two-period, crossover study compared the pharmacokinetics of d-amphetamine, the active medication derived from Vyvanse, in 18 healthy men after single administration through nasal and oral routes.

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