Venlafaxine-tramadol similarities
by
Markowitz JS, Patrick KS
Department of Pharmacy Practice,
Institute of Psychiatry,
Medical University of South Carolina,
Charleston 29425-0810, USA.
Med Hypotheses 1998 Aug; 51(2):167-8


ABSTRACT

Venlafaxine and tramadol are relatively new compounds indicated for the treatment of depression and pain, respectively. These agents share a number of molecular and pharmacological features that may allow for broader and overlapping therapeutic indications for both drugs. Additionally, certain patient populations with coexisting depression and pain syndromes could potentially be treated with a single agent.
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Treating pain seriously
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Venlafaxine pharmacology
Venlafaxine plus bupropion
Venlafaxine and depression
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Tramadol as an antidepressant
Tramadol: risk/benefit analysis
Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics
Tramadol, depression and Parkinson's disease
Venlafaxine, emotional processing and the brain


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