Central Nervous System

26 May 2011

One of the most common and useful ways of classifying a drug is by the effect that it has on a person's central nervous system. The brain is the major part of the central nervous system, and this is where psycho-active drugs have their main effect.

 

 

Drug& Strength Dosage Form Drugs Classify
Central Nervous System
Atomoxetine Hydrochloride 10 & 18 & 25 & 40 & 60 mg Cap Central Nervous System
Duloxetine   20 & 30 & 60 mg Cap / delay Central Nervous System
Memantine Hydrochloride 5 & 10 mg Tab Central Nervous System
Pramipexole    0. 125 & 0.25 & 0.5 & 1 mg Tab Central Nervous System
Pregabalin75 & 100 & 150 &300  mg Cap Central Nervous System
Quetiapine (as Fumarate)   200  & 300 mg Tab,ER Central Nervous System
Carbamazepine   200 & 400 mg Tab,ER Central Nervous System
Dabigatran Etexilate( As Mesylate)     150mg Cap Central Nervous System
Gabapentin 100 & 300 & 400 mg Cap Central Nervous System
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