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Study of Bipathic effect of Phenazepam (2007)

Study of Bipathic effect of Phenazepam (2007)

  1. NeuroChi
    Bull Exp Biol Med. 2007 Oct;144(4):536-8.

    Epstein OI, Voronina TA, Molodavkin GM, Belopol'skaya MV, Kheyfets IA, Dugina JL, Sergeeva SA

    Phenazepam in ultralow doses significantly potentiated anxiolytic and anticonvulsant
    effects of therapeutic doses of the same drug both after preliminary or simultaneous
    administration, which attests to bipathic action of phenazepam. The combination of
    ultralow and therapeutic doses of phenazepam prevented the development of its specific
    myorelaxant and sedative side effects.
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