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Mechanism of Action for SSRIs

This job focuses on the mechanism of action for SSRIs. Resources are also listed.

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Medications are:

In the U.S.-
Nardil 2
Parnate 3
Marplan 1

In Canada-
Nardil 2
Parnate 3
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Phenelzine
Pargyline
Selegiline
Rasagiline
Phenelzine
Befloxatone
Brofaromine
Moclobemide
Isocarboxazid
Tranylcypromine

some SSRI's
Serotonin
Sertraline
Fluoxetine
Paroxetine
Citalopram
Fluvoxamine

Antidepressant side-effects Buspirone: Buspar or Neurosine Bristol-Myers Squibb
Antidepressant side-effects Citalopram: Celexa or Cipramil Forest Pharmaceuticals
Antidepressant description Escitalopram: Cipralex or Lexapro Forest Pharmaceuticals
Antidepressant side-effects Duloxetine: Cymbalta Eli Lilly and Company
Antidepressant side-effects Venlafaxine: Effexor or Efexor Wyeth
Antidepressant side-effects Fluvoxamine: Luvox or Fevarin Solvay (Belgium)
Antidepressant side-effects Sibutramine: Meridia or Reductil Abbott Laboratories
Antidepressant side-effects Paroxetine: Paxil, Seroxat, Aropax or Pexeva Glaxo Smith Kline
Antidepressant side-effects Fluoxetine: Prozac or Sarafem Eli Lilly and Company
Antidepressant side-effects Mirtazapine: Remeron or Remergil Organon (AkzoNobel)NL
Antidepressant side-effects Nefazodone: Serzone or Dutonin Bristol-Myers Squibb
Antidepressant side-effects Trazodone: Trazodone or Desyrel Bristol-Myers Squibb
Antidepressant side-effects Bupropion: Wellbutrin or Zyban Glaxo Smith Kline
Antidepressant side-effects Sertraline: Zoloft or Lustral Pfizer

SSRI's may not be compared with regular medications, like insulin to treat diabetics. SSRI's are psychoactive, blood-brain ...

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