LE WE PMID CA
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5 Aminosalicylate

Alcohol

Allopregnanolone

Amphetamines

Barbiturate

Benzodiazepine

Beta adrenergic antagonists

Bone (BASKET)

Calcium antagonists

CO (Carbonic monoxide)

Cocain

Cyanide

Fluoxetine

Gamma hydroxybutyric acid

Lithium

Methemoglobinemia

Opioid (BASKET)

Organophosphorous compounds

Paracetamole

Pesticides

Phencyclidine

Post traumatic stress disorder

Receptor (GABA)

ssRI

Suicidal ideation

Theophylline

Toxicology (BASKET)

2003  
1
Adult toxicology in critical care: Part II: specific poisonings.
[12628894] Chest 123(3): 897-922 (2003)
2010  
2
2009  
3
SSRIs act as selective brain steroidogenic stimulants (SBSSs) at low doses that are inactive on 5-HT reuptake.
[19157982] Curr Opin Pharmacol 9(1): 24-30 (2009)
2009  
4
Animal models of suicide-trait-related behaviors.
[19269045] Trends Pharmacol Sci 30(4): 165-73 (2009)

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