, one of the oldest antiepileptic drugs, is associated with which of the following side effects?
Anticonvulsants: acetazolamide, cabamazepine, phenytoin, phenobarbitol
Planning to catch the last shuttle for the Hale-Bopp comet, eager to leave behind the "containers" that are their human forms, each member has ingested applesauce or pudding laced with phenobarbitol
However, the very difference that the penis, unmoored like the tube of phenobarbitol
, wants to claim - a difference that would glorify its possessor while humiliating the one who had to acknowledge his separation - turns, in its moment of climax, to a metonymic general glory.
Wesson, my colleague since the late 1960s when we developed the phenobarbitol
substitution and withdrawal techniques used as the basis for the Haight Ashbury Free Clinics' outpatient detox program, has always been at the forefront of medication research for the treatment of addictive disease.
Synergistic acceleration of thyroid hormone degradation by phenobarbitol
and the peroxisome proliferation receptor agonist WY14643.
Ethosuximide 40-100 mcg/mL >200 mcg/mL Phenobarbitol
15-40 mcg/mL >60 mcg/mL Phenytoin 10-20 mcg/mL >40 mcg/mL Toxicity may occur at lower concentrations in presence of low albumin.