phencyclidine


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phencyclidine

[‚fen·ə′sī·klə‚dēn]
(pharmacology)
C17H25N An addicting drug originally used as an intravenous anesthetic that was subsequently removed from medical use in humans because it produces hallucinations and delusions. It has been illegally manufactured and sold on the street, sometimes causing serious adverse reactions. Also known as angel dust; PCP.
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Olanzapine reversed brain gene expression changes induced by phencyclidines treatment in non human primates.
Administering theN-methyl- D-aspartate (NMDA) glutamate receptor antagonist ketamine (a cousin of phencyclidine and a well-known drug of abuse with psychotogenic properties) by IV infusion (0.
We recently observed three occurrences of false-positive results for phencyclidine (PCP) on urine samples tested with the Syva[R] RapidTest d.
1 Most cases involve stimulant abuse--usually cocaine, although cases associated with metham- phetamine, phencyclidine, and LSD have been reported.
Compound classification of 41 pain-management drugs Benzodiazepines Opiates Opiates (Semi-Synthetic) (Synthetic) [alpha]-Hydroxyalprazolam 6-MAM EDDP Alprazolam Buprenorphine Fentanyl Clonazepam Codeine Meperidine Diazepam Hydrocodone Methadone Flunitrazepam Hydromorphone Naltrexone Flurazepam Morphine Norfentanyl Lorazepam Naloxone Normeperidine Midazolam Norbuprenorphine Norpropoxyphene Nordiazepam Oxycodone Propoxyphene Oxazepam Oxymorphone Sufentanil Temazepam Benzodiazepines Drugs of Abuse Other [alpha]-Hydroxyalprazolam Amphetamine Carisoprodol Alprazolam Benzoylecgonine Meprobamate Clonazepam Methamphetamine Tramadol Diazepam MDMA Flunitrazepam MDA Flurazepam MDEA Lorazepam Phencyclidine Midazolam Nordiazepam Oxazepam Temazepam Table 3.
The administration of ketamine or phencyclidine (PCP) reproduces schizophrenic-like thought disorders and neuropsychological deficits.
Immediately after submission, samples are presumptively screened for opiates, methamphetamine, benzodiazepines, cocaine metabolite, phencyclidine (PCP), [1] and cannabinoids to qualitatively determine whether drugs are present.
Phencyclidine (PCP) is a synthetic drug developed as an anesthetic and analgesic, but it was removed from the market due to its hallucinogenic properties and the unpredictable behavioral reactions which occurred following anesthesia.