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Phendimetrazine is an appetite suppressant that is FDA approved for the treatment of exogenous obesity. It is clinically available anorectic agent, which display minimal interactions with monoamine transporters in vitro. On the other hand, their medications is known to be psychomotor stimulants when administered in vivo as indicated by their shared properties with illicit drugs like cocaine. The following adverse reactions are described, or described in greater detail, in other sections: Primary pulmonary hypertension; Valvular heart disease; Effect on the ability to engage in potentially hazardous tasks; Withdrawal effects following prolonged high dosage administration. Use of phendimetrazine tartrate is contraindicated during or within 14 days following the administration of monoamine oxidase inhibitors because of the risk of hypertensive crisis.   NCATS

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$0.1237 - $2.2736
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(2s,3s)-3,4-dimethyl-2-phenylmorpholine | adipost | antapentan | bontril | di-ap-trol | dyrexan | hyrex | melfiat | mephenmetrazine | obezine | phendimetrazine | (+)-phendimetrazine | phendimetrazine, (2r-cis)-isomer | phendimetrazine, (2s-trans)-isomer | phendimetrazine hcl | phendimetrazine hydrochloride | phendimetrazine hydrochloride, (2s-trans)-isomer | phendimetrazine tartrate | phendimetrazine tartrate, (2s-trans(r-(r*,r*)))-isomer | phendimetrazine tartrate, (r-(r*,r*))-isomer | phendimetrazine, trans(+-)-isomer | plegine | prelu-2 | sedafamen | trimstat | wehless | weightrol | x-trozine


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