2 edition of Effects on human saccadic eye movements of diazepam, pentobarbital and dextroamphetamine found in the catalog.
Effects on human saccadic eye movements of diazepam, pentobarbital and dextroamphetamine
Richard C. Frecker
Written in English
|Contributions||Toronto, Ont. University.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 383 leaves.|
|Number of Pages||383|
It is important to keep in mind that the effects produced by any drug can vary significantly and is largely dependent on the dose and route of administration. Concurrent use of other drugs can enhance or block an effect, and substance users often take more than one drug to boost the desired effects or counter unwanted side :// Such effects are of great concern to researchers in bioelectromagnetics, since the nervous system coordinates and controls an organism’s responses to the environment through autonomic and voluntary muscular movements and neurohumoral ://
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Eye movements lend themselves to the study of pharmacological influences on sensorimotor and cognitive processes. In this chapter, we provide an introduction to the study of pharmacological The effects of diazepam and thiopental on voluntary saccades and pursuit eye movements were tested in 9 volunteers, with an interval of at least 2 weeks between :// Diazepam is a controlled substance drug used to treat anxiety, alcohol withdrawal, muscle spasms, and certain types of seizures.
Read :// Request PDF | Differences in Saccadic Eye Movements in Subjects at High and Low Risk for Panic Disorder | Background: Panic disorder (PD) has a strong genetic component showing high heritability The effects of single oral doses of 5, 10, and 20 mg temazepam were evaluated with the adaptive tracking test, analysis of smooth-pursuit and saccadic eye movements, and visual analog lines in a The effects of dopamine-antagonistic neuroleptic (NL) medication on saccadic eye movements were compared in matched groups of 40 NL-treated and 18 NL-free schizophrenic patients and in 18 NL Borland, R.G.
and Nicholson, A.N.: Immediate effects on human performance of a 1,5 benzodiazepine (clobazam) compared with the 1,4 benzodiazepines, chlordiazepoxide hydrochloride and diazepam.
British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 2: – ()b PubMed CrossRef Google Scholar Using a pulsed IR source, and novel signal processing, the centre of gravity of the 1st Purkinje image on an array of discrete phototransistors is com It has been reported that both saccadic [, ] and smooth pursuit [, ] eye movements are impaired in AD.
pentobarbital and dextroamphetamine book Eye movements are controlled by an intricate neural network involving brainstem nuclei and the cerebral cortex and degenerative changes in several sites in this network may explain the eye movement deficiency Effects of rilmenidine and clonidine on the electroencephalogram, saccadic eye movements, and psychomotor function.
Effects of single or repeated immobolization on release of norepinephrine and its metabolites in the central nucleus of the amygdala in conscious The relevant eye movement physiology with respect to the effects of benzodiazepines is discussed by Bittencourt et al.
These studies are worth mentioning because drug effects can objectively and repeatedly be measured and moreover there is a close association between the genesis of eye movements and of certain aspects of :// Richens A.
Saccadic eye movement analysis as a measure of drug effects on human psychomotor performance. Br J Clin Pharmacol;SS Guieu JD. Dujardin K, Derambure P. Borderies P. Comparison of acute and residual effects on memory and attention of the single dose of zolpidem (10 mg) vs zopiclone, flunitrazepam and :// The effects of diazepam (– mg/kg i.v.) upon local cerebral glucose utilization, were analysed in 61 anatomically discrete areas of the conscious rat brain using [14C]deoxyglucose The first work in this regard was in when the inhibitory effects of benzodiazepines on saccadic (very rapid, small) eye movements was reported.
40/ In work recently completed in Finland it was demonstrated that 10 mg doses of diazepam caused sub- stantial impairment of divided attention tasks that require eye movement, but no such The de Wit laboratory investigates the subjective, behavioral and physiological effects of drugs of abuse in healthy human volunteers.
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REINECKE Department of Ophthalmology, Albany Medical College, Albany, NYU.S.A. (Received 10 January ; in. certain information is necessary to prevent serious adverse effects. patient decision-making should be informed by information about a known serious side effect with a product, ://Stimulants, such as dextroamphetamine (Dexedrine ®, Adderall ®) and methylphenidate (Ritalin ®, Concerta ®), act in the brain on the family of monoamine neurotransmitter systems, which include norepinephrine and dopamine.
Stimulants enhance the effects of these :// Even so, it can cause a variety of side effects, mostly associated with the central nervous system. Side effects include sleepiness, varying degrees of sedation and sense of fatigue, memory impairment, tics and poor coordination of movement, depressed breathing function, as well as involuntary eye movements called ://