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Medication Glossary

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Doxepin: a tricyclic antidepressanr (TCA) medication. Includes brand names such as Adapin, Alopam, Anten, Aponal, Deptran, Doneurin, Doxal, Doxecan, Doxetar, Doxin, Gilex, Mareen, Quitaxon, Sinequan, Sinquan, Sinquane, Spectra, Triadapin, Xepin, Zonalon.

Drug: another term for medication

Drug Abuse: the abuse of a substance to the extent that it interferes substantially in emotional, social and occupational functioning.

Daypress: see Imipramine

Dalmane: see Flurazepam

Deprax: see Trazodone

Deproxin: see Fluoxetine

Depsol: see Imipramine

Depsonil: see Imipramine

Deptran: see Doxepin

Deroxat: see Paroxetine

Desconet: see Diazepam

Desipramine: a Tricyclcic Antidepressant (TCA) medication. Includes brand names such as Norpramin and Pertofran.

Desirel: see Trazodone

Desloneg: see Diazepam

Desyrel: see Trazodone

Diaceplex: see Diazepam

Dialag: see Diazepam

Dialar: see Diazepam

Dialar: see Diazepam

Diapam: see Diazepam

Diapax: see Diazepam

Diapine: see Diazepam

Diaquel: see Diazepam

Diatran: see Diazepam

Diazebrum: see Chlordiazepoxide

Diazemuls: see Diazepam

Diazepam: one of the older benzodiazepine medications, sometimes used in the treatment of anxiety and depression. Includes brand names such as Alboral, Aliseum, Alupram, Amiprol, Anlin, Ansiolin, Antenex, Anxicalm, Anxionil, Apo-diazepam, Apozepam, Armonil, Arzepam, Assival, Atensine, Azedipamin, Baogin, Benzopin, Best, Betapam, Britazepam, Calmpose, Calmod, Caudel, Centrazepam, Chuansuan, Consilium, D:Val, Desconet, Desloneg, Di:Tran, Diaceplex, Dialag, Dialar, Diapam, Diapax, Diapine, Diaquel, Diatran, Diazemuls, Diazepam, Diazepan, Diazepin, Dipaz, Dipezona, Disopam, Dizam, Doval, D:Pam, Drenian, Ducene, Dupin, Eridan, Elcion CR, Euphorin, Euphorin P, Evacalm, Gewacalm, Gradual, Gubex, Horizon, Jinpanfan, Kratium, Lamra, Lembrol, Lovium, Mandro, Mandro:Zep, Melode, Mentalium, Meval, Nellium, Nerozen, Neurosedin, Nivalen, Nixtensyn, Noan, Notense, Novazam, Novodipam, Ortopsique, Paceum, Pacitran, Paralium, Parzam, Pax, Paxate, Paxum, Pharmadine, Placidox, Plidan, Pomin, Propam, Prozepam, Psychopax, Q:Pam, Radizepam, Relanium, Reliver, Rival, Ro:Azepam, Saromet, Scriptopam, Seduxen, Servizepam, Simasedan, Sipam, Solis, Sonacon, Stesolid, T:Quil, Tensium, Tranquil, Tranquirit, Trazepam, Valaxona, Valinter, Valitran, Valium, Valrelease, Valuzepam, Vanconin, Vatran, Vazen, Vivol, Winii, X:O'Spaz, Zepaxid, Zetran.

Diazepan: see Diazepam

Diazepina: see Chlordiazepoxide

Diazepin: see Diazepam

Dipaz: see Diazepam

Dipezona: see Diazepam

Dipoxido: see Chlordiazepoxide

Disarim: see Chlordiazepoxide

Disopam: see Diazepam

Di-Tran: see Diazepam

Dizam: see Diazepam

Domical: see Amitryptiline

Doneurin: see Doxepin

Dopamine: a neurotransmitter (catecholamine) involved in a wide variety of functions.

Dothiepin: a tricyclic antidepressant (TCA) medication. Includes brand names such as Prothiaden.

Doval: see Diazepam

Doxal: see Doxepin

Doxecan: see Doxepin

Doxetar: see Doxepin

Doxin: see Doxepin

D-Pam: see Diazepam

Drenian: see Diazepam

Dual Serotonin and Norepinephrine Reuptake Inhibitors (SNRIs): medications that block the reuptake of both serotonin and norepinephrine. Includes medications such as Venlafaxine.

Ducene: see Diazepam

Dumirox: see Fluvoxamine

Dumozolam: see Triazolam

Dumyrox: see Fluvoxamine

Dupin: see Diazepam

Duralozam: see Lorazepam

D-Val: see Diazepam