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EKG: electrocardiogram (ECG)

Escitalopram: more pure drug made from effective components of citalopram.

Efasedan: see Lorazepam

Effexor: see Venlafaxine

Elatrol: see Amitryptiline

Elatrolet: see Amitryptiline

Elavil: see Amitryptiline

Elcion CR: see Diazepam

Eldepryl: see Selegeline

Elenium: see Chlordiazepoxide

Epinephrine (adrenaline): a hormone and neurotransmitter secreted by the adrenal gland especially during high emotion that results in a variety of changes in the body including an increase in blood sugar and a rise in blood pressure. High levels of epinephrine have been associated with anxiety and panic attacks, and this condition can be diagnosed.

Emitrip: see Amitryptiline

Emotion: see Lorazepam

Emotival: see Lorazepam

Enafon: see Amitryptiline

Endep: see Amitryptiline

Enovil: see Amitryptiline

Epoxide: see Chlordiazepoxide

Equilibrium: see Chlordiazepoxide

Eridan: see Diazepam

Estazolam: a benzodiazepine medication.

Estrogens: hormones secreted by ovaries that determine and maintain female sexual characteristics.

Ethipramine: see Imipramine

Etrafon: see Mitriptyline

Etravil: see Amitryptiline

Euhypnos: see Temazepam

Euphorin: see Diazepam

Euphorin P: see Diazepam

Eutonyl: see Pargyline

Evacalm: see Diazepam