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Treatment issues in multiple sclerosis in Latin America
(Karger Publishers, 2015)
Antinociceptive effects of morphine, fentanyl, tramadol and their combination, in morphine-tolerant mice
(Elsevier Inc., 2010)
The development of morphine-tolerance after chronic administration, reduces analgesic efficacy and is a significant clinical problem in some patients; may be managed clinically by increasing the doses of morphine and/or ...
Antinociception, tolerance, and physical dependence comparison between morphine and tramadol
(Elsevier Inc., 1998)
The mechanism of action of tramadol includes the activation of opioid receptors, and the potential ability of the drug to induce tolerance and physical dependence has been evaluated in different animal species and humans. ...
Morfina nasal: Avaliacao da analgesia e dos efeitos colaterais no tratamento da dor pos-operatoria em criancas
Background and Objectives - Postoperative pain is one of the major discomforts but often under treated, especially in the pediatric patient. The aim of this study was to evaluate nasal morphine postoperative analgesia as ...
Preventing the recovery of extinguished ethanol tolerance
(ELSEVIER SCIENCE BV., 2016)
There is substantial evidence that drug-paired cues become associated with drug effects. From a Pavlovian perspective, these cues act as conditioned stimuli and elicit conditioned compensatory responses that contribute to ...
Current Status of Allograft Tolerance in Intestinal Transplantation
(Taylor & Francis, 2014-05)
Solid organ transplantation has become a clinical practice after the development of different immunosuppressive drugs that allowed controlling rejection. The price to be paid for that is the permanent risk of infections ...
Repeated administration of caffeine induces either sensitization or tolerance of locomotor stimulation depending on the environmental context
(Polish Acad Sciences Inst Pharmacology, 2012-01-01)
Caffeine is the psychostimulant substance consumed in greatest quantities in the world. The repeated administration of psychostimulants can either decrease or increase the drug effect, inducing tolerance or sensitization, ...