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50 mg may be given at night to assist sleep and reduce autonomic side effects during the day. The onset of action is in seven to ten days - its sedative action much sooner. s. Amitriptyline in tablets or syrup may be given to children in the treatment of nocturnal enuresis, usual starting dose being 25 mg at night. COlltrailldicatiol1s and side eJfects. As for imipramine but with greater autonomic manifestations. Drowsiness may be marked initially. Nortripytline Similar to amitriptyline but is more potent.
As morphine. Ethoheptazine Pharmacological action. An analgesic of equivalent strength to codeine. It is not anti-tussive or a respiratory suppressant and does not sedate. It acts within 30 minutes and lasts for 4-5 hours. The Analgesics Therapeutic uses. Dose: 7S-1SO mg orally. It is used chiefly in conjunction with aspirin or paracetamol. Contra indications and side effects. Similar to morphine but appears not to be addictive. Table 4 Morphinans and Benzmorphans Related drugs with Useful analgesics other uses Morphinans Levorphanol (l-methorphan) d-Methorphan (anti-tussive) Levallorphan* Benzmorphans Phenazocine Pentazocine * Narcotic antagonist.
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A Guide to Drugs in Current Use by Professor J. R. Trounce (auth.), Professor J. R. Trounce (eds.)