Ethchlorvynol

Ethchlorvynol chemical structure Ethchlorvynol 1-chloro-3-ethyl-pent-1-en-4-yn-3-ol CAS number 113-18-8 ATC code ? Chemical formula C7H9ClO Molecular weight 144.598 g/mol Bioavailability ? Metabolismo ? Elimination half-life ? Excretion ? Pregnancy category ? Legal status Schedule IV[1] Routes of administration Oral Ethchlorvynol is a sedative and hypnotic drug. It has been used to treat insomnia, but has been largely superseded and is only offered where an intolerance or allergy to other drugs exists. Along with expected sedative effects of relaxation and drowsiness ethchlorvynol can cause skin rashes, faintness, restlessness and euphoria. Early adjustment side effects can include nausea and vomiting, numbness, blurred vision, stomach pains and temporary dizziness. An overdose is marked by confusion, fiebre, peripheral numbness and weakness, reduced coordination and muscle control, slurred speech, reduced heartbeat. It is addictive and after prolonged use can cause withdrawal symptoms including convulsions, hallucinations and memory loss. Due to these problems it is unusual for ethchlorvynol to be prescribed for periods exceeding seven days. Ethchlorvynol is a member of the class of sedative-hypnotic tertiary carbinols such as methylparafynol. It is not a barbituric acid derivative. The systematic name of ethchlorvynol is usually given as ethyl 2-chlorovinyl ethynyl carbinol or 1-chloro-3-ethyl-1-penten-4-yl-3-ol. Its empirical formula is C7H9ClO. In the United States Abbott Laboratories used to sell it under the tradename Placidyl. Since Abbott and Banner Pharmacaps, which manufactured the generic version, discontinued production in 1999, ethchlorvynol is no longer available in the United States. References and End Notes PubChem Substance Summary: Ethchlorvynol National Center for Biotechnology Information. Acceder 1 Septiembre 2005 (UTC) Electronic Orange Book: Approved Drug Products with Therapeutic Equivalence Evaluations Food and Drug Administration. Acceder 12 Diciembre 2005 (UTC) ^ Green List: Anexo del informe estadístico anual sobre sustancias sicotrópicas (formulario P) 23rd edición. Agosto 2003. Junta Internacional de Estupefacientes, Centro Internacional de Viena. Acceder 1 Septiembre 2005 (UTC) Esta página utiliza contenido con licencia Creative Commons de Wikipedia (ver autores).

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