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A drug of the SSRI class, C22H21FN2O, that is a stereoisomer of citalopram and is given in the form of its oxalate to treat depression and anxiety.

[es-, isomer pref. (pronunciation spelling of the first letter of S-stereoisomer, isomer with counterclockwise rotation, from Latin sinister, left-handed; see sinister) + citalopram.]


n escitalopram m
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Eighteen-year-old Brennan McCartney visited his doctor for a chest cold and, despite no history of mental health issues or diagnosis of depression, received a prescription for the antidepressant Cipralex.
Cipralex sales in the third quarter of 2012, dropped to DKK 1.
A second study found that a variant of Citalopram known as escitalopram, often sold as Cipralex, for which a million prescriptions were issued last year, also increased risks to the heart.
this' Chemist and Druggist found more than 50 drugs out of stock at wholesalers, and some of the most difficult to obtain products include antidepressant Cipralex, breast cancer drug Femara, Sinemet for Parkinson's disease and Zyprexa for bipolar disorder.
Copenhagen, Denmark) said a forecast-beating rise in sales of its blockbuster drug Cipralex boosted the drugmaker's fourth-quarter operating profit, though a writedown kept it below expectations.
Forensic experts examining Gately's body found unusually high traces of the powerful sleeping drug Zopiclone, and the anti-depressant Cipralex.
One pharmacist reported that a patient had panic attacks waiting for Cipralex, and another said the wait for Femara had caused "extreme distress.
The new plant manufactures Escitalopram, which is the active ingredient for Cipralex [R]/Lexapro[R], Lundbeck's new antidepressant drug.
A review by medical experts, set up earlier this year, to look at the safety of SSRIs found that there is no, or insufficient, evidence from clinical trials that benefits outweigh the risks of side effects for the drugs Lustral (sertraline), Cipramil (citalo- pram), Cipralex (escitalo- pram) and Faverin (fluvox- amine).
The hi-tech plant makes escitalopram, the active ingredient in Cipralex, a new anti-depressant drug.
Researchers who studied 24 people with the disorder, including one who owned 2,000 wrenches, and found they lost interest in shopping after taking Cipralex.