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A drug of the SSRI class, C20H21FN2O, used in its hydrobromide form to treat depression.

[citalo- (from rearrangement of (ph)t(h)al(ene)c(arbon)i(trile), one of its constituents) + -pram, antidepressant suff. (pr(opyl) + am(ine)).]


n citalopram m
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He was assessed, Sertraline was stopped and Cipramil 20mg was introduced.
But drug Cipramil reduced the clumps of the protein by 38% in healthy people given a 60mg dose.
In the early 2000s, Lundbeck was the manufacturer of citalopram, a "blockbuster" antidepressant medicine sold under the brand names Celexa and Cipramil.
ANTIDEPRESSANTS: THE FACTS The most commonly prescribed antidepressant in Wales in 2010 was Citalopram, brand name Cipramil, for which there were 1.
In 2002, the Danish company granted the Chinese marketing rights for antidepressants Cipramil and Lexapro to Xian-Janssen, part of US healthcare group Johnson & Johnson (NYSE: JNJ).
A strip of 6 Trazadome 30MG tablets and a strip of 6 10MG Cipramil tablets were in a handbag lost around at around 11.
Indian pharma companies, in particular, are already having a global impact, with many now developing their own intellectual property: Ranbaxy developed a once-daily antibiotic; Matrix Laboratories developed a process for manufacturing a key ingredient of the antidepressant drug Cipramil.
Q:MY doctor told me I had a personality disorder and gave me Cipramil but it hasn't helped.
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).
Doctors tried everything from drugs to electric shocks to shake him out of the illness, yet nothing worked until a new antidepressant, Cipramil, was suggested.