Translation of stimulant in Spanish:

stimulant

estimulante, n.

Pronunciation: /ˈstɪmjələnt//ˈstɪmjʊl(ə)nt/

noun

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    Pharmacology
    estimulante masculine
    • Some of these medicines, like stimulants and antidepressants, were first developed for other health problems.
    • It's never a good sign when someone's taking sedatives and stimulants at the same time.
    • Amphetamines, like cocaine, are psychomotor stimulants, previously used primarily by those involved in sports and entertainment to enhance performance.
    • The stimulants methylphenidate and dextroamphetamine remain the pharmacologic agents of first choice for the management of ADHD.
    • Alternatively, antispasmodic drugs and motility stimulants may be prescribed.
    • To maximize the chance of extubation to nCPAP we chose to use a combination of surfactant and caffeine as a respiratory stimulant to enable preterm neonates to be maintained on nCPAP.
    • In the MTA study, children were given bupropion or haloperidol if stimulants proved ineffective.
    • However, physician assistants are not authorized to prescribe Schedule II substances listed as stimulants or depressants in Iowa.
    • If bupropion is not a stimulant why does GlaxoWellcome's product monograph list insomnia as its commonest side effect (occurring in just under half of patients)?
    • Some prescribing issues surround the use of controlled substances such as stimulants.
    • The medications most often implicated in prescription drug abuse are opioid analgesics, sedative-hypnotics and stimulants.
    • It is also a central nervous system stimulant, which can aid in activities that require concentration.
    • Some commonly used medications include antidepressants, anti-psychotics and stimulants.
    • The medicines investigated include antidepressants, stimulants, antipsychotics, benzodiazepines and other anxiolytics.
    • One could argue that I might have just got people who didn't respond very well to the stimulant medication and so the stimulant wasn't actually having that bonus effect that you might have predicted.
    • Research published in the Archives of Disease in Childhood, showed a increase in the use of antidepressants and stimulants in all of the countries included in the study.
    • I used to compound it in a 20 mg/ml solution to be used as a respiratory stimulant for premature babies.
    • If MDMA is to be scheduled, it properly belongs on Schedule III - along with substances like steroids and stimulants.
    • Unless contraindicated, prophylaxis with a gastrointestinal motility stimulant laxative and a stool softener is appropriate in terminally ill patients who are being given opioids.
    • It also acted as a stimulant, a sedative, an appetite suppressant, and fed smokers' addictions.
    • Much more than a resource economy, services industries are the main stimulant of economic activity and make up almost 80 per cent of GDP.
    • Like railroads, gaslights were instrumental stimulants for industrial growth.
    • The proposed new European league, in which Celtic and Rangers are the prime movers, will not just put the his club on a level commercial footing with the major Italian and English ones, but will also be a major stimulant to the Scottish game.
    • WIT is the anchor and stimulant for thinking and development in the region.
    • This isn't surprising as low interest rates are proving an inadequate stimulant to get European economies moving again.
    • The brink of disaster can be a mighty potent stimulant for forcing a company to save itself.
    • More credit is not an antidote but instead a potent stimulant for Financial Fragility.
    • Angola's post-civil war economic and political stability since 2002 is a stimulant for increasing trade and investment.
    • Major international companies, however, remain a major stimulant to Paisley and Renfrewshire and the export effort.
    • His determination to promote Bradford is a stimulant.
    • It is the trustees' vision that this prize will become a major stimulant to the inventiveness of the young people of Europe by giving early recognition and encouragement to the Alfred Nobels of the 21st century.
    • On the contrary, they act as stimulants, inducing in their adherents a desire to effect a dramatic change in their circumstances.
    • A major growth stimulant over the review period was increased consumer demand for food products requiring minimal preparation.
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    (stimulus)
    estímulo masculine
    acicate masculine