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Studies of brain tissue samples showed that whereas ketamine silenced burst-firing within minutes, the standard antidepressant fluoxetine HCL, commonly known as Prozac, had no such effect at these timescales.
The patients were removed from the drug, but then agreed to try another course of treatment with fluoxetine under close observation.
A report from the office of the chief medical examiner confirmed that Roy died from an overdose of methadone, alcohol, hydroxyzine and fluoxetine, the affidavit says.
According to Lane's mother and son, who gave statements to Metro, Lane suffered from dry mouth — a common side effect of fluoxetine.
The study's authors, from Hiroshima University and the RIKEN Brain Science Institute in Saitama, Japan, administered Prozac (also known by its generic name, fluoxetine) to the mice during the first three weeks of their lives.
Then emerged her daughter, Franny Tidwell, 32, who rummaged through 29 bottles of medication atop the refrigerator and brought down her own: oxcarbazepine for bipolar disorder, fluoxetine for depression, an opiate for pain.
This is a big societal problem, which is why 24.4 million prescriptions were filled for fluoxetine (the generic version of Prozac) in 2010 in America.
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First Known Use: 1975See Words from the same year
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