Campisi Corradino

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Since 1-(m-chlorophenyl)piperazine (mCPP) is a metabolite of trazodone (TRZ) and etoperidone (ETO), two atypical antidepressants, a pharmacological study was undertaken to establish the possible contribution of mCPP to the effects of the parent compounds. Behavioral effects of mCPP in rats consist in head shakes and other signs of serotoninergic(More)
Pharmacological results are reviewed supporting the use of benzydamine in so-called "primary inflammations" rather than in rheumatic diseases. In experimental studies, benzydamine shares with aspirin-like drugs their activity in acute inflammatory responses but not in Freund's adjuvant arthritis. The efficacy of benzydamine is mainly manifested against(More)
BACKGROUND The problem of prevention of lymphatic injuries in surgery is extremely important if we think about the frequency of both early complications such as lymphorrhea, lymphocele, wound dehiscence, and infections and late complications such as lymphangites and lymphedema. Nowadays, it is possible to identify risk patients and prevent these lesions or(More)
The results of a broad pharmacological screening on 1-[(2,4-dichlorophenyl)-methyl] -1H-indazole-3-carboxylic acid ( lonidamine ) a new antitumour agent which also possesses antispermatogenic and embryotoxic effects, are reported. Lonidamine does not affect general behaviour and autonomic functions and is devoid of anticonvulsant, anti-reserpine,(More)
A comparative study was performed, in healthy and Ehrlich ascites bearing mice, to ascertain if the acute toxicity of drugs can change in disease conditions. Adriamycin, cis-platinum, cyclophosphamide, 5-fluorouracil, vinblastine, morphine and cefoxitin were administered intravenously; prochlorperazine and acetylsalicylic acid were given orally, and(More)