Tyramine pressor sensitivity in healthy subjects during combined treatment with moclobemide and selegiline

@article{Korn2004TyraminePS,
  title={Tyramine pressor sensitivity in healthy subjects during combined treatment with moclobemide and selegiline},
  author={A. Korn and Brunhilde Wagner and Jasper Dingemanse and Ernst Moritz},
  journal={European Journal of Clinical Pharmacology},
  year={2004},
  volume={49},
  pages={273-278}
}
AbstractObjective: The objectives of this double-blind study were to assess the tolerability and i.v. tyramine pressor response during combined treatment with moclobemide and selegiline. Subjects: Two parallel groups of 12 healthy male and female subjects were treated with 200 mg moclobemide or 5 mg selegiline b.d. for 14 days. On Day 7, selegiline or moclobemide was added to the other treatment. IV tyramine pressor tests were conducted at baseline and at steady state during mono- and combined… Expand
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