2 edition of Sensitization to drugs found in the catalog.
Sensitization to drugs
European Society for the Study of Drug Toxicity.
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Editors: S. B. de C. Baker [and] J. Tripod.|
|Series||International congress series,, no. 181|
|Contributions||Baker, S. B. de C., ed., Tripod, Jean, ed.|
|LC Classifications||RA1190 .E8 vol. 10, 1969|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||256|
|LC Control Number||74552818|
Central sensitization is a condition of the nervous system that is associated with the development and maintenance of chronic pain. When central sensitization occurs, the nervous system goes through a process called wind-up and gets regulated in a persistent state of high reactivity. This persistent, or regulated, state of reactivity lowers the. chateau-du-bezy.com provides accurate and independent information on more than 24, prescription drugs, over-the-counter medicines and natural products. This material is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended for medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. Data sources include IBM Watson Micromedex (updated 3 Feb ), Cerner Multum™ (updated 5 Feb ), Wolters Kluwer™ (updated.
Start studying Drugs and Behavior: Tolerance and Sensitization. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. The identification of cardiac sensitization as a potential adverse reaction to an airborne chemical goes back almost years. Cats lightly anesthetized with chloroform were unexpectedly sensitive to injected epinephrine (Levy and Lewis ).
Feb 21, · Given the increasing evidence supporting the clinical significance of central sensitization in those in a wide variety of disorders, including chronic whiplash associated disorders, chronic tension-type headache and migraine among others, the awareness is growing that desensitising the central nervous system should be a treatment target in these chateau-du-bezy.com by: 9. Mar 06, · Sensitization: Are You Conditioned to Overreact to Stress? Summer Beretsky She had her first panic attack as an undergrad at Lycoming College Author: Summer Beretsky.
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Sensitization. The enhanced response to a stimulus, after repeated exposure to that stimulus, is termed sensitization (Robinson and Becker, ; Kalivas and Stewart, ).Regarding drugs of abuse, behavioral sensitization is defined by the augmented motor-stimulant response that occurs with repeated, intermittent exposure to a specific chateau-du-bezy.com by: Behavioral sensitization is a neuroadaptive process characterized by an increase in a particular behavior after repeated exposure to drugs or other stimuli, such as stress.
Sensitization can also be extended to neurochemical and neuroendocrine sensitization. Several factors can. The word “sensitization” is used to refer to a number of different, but related effects.
For example, in immunology, sensitization refers to the hypersensitivity to an antigen (often an allergen) that can develop upon repeated exposure to the antigen. Sensitization is a non-associative learning process in which repeated administration of a stimulus results in the progressive amplification of a response.
Sensitization often is characterized by an enhancement of response to a whole class of stimuli in addition to the one that is repeated. The present chapter aims to delineate the merits and limitations of the incentive sensitization view of addiction, and whether incentive sensitization occurs in humans.
We conclude that since incentive sensitization most prominently occurs after the first few drug exposures, it may represent an important initial step in the addiction chateau-du-bezy.com by: Incentive sensitization: excessive 'wanting' Sensitization to drugs book drugs and their cues Harder to measure: increased drug seeking, drug/cue-induced relapse They are believed to be related although it is still hard to prove if they are identical Locomotor sensitization is often used as evidence to suggest incentive sensitization.
Sensitization to Drugs. In book: Encyclopedia of Psychopharmacology, pp This paper is concerned with factors that affect whether tolerance and/or sensitization to the various Author: Terry E.
Robinson. Dec 01, · Twenty-seven papers from the meeting held in Oxford, England, Aprilon topics in pharmacological toxicology, some with immediate clinical applications—for example, those on antinuclear factors and drug treatment (Holborow), impairment of the sleep cycle induced by drugs (Čapek and others), and review of Swedish experience with oral contraceptives and jaundice (Westerholm).
Research into the processes of tolerance and sensitization has escalated at a substantial rate in recent years, presumably because of the fundamental importance of understanding the long-term, as opposed simply to the initial, acute effects of drugs.
The rapid of such research in recent years is. Sensitization to the locomotor stimulant effects of abused drugs provides a behavioral measure thought to reflect underlying neural adaptations to repeated drug exposure. Drugs such as heroin, cocaine, amphetamine, alcohol, and nicotine can all induce sensitization, although not necessarily to the same degree.
Once induced, sensitization to one drug often crosses to other drugs too. More sensitization is produced by exposure to high doses of drug than to low doses.
sensitization [sen″sĭ-tĭ-za´shun] 1. immunization. exposure to allergen that results in the development of hypersensitivity. the coating of erythrocytes with antibody so that they are subject to lysis by complement in the presence of homologous antigen, the first stage of a complement fixation test.
autoerythrocyte sensitization see. Sensitization is a psychological term referring to the forced association between a repetitive stimuli and a corresponding reaction. Sensitization, is, basically, a Psychological tool by which a person can be trained to react more to a stimulus.
Research into the processes of tolerance and sensitization has escalated at a substantial rate in recent years, presumably because of the fundamental importance of understanding the long-term, as opposed simply to the initial, acute effects of chateau-du-bezy.com by: This book also introduces several of the current approaches that have been developed by established investigators in the field that are aimed at overcoming resistance.
This book is the first that compiles studies on tumor cell sensitization and is useful for students, scientists, clinicians and. There are, however, some data available showing cross-sensitization between different types of drugs of abuse.
The present study observed behavioral sensitization to the psychostimulant drug of abuse methamphetamine (MET) in the model of agonistic behavior in singly-housed male mice on paired interactions with nonaggressive group-housed partners.
Book Table of Contents. Chapter Contents. Prev page. Next page. Sensitization. The opposite of desensitization is sensitization. While desensitization is an extinction process, sensitization is an acquisition process, training someone to react more to a stimulus.
What. Sensitization to the locomotor stimulant effects of abused drugs provides a behavioral measure thought to reflect underlying neural adaptations to repeated drug exposure. Neurochemical measures have provided information about the specific neural systems impacted and altered by repeated drug chateau-du-bezy.com by: 5.
GHS Classification Criteria for Eye Irritation and Serious Eye Damage. Little Pro on Views: Update Substances that cause adverse changes at the site of first contact (skin, eye, mucous membrane, respiratory tract etc) after a single exposure can be categorised as irritant or corrosive substances, depending on the reversibility of the effects observed.
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The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied.Mar 08, · Sensitization is used more frequently in neuropsychology as well as drug addiction.
A good example of Sensitization is when somebody is taking drugs; lets go with pain pills for this example. They take the pain pills and instead of growing tolerant to the pills they become more sensitive.
So the pills eventually will have adverse effects while.Apr 30, · Sensitization is different from tolerance. As tolerance develops, the addict needs more and more of a substance to get a pleasant effect; as sensitization develops, he needs less and less of the substance to crave it intensely.
So sensitization leads to increased wanting, though not necessarily liking.