Definition of Doriden
1. Noun. Sedative (trade name Doriden) used to treat some sleep disorders.
Generic synonyms: Depressant, Downer, Sedative, Sedative Drug
Language type: Trade Name
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Literary usage of Doriden
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1. Drug Abuse Curriculum for Employee Assistance Program Professionalsby DIANE Publishing Company by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"The Doriden/codeine combination mentioned earlier is a popular drug abuse pattern in some locations but is unknown in others; PCP abuse is especially common ..."
2. Prevention Plus III: Assessing Alcohol & Other Drug Prevention Programs at by Jean A. Linney, Abraham Wandersman (1993)
"... doriden d. alcohol 25. Which of the Mowing is not a long- term effect of narcotic use? a. loss of appetite and weight b. impotence c. sterility d. high ..."
3. Bibliography of the Philippine Islands by Library of Congress, Appleton Prentiss Clark Griffin, Philip Lee Phillips, United States Bureau of Insular Affairs (1903)
"... und Doriden; Litteratur-Uebersicht, 1878. Bd. 3, Heft. 15-18, Supplement-Heft. 1-4, pp. 647-1165,1-285, (92) pp. intercalated between the plates, Tafel. ..."
4. Protecting Children in Substance-Abusing Families by Vickie Kropenske, Judy Howard (1995)
"The various drugs included in this classification include barbiturates (Nembutal,™ Seconal,™ and Amytal™), chloral hydrate, glutethimide (Doriden™), ..."
5. Treatment of Opiate Addiction Using Methadone: A Counselor's Manual by Michael J. McCann, Richard A. Rawson, Jeanne L. Obert (1995)
"... Piornal, Tuinal), and sleeping pills such as Placidyl, Doriden, quaaludes (no longer available in the US through prescription), and chloral hydrate. ..."
6. Pulse Check: National Trends in Drug Abuse by Lee P. Brown (1995)
"Washington, DC police report the appearance of the combination of Doriden and Tylenol-4 ("Dors and 4s") as well as Elavil, Clonidine, ..."