Chlormezanone

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Overview

Chlormezanone (marketed under the brandname Trancopal or Fenaprim) is a drug used as an anxiolytic and a muscle relaxant. Its use was discontinued in many countries from 1996 on, due to rare but serious cases of toxic epidermal necrolysis.

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  • Wollina U, Hipler U, Seeling A, Oelschlager H (2005). "Investigations of interactions of chlormezanone racemate and its enantiomers on human keratinocytes and human leucoytes in vitro". Skin Pharmacol Physiol. 18 (3): 132–138. doi:10.1159/000084910. PMID 15897685.
  • Seeling A, Oelschläger H, Rothley D (2000). "Important pharmaceutical-chemical characteristics of the central muscle relaxant chlormezanone". Pharmazie. 55 (4): 293–6. PMID 10798243.
  • Oelschläger H, Klinger W, Rothley D, Seeling A, Bockhard H, Hofmann B, Machts H, Riederer H, Rackur H (1998). "[Cleavage and biotransformation of the central muscle relaxant chlormezanone]". Pharmazie. 53 (9): 620–4. PMID 9770210.
  • Gautier V, Vincon G, Demotes-Mainard F, Albin H (1990). "[Pharmacokinetics of chlormezanone in healthy volunteers] (original in French)". Pharmazie. 45 (4): 315–9. PMID 2399514.

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