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Centalun

Centalun
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  • In general: unscheduled
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FormulaC11H12O2
Molar mass176.212 g/mol g·mol−1
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Centalun was developed by Boehringer Ingelheim in 1962[1] and is a psycholeptic drug with hypnotic and sedative effects, via allosteric agonism of the GABAA receptor.[2] It was previously used for sedation in medical procedures such as surgery,[3] orthopedics[4] and gynecology,[5] although it is no longer in clinical use. Despite its history of clinical use, centalun was never incorporated into the CSA and therefore remains unregulated as a drug of abuse.

References

  1. ^ BE 618130, "Procédé pour l'obtention d'alkinediols" 
  2. ^ Janke W, Glathe H (June 1964). "[Experimental Studies on the Psychic Effect of Sedatives Under Normal and Stress Conditions]". Psychologische Forschung (in German). 27: 377–402. doi:10.1007/bf00421338. PMID 14233519.
  3. ^ Monecke K (July 1964). "[Pre- and Postoperative Use of Centalun in Surgery]". Deutsches Medizinisches Journal (in German). 15: 470–1. PMID 14238754.
  4. ^ Bruckschen E (July 1964). "[Sedative Therapy with Centalun in Orthopedics]". Deutsches Medizinisches Journal (in German). 15: 493–4. PMID 14243120.
  5. ^ Gerlach W, Gerlach E (March 1964). "[Experiences with Centalun in Obstetrical and Gynecological Patients]". Medizinische Monatsschrift (in German). 18: 131–3. PMID 14193290.