1. H. Hohnloser MDA, S. (1997, october 23). The American journal of cardiology. Retrieved from science direct: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0002914997007170
This research paper tells us about Antiarrhythmic Drugs and also about different types in it. this page explains about the risks that caused when a person takes it to his body. And also this page describes us how to manage drug addicted victim. Hohnloser also tells us about the nature of proarrhythmic reactions induced by antiarrhythmic drugs.
2. Krallinger, M. (2015, January 19). CHEMDNER: The drugs and chemical names extraction challenge. Retrieved from Journal of Cheminformatics: https://jcheminf.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1758-2946-7-S1-S1
In this research article, the author tells about the ‘CHEMDNER’ challenge which says about the drugs and chemical names that was extracted. This article gives more information about CHEMDER challenge ( chemical compound and drug name recognition). The strategies used to detect chemicals included machine learning using a variety of features, drug lexica and domain-specific rules.
3. M.D, K. D. (1969, June). Diagnosis and Drug Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders. Retrieved from Psychopharm: https://journals.lww.com/psychopharmrev/Citation/1969/06000/Diagnosis_and_Drug_Treatment_of_Psychiatric.6.aspx
This research article describes us about how patients are behaved when they physically take some drugs. This article also tells about the drug treatment for psychiartic disorders that occurs due to taking some drugs. the author also describes about a women that she felt depressed for six days after having drugs.
4. Martin, W. R. (1976, June). The effects of morphine- and nalorphine- like drugs in the nondependent and morphine-dependent chronic spinal dog. Retrieved from ASPECT: http://jpet.aspetjournals.org/content/197/3/517.short
This research article tells about the effects of morphine and also the effects of nalorphine like drugs that are non-dependent of morphine and dependent of morphine- chronic spinal dog.Morphine is the prototype agonist for the mu receptor, ketocyclazocine for the kappa receptor and SKF-10,047 for the sigma receptor.
5. Nelson, S. J. (2011, July 1). Normalized names for clinical drugs. Retrieved from Oxford academy: https://academic.oup.com/jamia/article/18/4/441/734170
This is one of the journal of American Medical Informatics Association. In this journal we come to know about normalized names for clinical drugs. The National Library of Medicine began monthly releases of Rxnorm has become a central resource for communicating about clinical drugs and supporting interoperation between drug vocabularies.
6. Schneider, L. S. (2005, October 19). Risk of Death With Atypical Antipsychotic Drug Treatment for Dementia. Retrieved from JAMA Network: https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/article-abstract/201714
This research paper is about the risk of death that is caused with Atypical Antipsychotic Drug treatment for Dementia. The author schmeider also tells us about atypical antipsychotic drug that may be associated with increase in risk of death compared with placebo.
7. Sergeev, E. (2018, January). Treatment Approaches for Drug Addiction. Retrieved from Drugabuse: https://www.drugabuse.gov/publications/drugfacts/treatment-approaches-drug-addiction
This research paper tells us in detailed that how victims addict to drugs.This page also tells us about some principles of effective treatment for drug addicted victims. Patients can use medication for normal brain function and decreases carvings. medications are available for opioids like heroin and prescription of pain relievers.
8. Singh, S. (2017, April 20). DRUG Addict. (R. Arts, Interviewer)
This is an interview that was taken by R.Arts and the drug addict was Singh. this is video taken from youtube and video is about who actually addicted to drug and took some treatment to recover the addiction of drugs.
9. Thompson, B. L. (2009, march 11). Effects of drugs on brain. Retrieved from Neuroscience: https://www.nature.com/articles/nrn2598
This research paper describes purely about effects of drugs on brain and effects of drugs to their child.The effects of prenatal exposure to drugs on brain development are complex and are modulated by the timing, dose and route of drug exposure.