disulfiram

NOUN
  1. a drug (trade name Antabuse) used in the treatment of alcoholism; causes nausea and vomiting if alcohol is ingested
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How To Use disulfiram In A Sentence

  • Occasionally the modestly toxic disulfiram (Antabuse ®) is useful.
  • They were assigned to disulfiram alone, disulfiram with group counselling, group counselling alone, and routine sentencing.
  • This occurred because we overestimated the effectiveness of disulfiram when we calculated the sample size prior to initiating the study.
  • As I explained in chapter 9, medications like naltrexone and disulfiram can be used effectively to both help your friend or loved one stop abusing a substance and to help him or her after he or she has stopped. Helping the Addict You Love
  • Disulfiram should be used always as part of a comprehensive treatment program.
  • None were double-blinded except for a study evaluating implanted disulfiram, and few monitored compliance with the medication.
  • The oldest and best-known is disulfiram, or Antabuse, which makes people vomit as soon as they drink but doesn't reduce cravings. New Hope For Addicts?
  • It's a strong deterrent to drinking, much like the drug disulfiram, or Antabuse. In Search of Alcoholism Genes
  • The development of such drugs would overcome, to a large degree, the problem of compliance with disulfiram treatment.
  • One of those that acts as a deterrent, for example, is disulfiram Antabuse, which is used in the treatment of alcohol dependence. Helping the Addict You Love
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