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Atomoxetine hydrochloride 10mg daily dose is well tolerated. 1.6 Interactions with Food and Drugs There have been case reports of suicidal ideation after the administration of TCAs with or without SSRIs. 1.7 Interactions with Other Medications Interactions with other drugs have not been systematically examined. 1.8 Overdosage Serious adverse experiences (including fatalities) have been reported in patients treated with TCAs and SSRIs whose doses were unexpectedly increased beyond those normally prescribed for the given drug. [see DOSAGE AND ADMINISTRATION, WARNINGS PRECAUTIONS, Clinical Pharmacology (12.3)] Clinical Trials Experience Several trials have evaluated TCAs and SSRIs in post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder to evaluate efficacy and safety [see ADVERSE REACTIONS]. 1.9 Nonclinical Toxicology Carcinogenesis, Mutagenesis, Impairment of Fertility Carcinogenesis, reproductive toxicity, and teratogenicity were observed with the use of TCAs. 2 Pharmacology 2.1 Pharmacokinetics A single oral dose is normally effective, with a half-life in the range of 4 to 6 hours. There is no evidence of metabolic or other drug-drug interactions. 2.2 Pharmacodynamics Aspirin has a low plasma half-life (typically 10 to 12 hours). The half-life of metabolites is generally longer (24 to 36 hours), and the half-life of parent drug (acetylsalicyclic) is generally longer (24 to 36 hours). 2.3 Pharmacodynamics in Healthy Subjects A pharmacokinetic study was conducted to evaluate in healthy subjects the pharmacokinetic profile of NSAIDs after single and multiple doses of 40 mg, 160 360 480 and 960 mg daily, equivalent to a dose of 120 mg, 200 and 480 mg aspirin atomoxetine hcl 40 mg equivalents. A single oral dose of 120 mg aspirin is typically effective at reducing pain and inflammation. The mean peak plasma concentration of salicylic acid was 1.7 μg/mL at 40 mg, 2.4 160 3.9 μg/mL at 360 mg, 4.5 480 and 11.0 μg/mL at 960 mg daily (n = 7), representing a reduction in AUC 0 to 60 of 81%, 84%, and 80%, respectively, corresponding to a T max of 25 and minutes, respectively. The mean terminal half-life was approximately 20 minutes at all discount code for online pharmacy doses. The AUC 0 to 60 was decreased from 2.6 to 11.0 μg·h/mL at both the 240 and 480 mg doses, from 3.7 to 1.6 μg·h/mL at the 960 mg daily dose. There were no appreciable and important pharmacodynamic differences observed for individual NSAIDs. 3 Pharmacokinetic Reactions In healthy subjects, the AUC 0-60 atomoxetine hydrochloride 18mg in plasma during single doses of aspirin was decreased by approximately 50% at the 120 mg daily dose (12%, n = 13) and decreased by approximately 60% at the 480 mg daily dose (4%, n = 10). The decrease was more marked at 180 mg daily than any other dose. The AUC 0-60 at all dose concentrations and the AUC max during first hour were decreased in subjects suffering from cardiovascular disease (n = 5) and hyperlipidemia 8). The AUC 0-60 was increased significantly for the 180 mg daily dose in healthy subjects (6%, n = 5), hyperlipidemic subjects (4%, n = 4), and subjects with cardiovascular disease (17%, n =)

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