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Central stimulant drugs

Central stimulants are a kind of drugs to produce excitatory effects of central nervous system. According to their main working location, it can be divided into drugs for the excitement of the cerebral cortex of, drugs for the excitement of medullary respiratory center and drugs for the excitement of spinal cord. These drugs can cause convulsions in the case of excessive administration.


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