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Hexapropymate is a hypnotic/sedative. It has effects similar to those of barbiturates and was used in the 1970s-80s in the treatment of insomnia before being replaced with newer drugs with improved safety profiles.
- Gustafsson, L. L.; Berg, A.; Magnusson, A.; Malmlund, H. O.; Sandell, B. M.; Stig, R. (1989). "Hexapropymate self-poisoning causes severe and long-lasting clinical symptoms". Medical toxicology and adverse drug experience 4 (4): 295–301. doi:10.1007/bf03259914. PMID 2770531.
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