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However, some of these side effects may be desired for another therapeutic indication. For example, the “ﬁrst-generation” antihistamine diphenhydramine (Benadryl) is effective in reducing histamine responses associated with allergies, but it readily enters the brain and causes mild central nervous system (CNS) depression (drowsiness, delayed reaction time). With the advent of newer and selective histamine receptor antagonists that do not cross the blood–brain barrier and thus do not have this CNSdepressant side effect, diphenhydramine is used less commonly today as an antihistamine.
For example, an agent that acts on the CNS, but is efﬁciently detoxiﬁed in the liver, would be expected to be less toxic when given orally than when given via inhalation, because the oral route requires that nearly all of the dose pass through the liver before reaching the systemic circulation and then the CNS. Occupational exposure to toxic agents most frequently results from breathing contaminated air (inhalation) and/or direct and prolonged contact of the skin with the substance (dermal exposure), whereas accidental and suicidal poisoning occurs most frequently by oral ingestion.
The unusual phenotype is inherited as an autosomal recessive trait and is characterized by a deﬁciency in NADH-cytochrome b5 reductase activity. , 1990). The consequence of this genetic deﬁciency is that these individuals may suffer from a Some toxic effects of chemicals are reversible, and others are irreversible. If a chemical produces pathological injury to a tissue, the ability of that tissue to regenerate largely determines whether the effect is reversible or irreversible. Thus, for a tissue such as liver, which has a high ability to regenerate, most injuries are reversible, whereas injury to the CNS is largely irreversible because differentiated cells of the CNS cannot divide and be replaced.