Piperazine derivative for different medical purposes

Piperazine is most commonly used in drugs and there are many useful differentiated Piperazine derivatives used for the different purposes of medicinal society. Name of Piperazine is originated from name of piperidine due to the similarity in the chemical properties.

There is almost the same substance framework if Piperazine with piperine. Piperazine can’t be said it is as a derivative of piper nigrum because it is not a derivative of the black pepper plant.

There are several different uses of the Piperazine drugs and their derivatives. There are different molecular structure with every derivative and this used for different purposes. Some of the most common used Piperazine derivatives are as follows:

Piperazine Derivative

As Antianginals: Some of the derivatives of Piperazine are used as antianginals. They are very popular and used every medicinal society.

Trimetazidine, Ranolazine

As Antidepressants: There are lots of societies in the medical field in which we use several drugs as antidepressants. They control our nervous system and thus have capability to make us relax and calm. Commonly used Piperazine derivative as antidepressants are:

Befuraline, Amoxapine, Flesinoxan, Buspirone, Trazadone, Zalospirone, Piberaline, Tandospirone, Nefazadone, Gepirone, Ipsapirone, Vilazodone

As Antihistamines: there are many activities in regular life in which we get contaminated and some allergic reaction happened with us. In such conditions and situations, antihistamines are useful and necessary to help us. These chemicals and their derivatives are useful to fulfill such aspects for us. Some of the common antihistamines are:

Cetirizine, Cinnarizine, Hydroxyzine, Buclizine, Cvclizine, Levocetirizine, Niaprazine

As Antipsychotics: antipsychotics are used in various operational activities to cure the patients and Piperazine derivatives are very useful in this aspect.

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