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Fipexide is a piperazine derivative drug invented in Italy in 1983.
Additional recommended knowledge
It was used as a nootropic drug in France and Italy, mainly for the treatment of senile dementia, but is no longer in common use due to the occurrence of rare adverse drug reactions including fever and hepatitis. Fipexide is similar in action to other nootropic drugs such as piracetam and is structurally similar to another more well-known nootropic, centrophenoxine.
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