- phentermine is a centrally acting catecholamine which was previously licensed
in the UK as a short-term adjunct to conservative therapy in obese patient.
- the Medicines Control Agency withdrew its licence on April 9th 2000. This was because of concerns that anoretic drugs such as phentermine are linked to pulmonary hypertension and valvular disorders
- Medical Monitor (19/4/00), 17.
Last edited 02/2020 and last reviewed 03/2021