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Table 1 Intervention lists

From: Drugs commonly associated with weight change: umbrella systematic review and meta-analysis (Protocol)

List A (Leptogenic) List B (Obesogenic)
Drug classes Drug classes
1. ACE inhibitors 1. Insulin I.M or S.C.
2. Calcium channel blockers 2. Oral nasal decongestants
3. MAOIs 3. Protease inhibitors
4. NSAIDs 4. Sulfonylureas
5. Oral antihistamines 5. Oral hormonal contraceptives containing progestational steroids
6. Oral corticosteroids   
Specific drugs a Specific drugs a
1. Acarbose 1. Amitriptyline
2. Aripiprazole 2. Atenolol
3. Bromocriptine 3. Carbamazepine
4. Bupropion 4. Citalopram
5. Bupropion + Naltrexone 5. Clozapine
6. Cabergoline 6. Doxazosin mesylate
7. Duloxetine 7. Doxepin
8. Exenatide 8. Escitalopram
9. Fluoxetineb 9. Fluvoxamine
10. Growth hormone I.V or S.C. 10. Gabapentin
11. Lamotrigine 11. Gamma - hydroxybutyric acid
12. Liraglutide 12. Leuprolide
13. Metformin 13. Lithium
14. Miglitol 14. Metoprolol
15. Nefazodone 15. Mirtazapine
16. Octreotide 16. Nateglinide
17. Orlistat 17. Nortriptyline
18. Phentermine resin diethylpropion 18. Olanzapine
19. Pramlintide 19. Paroxetine
20. Sertralineb 20. Pioglitazone
21. Sitagliptin 21. Propranolol
22. Testosterone 22. Quetiapine
23. Topiramate 23. Repaglinide
24. Topiramate + Phentermine 24. Risperidone
25. Ziprasidone 25. Terazosin
26. Zonisamide 26. Valproate
   27. Venlafaxine
  1. aAll of these drugs do not fall into the listed classes.
  2. bThese drugs show a bimodal behavior, may cause weight loss in the first year and weight gain in the second year of use.