The drug belongs to a group of medicines called dementia medicines.
The memory loss that accompanies Alzheimer's dementia is caused by impaired signal transmission in the brain. The brain contains the so-called N-methyl-D-aspartate (NMDA) receptors, which are involved in the transmission of nerve signals important for learning and memory. The drug belongs to a group of drugs called NMDA receptor antagonists. It acts on these NMDA receptors and improves nerve signal transmission and therefore memory.
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