Serlect

Serlect®

Sertindole, see there.
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For example, Whitaker (2002) reported that 1 in 145 clients died who participated in trials for Risperdal (risperidone), Zyprexa (olanzapine), Seroquel (quetiapine), and Serlect (sertindole), but these deaths were not reported in the scientific literature.
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In the first 6 months of 1997, the following new drugs were approved by the FDA: Agrylin, Alesse, Anzemet, Carbatrol, Fareston, Flomax, Galzin, Idamycin, Migranal, Posicor, Prelay, Prevacid, Pytest, Requip, Resulin, Serlect, Skelid, Tasmar, Uniretic, Urso, Vicoprofen, Viracept, Zyban.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) recommended approval of Serlect (sertindole) for the treatment of psychotic disorders.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) today voted to recommend that Serlect (sertindole) be approved for the treatment of psychotic disorders.
Unlike most antipsychotics, which commonly cause debilitating motor side effects, Serlect was developed to be more selective and target those receptors in areas of the brain thought to be involved with symptoms of psychosis.
Among the data reviewed by the committee were the results of a seven-arm, multi-center, double-blind, eight-week clinical trial comparing three doses of Serlect (12, 20, and 24 mg/day) to three doses of haloperidol (4, 8, and 16 mg/day) and placebo.
EPS profiles for Serlect at all doses were clinically and statistically indistinguishable from placebo.
chief of cardiology and clinical pharmacology at Duke University Medical Center, and an independent cardiac specialist who presented data at the meeting, "Intermittent QT interval prolongations have occurred in rare cases of sudden death in patients taking Serlect.
In clinical trials, Serlect was administered once daily in a capsule formulation.
NEW YORK, May 8 /PRNewswire/ -- Today at the annual meeting of the American Psychiatric Association (APA), data were presented describing the use of Serlect (sertindole) in the treatment of psychosis.