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Thorazine

 [thor´ah-zēn]
trademark for preparations of chlorpromazine, an antiemetic, antipsychotic agent and sedative.

Thorazine

(thôr′ə-zēn′)
n.
A preparation of the drug chlorpromazine; formerly a trademark.

Thorazine

a trademark for a phenothiazine antiemetic and tranquilizer (chlorproMAZINE).

Thorazine®

Chlorpromazine. see there.
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Neuroleptic drugs go by trade names such as Thorazine, Haldol, Seroquel, Zyprexa, Risperdal, and many others.
High dosages of Thorazine are given to "calm down" the women.
57) At that time, new drugs, such as Thorazine, were developed that allowed schizophrenics and other institutionalized patients to function better in the community.
He came of age during the time of wonder drugs like the anti-psychotic, Thorazine and the tranquilizer, Librium.
The medication: a combination of norpramin, valium, thorazine, and doriden.
However, Davis, Thomas, and Prytula (1981) reported Thorazine injections of runway-trained animals depressed their overall speeds, but did not eliminate the development of odor-based patterning [ILLUSTRATION FOR FIGURE 2 OMITTED].
78) Or that the "lobotomy program was killed by what doctors believed to be a better technology of therapeutic control" - Thorazine.
Antipsychotic medications, such as Haldol (haloperidol), Stelazine (trifluoperazine) or Thorazine (chlorpromazine) may be prescribed for the individual with a psychosis - a break with reality that can involve hallucinations (perceiving sights and sounds that do not exist) or delusional (believing in scenarios or identities that have no basis in reality, such as believing that one is God or Superman).
The mean daily dose of neuroleptics (converted to milligrams of thorazine in Table 3) was significantly lower in TNHs after adjusting for case-mix differences, reflecting a tendency to use lower doses of major tranquilizers in TNHs.
Zeltzman and Colburn scribble a witty laundry list of gestures and opposing movement textures in Finest Futility/Almost Pristine, from John Travolta's shuffle to the tics of someone on Thorazine.
aggression, vandalism) are biologically based because "afflicted" youngsters would respond "favorably" to Thorazine.
Antipsychotic medications such as Thorazine increase the reuptake of dopamine.