flupentixol


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flupentixol

Pharmacology A dopamine receptor antagonist with antidepressant activity at low doses, and neuroleptic effects at high doses, which may be of use in treating cocaine abuse and dependence
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flupentixol See Antipsychotics page 3 (Fluanxol), chlorprothixene, levomepromazine (Nozinan), quetiapine (Seroquel), risperidone (Risperdal), olanzapine, and ziprasidone (Geodon), reported Dr.
He was initially treated with trifluoperazine, and then haloperidol, before being switched to flupentixol depot due to non-adherence.
At the time of his suicide he was being treated with trifluoperazine and depot fluphenazine, after flupentixol and zuclopenthixol had been tried previously.
5-75 From 1989 to June 2004 Clopidogrel 75 Only during 3 weeks in 2004 Cholestyramine 12000 Since December 2004 Corticosteroids NA June 2003 until April 2004 Diosmin 500 Since October 2004 Escitalopram 10 Since November 2004 Enalapril 5-10 Since December 1998 until March 2000 Flupentixol 1 From 1986 to April 1990 Lansoprazole 30 Since October 2003 regularly Paroxetine 20 June 2003 until October 2004 Pravastatin 20 June 2003 until April 2004 Propranolol 30 June 1997 until October 2004 Rosuvastatin 10 Until June 2004 Simvastatin 20 Until 1998 Tiotropium bromide 0.
Furthermore, the stimulant effect of cathinone can be inhibited by pretreatment with the neuroleptics haloperidol, spiroperidol, pimozide, flupentixol and butaclamol (Kalix 1980b).
This finding was in contrast to that for flupentixol depot, which was unexpectedly found to be associated with higher BHS and CDSS scores.
5 mg Zuclopenthixol route of 20h00, flupentixol acetate 25 mg, administration and 10 mg IMI x 2 haloperidol 1.