Sparine

Sparine

A brand name for the phenothiazine antipsychotic drug PROMAZINE.
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If the patient became too restless, the doctor might prescribe a sedative (e.g., sodium luminal), and if nauseated or vomiting, drugs to counteract that were given (e.g., promazine hydrochloride, 'Sparine').
"CLAIRE" spent three years in Kendall House in the late 1970s, where records show she was given drugs including antipsychotic Sparine.
* Rhone-Polenc of France invented the potent tranquilizer Sparine and licensed drug companies in other countries to sell it.
Three years later, in Ohligschlager v Proctor Community Hospital, 303 NE2d 392 (Ill 1973), a patient was injured after her physician administered the drug Sparine at 2 and 3 times the dose recommended by the manufacturer.