perazine


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per·a·zine

(per'ă-zēn),
An antipsychotic.
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We also decided to evaluate the need for initiation of antipsychotic medication (haloperidol, quetiapine, perazine, and risperidone) as a surrogate outcome measure for hyperactive delirium incidence.
'*' evokes the wildcard search function where all words containing 'perazin' will be searched including 'perazin', 'perazine', and 'pernazinum'.
An example of PICOS search strategy P (Schizophrenia) |(Perazine) #1 schizophren (*) #5 perazin (*) #2 dementia Praecox #6 taxilan (*) #3 exp schizophrenia[Mesh] #7 pernazin (*) #4 or 1/3 #8 piperazin (*) #9 phenothiazine tranquilizer (*) #10 perazine[Mesh] #11 or 5/10 #4 and #11 and #21 P (Schizophrenia) S (RCT) #1 schizophren (*) #12 randomized controlled trial[pt] #2 dementia Praecox #13 controlled clinical trial[pt] #3 exp schizophrenia[Mesh] #14 randomized [tiab] #4 or 1/3 #15 placebo [tiab] #16 randomly [tiab] #17 trial [tiab] #18 groups [tiab] #19 or 11/17 #20 animals [MeSh] not human [MeSh] #21 #19 not #20 #4 and #11 and #21 Table 4.
perforaturn; her symptoms suggest demyelination of axons as reported by patients after sun exposure and being treated with perazine (an antipsychotic drug), in which neural biopsies confirmed demyelination and axonal degeneration.
The reference substances used were as follows: morphine (Merck), morphine-[d.sub.3] (Promochem), methaqualone (Sigma-Aldrich), dihydrocodeine (Knoll), ibuprofen (Dolorgiet), acetaminophen (Benechemie), perazine (Lundbeck), and phenobarbital (Siegfried).
Blank urine samples were supplemented with the known contaminants acetaminophen, dihydrocodeine, phenobarbital (250 000 [micro]g/L each), ibuprofen (25000 [micro]g/L), and perazine (125 000 [micro]g/L).
The GC-MS peak areas were measured with the HP G1034C MS ChemStation software by autointegration of the peaks in the mass fragmentograms of the following selected ions: m/z 235 for methaqualone, m/z 161 for methylated ibuprofen, m/z 232 for methylated phenobarbital, m/z 109 for acetylated acetaminophen, m/z 343 for acetylated dihydrocodeine, and m/z 339 for perazine. A methanolic solution containing 250 000 [micro]g/L of each drug was used as the external calibrator.