(n = 183), the average prolongation of the QTc interval were of 38,5 msec for thioridazine
, 20,6 msec for ziprasidone, 14,5 msec for quetiapine, 10,0 msec for risperidone, 6,4 msec for olanzapine and 4,7 msec for haloperidole.
Acute dystonic reactions was noted by the exposure of atypical antipsychotics risperidone, olanzapine, and the typical antipsychotic thioridazine
in our study.
* Advise patients not to take BRISDELLE with thioridazine
or pimozide [see Contraindications (4.2 and 4.3)].
In most cases where the retinal complications are stated, thioridazine
is shown as the responsible drug.
The first generation antipsychotic thioridazine
, even at therapeutic dosages, is frequently cited as causing TdP and sudden death by blocking the potassium channel [Ik.sub.r] and prolonging the QT interval .
(49) Among the traditional neuroleptics, chlorpromazine and thioridazine
(50) are the agents most closely associated with diabetes mellitus, although the associations are weaker than those with olanzapine or clozapine.
had one of the strongest and most selective effects, causing differentiation of cancer stem cells but leaving normal ones alone.
Vancouver, May 27 (Xinhua-ANI): A team of Canadian scientists have discovered that thioridazine
, a drug used to treat psychotic disorder, could successfully kill cancer stem cells in humans without the toxic side-effects on normal cells.
Scientists from Cancer Research UK and McMaster University in Ontario have found that an anti-psychotic drug called thioridazine
has the capability to cure cancer.
The anti-psychotic drug thioridazine
appears to "tame" deadly cancer stem cells, turning them into ordinary non-cancerous cells.
(37-39) Although case fatality rates in BAE are high ([greater than or equal to] 90%), some successful drug treatment combinations in balamuthiasis have included azoles (albendazole, fluconazole, or itraconazole), flucytosine, pentamidine, sulfadiazine; and synergistic anti-protozoal therapy with macrolide antibiotics (azithromycin or clarithromycin), phenothiazines (thioridazine
or trifluoperazine), and the experimental anti-Leishmania agent used to treat visceral leishmaniasis, miltefosine.
A second section looks at monitoring recommendations for individual antipsychotics, among them clozapine, loxaprine, pericyazine, and thioridazine