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MHC16 Antipsych Ind

Antipsychotic medication indications

Drug NameIndication
Chlorpromazine / Thorazine (t) Schizophrenia and other psychoses, mania, severe anxiety, psychomotor agitation, excitement, and violent/impulsive behaviour
Fluphenazine / Prolaxin, Modecate (t) Maintenance in schizophrenia and other psychoses
Haloperidol / Haldol (t) Maintenance in schizophrenia and also other psychoses
Clozapine / Clozaril (a) Treatment-resistive schizophrenia and treatment-resistive psychosis in Parkinson's disease
Olanzapine / Zyprexal (a) Maintenance in schizophrenia, mania, agitation.
Quetiapine / Seroquel (a) Schizophrenia; mania, depression in bipolar disorder; major depressive disorder. Caution: treatment of depression in patients under 25 years (increased risk of suicide).
Risperidone / Risperdal (a) Acute and chronic psychoses, mania; aggression in patients with moderate to severe Alzheimer's dementia.
Created by: JMHC16