(Used to treat various psychotic disorders)
Compiled by Pam Duff, RN, CSNC 2009
The following are common examples.
- phenothiazines (“-azine”s, e.g., (trifluoperazine [Novo-Flurazine, Stelazine, and others], chlorpromazine [Thorazine and others], thioridazine [Apo-Thioridazine and others], fluphenazine [Anatensol, Prolixin, and others); promethazine [Phenergan and others])
- butyrophenone haloperidol [Haldol]
- clomipramine [Anafranil]
- clozapine [Clozaril]
- molindone [Moban]
- risperidone [Risperdal] and others
- Deplete: A, B2, B3, B6, B12, C, D, E, K, folic acid, inositol, calcium, iron, potassium, selenium, CoQ10, glycine, NAC
- Note: Vitamin E helps to offset the effects of a movement disorder (tardive dyskinesia) that often occurs during prolonged or high doses of some anti-psychotics.
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