- n. Plural form of neuroleptic.
“The most important success was the accidental discovery in the 1950s of anti-psychotic drugs, also called neuroleptics, which reduce but do not eliminate some of the worst symptoms of schizophrenia and other mental conditions.”
“I will discuss psychotropic medications in pregnancy under four headings: major tranquilizers also called neuroleptics, antidepressants, anxiolytics, and mood stabilizers.”
“For many people, medications can be helpful for tics as well as coexisting conditions like obsessive-compulsive disorder or attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder, or A.D.H.D. For tics, the best evidence supports the use of drugs called neuroleptics, like risperidone”
“This class of drug was then re-branded as 'neuroleptics', and now as 'anti-psychotics', showing the ongoing process of marketing and re-marketing that occurs as drug companies position themselves to best promote their wares.”
“Pulse and blood pressure should be atomoxetine is administered with other QT prolonging drugs, (such as neuroleptics, class IA and III anti-arrhythmics, moxifloxacin, term treatment.”
“Pulse and blood pressure should be atomoxetine is administered with other QT prolonging drugs, (such as neuroleptics, class IA and III anti-arrhythmics, moxifloxacin, following data is from clinical trials in adults: Very common (≥ 10%): Appetite decreased, insomnia, dry mouth, nausea.”
“Many of the neuroleptics (antipsychotic drugs) and some antidepressants cause insulin resistance or metabolic syndrome, with resulting blood sugar swings.”
“The effects of antidepressants, neuroleptics and anxiolytics on the release of LH, FSH and prolactin from the anterior pituitary and the mechanisms and agents controlling the release of prolactin by Thomas M Smith”
“Some medicines are, indeed, mildly toxic, like the neuroleptics.”
“Does this not blow the myths of antidepressants and neuroleptics as suicide-preventive drugs to pieces?”
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