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  • n. Plural form of phenothiazine.


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  • Drugs such as phenothiazines (e.g. chlorpromazine) which cause reduction in dopamine act as tranquilizers on the one hand; can cause increase in lactation on the other.

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  • 18.3 OBJECTIVE DIFFERENCES 235 Some drugs, such as phenothiazines and tricyclic at the patient's ethnicity and the likelihood of antidepressants, show greater preference for bind - a psychotropic being prescribed: they found that ing and transport on a-1 acid glycoprotein rather Caucasians received medication 20% of the time than on albumin.

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  • Do not use phenothiazines because they may precipitate hypotension.

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  • Some common medications, such as phenothiazines, imipramine, methyldopa, and reserpine, will also raise prolactin levels, as will excessive stress.

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  • The discovery of "anti-psychotic" phenothiazines and "anti-depressants" meant that the symptoms of these patients could be greatly relieved and their dangerous behavior much reduced if such medications were used properly.

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  • In the 1960s, the phenothiazines changed the face of psychiatry when chlorpromazine was shown to be effective treatment for schizophrenia.

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  • The results, although not published until 1964, affirmed the effectiveness of the newer phenothiazines and their importance for treating acute schizophrenic psychoses and preventing chronic disability.13

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  • In one nursing home survey 883, antacids combined with phenothiazines accounted for 15% of all drug combinations.

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  • For example, the piperazine phenothiazines are 10 to 30 times as potent in inducing extrapyramidal signs as are other classes of phenothiazines 109.

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  • He kept pressing me about drug abuse, badgering me about hallucinatory content, the idiosyncratic response to phenothiazines.

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