DRUG Generic Fluphenazine decanoate
CONTRAINDICATION Hypersensitivity to drug, sulfite (with injectable form) or benzoyl alcohol. Angle closure glaucoma. Bone marrow depression. Severe hepatic or cardiovascular disease.
Unclear. May alter Psychotic disorders. psychiatric mesolimbic dopamine receptors in brain and reduce release of hypothalamic and hypophyseal hormones thought to depress reticular activating system, thereby preventing psychotic symptoms.
DRUG TO DRUG INTERACTION Activated charcoal, adsorbent antidiarrheals and antacids: decrease fluphenazine absorption. Anticholinergics: decreased fluphenazine effects. Antidepressants, antihistamines, general anesthetics, MAO inhibitors: additive CNS depression. Antihypertensive: additive hypotension Barbiturates: increased fluphenazine metabolism and decreased efficacy.
ADVERSE REACTION CNS: extra pyramidal reactions, drowsiness
NURSING CONSIDERATION As appropriate, review all other significant and lifethreatening adverse reactions.
Classification Anxiolytic, antipsychotic
DRUG TO DRUG INTERACTION Antihypertensives. Severe CNS depression or comatose states.
NURSING CONSIDERATION As appropriate. Parkinson s disease. nitrates: additive hypotension. drowsiness.DRUG Generic Haloperidol
INDICATION Symptomatic treatment of psychotic disorders or Tourette syndrome. tartrazine. review all other significant and lifethreatening adverse reactions. EENT: blurred vision. restlessness. extrapyramidal reactions. Thought to block postsynaptic dopamine receptors in brain and increase dopamine turnover rate.Haloperidol
. CNS depressants: additive CNS depression.
CONTRAINDICATION Hypersensitivity to drug.
ADVERSE REACTION CNS: confusion. sesame oil or benzoyl alcohol. Epinephrine: severe hypotension and tachycardia. inhibiting signs and symptoms of psychosis. Schizophrenia in patients who need prolonged parenteral antipsychotic therapy. Methyldopa: dementia.
vertigo. heartburn. Angle closure glaucoma. epigastric distress. Bone marrow depression.DRUG Generic Chlorpromazine
ACTION Relieves nausea. SKIN: rash. malaise. GU: tea-colored urine. drug. CV mortality. dizziness. EENT: tinnitus. pruritus. salicylates. chloramphenicol. headache.
DRUG TO DRUG INTERACTION Anabolic steroids. vomiting.
GI: nausea. sulfonamides: increased hypoglycemia Beta. Severe hepatic or cardiovascular disease. review all other significant and lifethreatening adverse CV: increased risk of reactions. hiccups and signs and symptoms of psychosis.
ADVERSE REACTION CNS: paresthesia. erythema.adrenergic blockers: prolonged hypoglycemia Oral anticoagulants: increased hypoglycemic activities.
Acute schizophrenia Hypersensitivity to or mania. sulfite (with injectable form) or benzoyl alcohol.
NURSING CONSIDERATION As appropriate.
. MAO inhibitors.