Antipsychotics

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Antipsychotics
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  1. Thorazine/chlorpromazine
    conventional
  2. Mellaril/thioridazine
    conventional
  3. loxitane/loxapine
    conventional
  4. prolixin/fluphenazine
    conventional
  5. haldol/haloperidol
    conventional
  6. navane/thiothixene
    conventional
  7. Which anti psychotics impact positive symptoms?
    conventional
  8. Which antipsychotics have higher EPS, acute dystonia, akathisia, and psuedoparkinism
    conventional
  9. which antipsychotics have higher incident of tardive dyskinesia and NMS
    conventional
  10. Which antipsychotics require AIMS testing
    conventional and atypicals
  11. Seroquel/quetiapine
    atypical
  12. Zyprexa/olanzapine
    atypical
  13. Risperedal/risperidone
    atypical
  14. Which antipsychotic can increase prolactin levels
    Risperedal/risperidone
  15. Abilify/aripiprazple
    atypical
  16. Geodon/ziprasidone
    atypical
  17. clozaril/clozapine
    atypical
  18. which antipsychotic needs to be given with a 500 cal meal
    Geodon/ziprasidone
  19. which antipsychotic causes agranulocytosis
    clozaril/clozapine
  20. which antipsychotics Improve negative symptoms
    atypical
  21. which antipsychotics cause metobolic syndrome(Incrased weight, glucose dysregulation, and hyperlipidemia)
    atypicals
  22. Why are anticholinergics prescribed with anti psychotics
    offset EPS
  23. What are some positive symptoms of schizophrenia
    • hallucinations
    • delusions
    • thought disorders
    • disorganized behavior
    • paranoia
  24. What are some negative symptoms of schizophrenia
    • Loss of interest in everyday activities
    • Appearing to lack emotion
    • Reduced ability to plan or carry out activities
    • Neglect of personal hygiene
    • Social withdrawal
    • Loss of motivation
    • flat affect
  25. Which antipsychotics can be given in long acting injections
    • Risperidol
    • Zyprexa

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