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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1980) 15 (6): 334–337.
Published Online: 11 August 2017
.... The effect of chronic sulpiride was, therefore, compared to that of chronic haloperidol on striatal ^3 H-spiperone binding. 3 weeks of haloperidol feeding caused a 28% increase in ^3 H-spiperone binding, whereas even very high dose sulpiride had no effect on spiperone binding. These findings support...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1982) 17 (4): 247–254.
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...Y.G. Gelders; A.J.M. Reyntjens; C.W. Ash; A.J.L. Aerts 239 psychotic patients entered a 52-week open study comparing the efficacy and safety of intramuscular haloperidol decanoate, injected once every 4 weeks, with that of their previous maintenance therapy. Haloperidol decanoate, given at a medium...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1981) 16 (1): 34–38.
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...Kerrin White; Jytte Busk; Elaine Eaton; Gwen Gomez; Javad Razani; R. Bruce Sloane In a double-blind comparison of haloperidol and mesoridazine in the treatment of 39 recently hospitalized schizophrenic patients, the two drug treatment groups showed comparable antipsychotic effects, though they did...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1976) 11 (4): 232–234.
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...Man Mohan Singh Three patients, aged 23-33 years, with the diagnosis of schizophrenia, developed symptoms of tardive dyskinesia while receiving neuroleptic treatment, mostly with haloperidol. Existential problems and emotional upset seemed contributory. Diazepam was found effective in controlling...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1980) 15 (5): 309–317.
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...E.L. Denijs The purpose of this study was to compare the activity of bromperidol to that of haloperidol, as an initial treatment on admission of psychotic patients. Ingenerai, patients reacted equally on both drugs, showing a marked improvement in most of the scored psychiatric elements. After 2...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1980) 15 (3): 180–185.
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...M. Psaras; N.P. Zissis; D. Mouzakis; G. Lyketsos Adequate high doses of haloperidol have been administered to 24 chronic,refractory to standard antipsychotic treatment, schizophrenics (16 male, 8 female, mean age 32.9 years) to investigate the possibility of mobilizing and releasing these patients...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1981) 16 (3): 174–183.
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...Shun Yamazumi; Sadanori Miura Haloperidol concentrations in saliva and serum were measured by radioimmunoassay using conjugate IH-bovine serum albumin as an antigen. The results were as follows: ( 1 ) There was a statistically significant correlation between saliva and serum levels,with the former...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1981) 16 (3): 144–153.
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...G. Stock; P. Kummer Rats were injected daily with haloperidol, 0.5 mg/kg i.p., or pimozide,2 mg/kg i.p., for a period of 8 or 16 days, respectively. 24 h after the last injection of haloperidol, these rats were challenged with gamma-butyrolactone (GBL) in doses of 200-750 mg/kg i.p. In haloperidol...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1976) 11 (2): 74–83.
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..., assessed by investigators from different areas and with different cultural, and clinical backgrounds. In a multicenter trial (sulpiride versus haloperidol) PDA offered a chance to re-examine and analyze the characteristics of each patient and therefore to control the criteria followed for the sample...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1977) 12 (3): 184–192.
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...W. Pöldinger; E. Bures; H. Haage The present report deals with a double-blind study comparing the new butyrophenone derivative, bromperidol, with haloperidol as the reference substance. Both substances were found to be highly effective in the treatment of psychotic syndromes belonging predominantly...