Difference between revisions of "Maprotiline-moclobemide"

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* '''Before day 1:''' gradually reduce dosage of maprotiline to a maximum of 75 mg/day.
* '''Day 1:''' reduce dosage of maprotiline to 50 mg/day.
* '''Day 7:''' reduce dosage of maprotiline to 25 mg/day.
* '''Day 14:''' stop dosage of maprotiline.
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* '''Day 14-28:''' a wash-out period of 2 weeks is necessary.
* '''Day 29:''' start administration of moclobemide in a dosage of 150 mg/day.
* '''Day 36:''' increase dosage of moclobemide to 300 mg/day.

Latest revision as of 14:46, 16 June 2016

Type Antidepressant
Group NRI
Medscape Maprotiline
PubChem 4011
PubMed Maprotiline
Kompas (Dutch) Maprotiline
Wikipedia Maprotiline
Type Antidepressant
Group MAO-I
Medscape Moclobemide
PubChem 4235
PubMed Moclobemide
Kompas (Dutch) Moclobemide
Wikipedia Moclobemide

Switch medication from maprotiline to moclobemide.

Nietinrijdenbord.png Stop maprotiline
  • Decrease with about 25% of original dose every 3 days
  • Stop and wait 7 days for washout
Eenrichtingbord.png Start moclobemide
  • Start at the first day after the washout week with about 25% of target dose.

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