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Revision as of 15:00, 4 November 2015

Vortioxetine
Type Antidepressant
Group SMS
links
Medscape Vortioxetine
PubChem 9966051
PubMed Vortioxetine
Kompas (Dutch) Vortioxetine
Wikipedia Vortioxetine
Imipramine
Type Antidepressant
Group TCA
links
Medscape Imipramine
PubChem 3696
PubMed Imipramine
Kompas (Dutch) Imipramine
Wikipedia Imipramine

Switch medication from vortioxetine to imipramine.

Nietinrijdenbord.png Stop vortioxetine
  • Day 1: reduce dosage of vortioxetine to 5 mg/day.
  • Day 8: stop administration of vortioxetine.
Eenrichtingbord.png Start imipramine
  • Day 8-14: a wash-out period of 1 week is necessary.
  • Day 15: Start administration of imipramine in a low dosage of 25 mg/day.
  • Day 22: bloodlevel vortioxetine is now zero, so you can increase faster.
Infobord.png More information
  • Occurrence of the serotonin syndrome is not likely, but theoretically possible, so caution is necessary.
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