Partial antagonist-Flupenthixol LA

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Partial antagonist

Aripiprazole
Brexpiprazole
Cariprazine

Flupenthixol
long acting
Type Antipsychotic
Group Thioxanthenes
links
Medscape Flupenthixol
PubChem 17012
PubMed Flupenthixol
Kompas (Dutch) Flupenthixol
Wikipedia Flupenthixol

Switch medication from Partial antagonist to Flupenthixol_LA.
Partial antagonist is a collection of antipsychotic drugs having similar properties with respect to switching. A switch to member of the 'partial antagonist' group from anotherdrug should be read as partial antagonist-anotherdrug. Similarly, a switch from a member of the 'partial antagonist' group to anotherdrug should be read as anotherdrug-partial antagonist.

Nietinrijdenbord.png Stop Partial antagonist
  • Week 1-6: Continue drug at usual dose
  • Week 7: Stop drug
Eenrichtingbord.png Start Flupenthixol_LA
  • Day 1: Start depot according general dosing advice (Dotted line in graph)
Infobord.png More information
  • Alternatively, first switch to oral form and then switch to depot to manage possible (adverse) reactions. With a direct switch to a depot it is advisable to administer a low testdose in order to exclude adverse reactions.
    StopArip7WeeksStartDepot.jpg
Nietinrijdenbord.png — Partial antagonist
Eenrichtingbord.png — Flupenthixol_LA


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