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Type Antipsychotic
Group Diphenylbutylpiperidines
Medscape Pimozide
PubChem 16362
PubMed Pimozide
Kompas (Dutch) Pimozide
Wikipedia Pimozide
Type Antipsychotic
Group Atypical AP
Medscape Lurasidone
PubMed Lurasidone
Kompas (Dutch) Lurasidone
Wikipedia Lurasidone

Switch medication from Pimozide to Lurasidon.

Nietinrijdenbord.png Stop Pimozide
  • Day 1-7: gradually reduce the dose of pimozide to 50% of the dose.
  • Day 8-14: gradually reduce the dose of pimozide to 0% of the dose
  • Day 14: stop administration of pimozide.
Eenrichtingbord.png Start Lurasidon
  • Day 1-7: start administration of lurasidon in a dose of 40 mg/day.
  • Day 8-14: increase the dose of lurasidon to 80 mg/day if necessary. Note: Continue the dose of lurasidone 40 mg/day if the patiënt is stable.[1]
Infobord.png More information
  • During this switch you could monitor ECG, especially in patients prone to QT-conduction problems.
  • There is a possibility of QT interval prolongation.[2]
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