Eldepryl ( selegiline ) data sheet

Acetophenazine ( Tindal )

Eldepryl ( selegiline )

 

CLASS: Piperazine Phenothiazine.
Generic name: Acetophenazine Malcate.
Type: Antipsychotic.

Strengths:

Tables:
20mg.

Dosages: Actual dosage must be determined by a physician.

Oral:
Start:
Increases:
Maintenance:
Maximum:

Normal dosage:

Problems with:
Liver Function: N/A
Kidney Function: N/A

Test:
Before taking: N/A
While taking: N/A

Take With: A full glass of water.

Full Benefits In: In several weeks.

Missed Dose(s): If within one hour take, if over an hour skip and then continue on your normal schedule. Never Take a Double Dose

If Stop Taking: Do not stop without consulting your physician and never abruptly.

Overdose symptoms include: N/A.

Warnings

Avoid alcohol while taking this drug.

The habit-forming potential is:

Do not take this drug if you are pregnant. ( Only take if the mother's or baby's life is endangered )

Do not take this drug if planning to become pregnant. Do not take if you are breast-feeding.

Do not use if: You had negative reactions to this drug or any other phenothiazine in the past.

Inform your Doctor if:

( Symptoms or Effects )

Common:

Rare:

See physician always:

See physician if severe:

See physician NOW:

Stop taking and see physician NOW:



 
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