Typical and Atypical Antipsychotic Drugs


  Typical or Traditional Antipsychotics-
  1.  Chlorpromazine
  2. Thioridazine
  3. Trifluoperazine
  4. Triflupromazine
  5. Prochorperazine
  6. Haloperidol
  7. Flupenthixol
  8. Zuclopenthixol
  9. Pimozide
  10. Loxapine
Atypical or Newer Antipsychotics-
  1. Clozapine
  2. Olanzapine
  3. Ziprasidone
  4. Risperidone
Did you Notice that - Typical antipsychotics have suffix ending with- 
  1. -zine
  2. -dol
  3. -zide
  4. -xol
While Atypical are having suffixes of 
  1. -pine 
  2. -done
Lixapine is a typical antipsychotic agent but Several researchers have argued that loxapine may behave as an atypical antipsychotic. See Referance below.
 Glazer WM (1999). "Does loxapine have "atypical" properties? Clinical evidence". The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. 60 (Suppl 10): 426. PMID 10340686
 uses and dosages
Side effects
See also

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