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Halop  5

Tablet Halop 5 5 mg

SKU PRO-92-0011631
Dosage Tablet
Brand Name Halop 5
Generic Haloperidol
Strength 5 mg
Manufacturer Opsonin Pharma Limited
Pack Piece MRP ARTO Price
Single 1 1.00 BDT 0.92 BDT
Box 100 pcs 100.00 BDT 92 BDT
Cartoon X X X
Additional Information

Therapeutic action – Antipsychotic (neuroleptic) Indications – Acute or chronic psychosis – Severe anxiety not controlled by benzodiazepines Presentation – 5 mg tablet – 2 mg/ml oral solution (1 ml = 20 drops) Also comes in 0.5 and 2 mg tablets. Dosage – Acute or chronic psychosis Adult: 2 to 10 mg/day in 2 divided doses. If necessary, these doses may be gradually increased up to 20 mg/day according to clinical response. Once the patient is stable, the maintenance dose is administered once daily in the evening. – Severe anxiety not controlled by benzodiazepines Adult: 1 mg/day (10 drops/day) in 2 divided doses – Whatever the indication, reduce the dose by half in elderly patients. – Use the lowest effective dose, especially in the event of prolonged treatment. Duration – Acute psychosis: minimum 3 months; chronic psychosis: minimum one year. The treatment should be discontinued gradually (over 4 weeks). If signs of relapse occur, increase the dose. – Severe anxiety: maximum 4 weeks. Contra-indications, adverse effects, precautions – Do not administer to patients with cardiac disorders (cardiac failure, recent myocardial infarction, conduction disorders, bradycardia, etc.); to elderly patients with dementia (e.g. Alzheimer's disease). – Administer with caution and carefully monitor use in patients > 60 years and patients with hypokalaemia, hyperthyroidism, renal or hepatic impairment, Parkinson's disease. – May cause: drowsiness (caution when driving/operating machinery), extrapyramidal syndrome, early and tardive dyskinesia, sexual dysfunction, QT-prolongation, ventricular arrhythmia, orthostatic hypotension; neuroleptic malignant syndrome (unexplained hyperthermia with neuromuscular disorders), rare but requiring immediate treatment discontinuation. – In the event of extrapyramidal symptoms, combine with biperiden. – Avoid combination with: carbamazepine, rifampicin, fluoxetine, lithium, drugs that prolong the QT interval (amiodarone, chloroquine, erythromycin, fluconazole, mefloquine, pentamidine, quinine). – Avoid alcohol during treatment. – Pregnancy: re-evaluate whether the treatment is still necessary; if it is continued, monitor the newborn infant for reversible extrapyramidal effects (tremors) if the mother was under high dose treatment in the 3rd trimester. – Breast-feeding: avoid; if absolutely necessary, administer less than 5 mg/day. Remarks – Haloperidol produces less orthostatic hypotension than chlorpromazine and has little anticholinergic effects. It is less sedative than chlorpromazine but produces more extrapyramidal symptoms. – Storage: below 25°C

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