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Haloperidol Generic

US Brand Name Generic Haldol
Generic Name Haloperidol
Other Brand Name Trancodol
Packing 10
Manufacturer Torrent
Form Tablet
Strength 1.5 mg, 5 mg, 10 mg
Country India

  • 30 tabs 1.5 mg $2.70
  • 30 tabs 5 mg $10.50
  • 30 tabs 20 mg $29.70
  • 30 tabs 10 mg $18.90
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Introduction

Haloperidol is a generic name medication falling under the group of drugs called antipsychotics. It is commonly prescribed to treat chronic schizophrenic disorder, bipolar disorder (manic-depressive psychosis) and hypomania. Available under brand names like Haldol and Trancodol, Haloperidol is also found helpful for addressing different symptoms of Tourette's syndrome (a neurological disorder). It is also identified to possess a tranquilizing and relaxing effect on schizophrenic patients. It serves to repress hallucinations and illusions and checks seizures. Haloperidol stamps down negative thinking as well.

Dosage & Administration Guidelines

Haldol (Haloperidol) is administered to individuals calling for sustained antipsychotic treatment and should be received as recommended by the medical professional. The medication can be availed in both tablet and injection form. Haloperidol must not be dispensed in an intravenous manner (IV) but must solely be dispensed in an intramuscular way (IM) to patients in injection form. If taking by mouth in the form of tablets, you can ingest it with or without food at a particular time. Do not give up consuming the drug suddenly since this may lead to a variety of undesirable side effects and may even aggravate some of the existing signs.

Warnings & Precautions

Inform your healthcare provider if you have allergic reaction to any drugs or nutrients prior to consuming this drug. Haldol or Trancodol (Haloperidol) must not be administered to people having closed angle glaucoma, abnormal enlargement of prostate gland (prostatic hypertrophy), heart or blood vessel disorder, clinical depression of central nervous system (CNS) and Parkinson's syndrome.

Haloperidol tablets must not be administered to affected persons who have dementia-associated mental disease or are on antipsychotics because it may lead to death. The safety profile of this medication has not so far been laid down in case of pregnancy and breastfeeding. Hence, you have to notify your physician if you are heavy with child or breastfeeding before ingesting the medication. Cautiousness is recommended when giving Haldol to individuals with a past medical record of epilepsy (a disorder of CNS), cancer of the breast, hyperthyroidism, hypertension and pheochromocytoma (a vascular tumor of the adrenal gland).

Administration of Haloperidol may result in the progress of a medical problem in the seniors called tardive dyskinesia (automatic rolling of the tongue and contracting of the face or trunk or limbs). Stay away from drinking alcoholic beverages when consuming Haldol since it boosts the effects of CNS sedative drugs.

Drug Interactions

Haloperidol must not be concomitantly given with Carbamazepine and Rifampicin. It must not be prescribed if the patient is using any tricyclic antidepressant drugs as it amplifies the harmful effects of these medications.

Haloperidol elevates the lithium level of the blood bringing forth a complication called neuroleptic malignant syndrome (NMS). This is a lethal, even though uncommon neurological disease that is distinguished by extremely high fever, muscular rigidity, shifts in mental condition, blood pressure, cardiac arrhythmia and dysrhythmias. Medications like metoclopramide, prochlorperazine and anticholinergics intensify the adverse effects of Haldol or Trancodol.

Unwanted Drug Effects

A number of the most frequent side effects of the drug comprise somnolence, tardive dyskinesia, extrapyramidal reactions, nervousness, depressive disorder, delusions, vertigo, anorexia (prolonged eating disorder because of loss of appetency), cardiac arrhythmia, low blood pressure, leucopoenia, decrease in bodily fluids, lessened seizure threshold, queasiness, irritability, confusedness, tremble, indigestion, xerostomia, erratic movements and switches in weight.