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Medications to be avoided by Parkinson patients.

Medications To Be Avoided
By Parkinson Patients

Drug Category                         Trade Name           Generic Name

Antipsychotic (used for                   Haldol           Haloperiodol
agitated confusion)                     Trilafon           Perphenazine
                                       Thorazine         Chlorpromazine
                                       Stelazine        Trifluoperazine
                              Prolixin, Permitil            Flufenazine
                                          Navane            Thiothixene
                          Mellaril (high dosage)           Thioridazine

Antidepressant                           Triavil         Combination of
                                                         Perphenazine &
                                          Nardil             Phenelzine
                                         Parnate        Tranylcypromine

Antivomiting                           Compazine       Prochlorperazine
                                          Reglan         Metoclopramide
                                         Torecan       Thiethylperazine

Miscellaneous                           Serpasil              Reserpine

Blood Pressure                          Raudixin   Rauwolfia Serpentina

Postoperative                           Rauverid                   None
Medication                               Wolfina                   None
                                        Harmonyl              Deserpine
                                         Moderil           Rescinnamine
                                       Rauwiloid                   None

Possible                                 Aldomet       Alpha-methyldopa

Potential                               Dilantin              Phenytoin
                            Lithane (and others)                Lithium
                                          Buspar              Buspirone

Based on The American Parkinson Disease Newsletter (Spring 1990),
60 Bay Street, Staten Island, New York 10301. By Permission of Paul
A. Nausiedo. M.D., Director of the APDA Information and Referral
Center, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
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