Mellaril

US Brand Name: Mellaril
Other Brand Names: Aldazine (Australia; Malaysia; New Zealand)
Calmaril (Thailand)
Mallorol (Sweden)
Meleril (Argentina; Colombia; Peru; Spain)Melleretten (Austria; Germany; Italy; Netherlands; Switzerland)
Melleril (Austria; Bahrain; Belgium; Benin; Bulgaria; Burkina Faso; Cyprus; Czech Republic; Denmark; Egypt;  Ethiopia; Finland; France; Gambia; Germany; Ghana; Greece; Guinea; Hong Kong; Hungary; Indonesia; Iran; Iraq; Ireland; Israel; Italy; Ivory Coast; Japan; Jordan; Kenya; Kuwait; Kuwait; Lebanon; Liberia; Libya; Libya Lebanon; Malawi; Mali; Mauritania; Mauritius; Mexico; Morocco; Netherlands; New Zealand; Niger; Nigeria; Norway;  Oman; Philippines; Portugal; Qatar;  Republic of Yemen;  Russia; Saudi Arabia; Saudi Arabia; Senegal; Seychelles; Sierra Leone; Slovenia; South Africa; Spain; Sudan; Switzerland;  Syria; Taiwan; Tanzania; Tunisia; Turkey; Uganda; United Arab Emirates; United Kingdom; Zambia; Zimbabwe)
Mellerzin (Taiwan)
Mepiozin (Japan)
Orsanil (Finland)
Ridazin (Israel)
Ridazine (Thailand)
Thiomed (Thailand)
Thioril (India)
Thiosia (Thailand)
Generic Name: thioridazine hydrochloride

FDA Approved Use(s): Schizophrenia, depression, “behavior disorders.”

Off-Label Uses: Bipolar disorder.

 

 

 

Dosage: 50-800mg a day, divided into 2 to 4 doses.

 

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