Trilafon, Trilifan

US Brand Name: Trilafon, Trilifan
Other Brand Names: APO-Perphenazine (Canada; Malaysia)
Decentan (Austria; Germany; Spain)
Fentazin (United Kingdom; Ireland)
F-Mon (Japan)
Leptopsique (Mexico)Peratsin (Finland)
Pernamed (Thailand)
Perphenan (Israel)
Pernazine (Thailand)
Perzine-P (Thailand)
Porazine (Thailand)
Trilifan Retard (France)
Trimin (Bahrain; Cyprus; Egypt; Iran; Iraq; Israel; Jordan; Korea; Kuwait; Lebanon; Libya; Oman; Qatar; Republic of Yemen; Saudi Arabia; Syria; United Arab Emirates)
Triomin (Taiwan)
Generic Name: perphenazine
FDA Approved Use(s): Schizophrenia,  severe nausea & vomiting.
Off-Label Uses: Bipolar disorder, behavioral complications in patients with mental retardation.

Dosage: 4-64mg a day taken in 2 to 4 doses.

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