1 doctor weighed in:
How is loxapine 25 mg different from a 2 mg?
1 doctor weighed in

Dr. Robert Woods
Psychiatry
In brief: Important Data
Loxapine is a first generation antipsychotic used to treat the symptoms of schizophrenia.
It is equally effective as other medications in its class. Loxapine is supplied as capsules in four strengths 6.8mg = 5mg, 13.6mg = 10mg, 34.0mg = 25mg and 68.1m = 50mg. As far as i know there is no 2mg capsule produced.

In brief: Important Data
Loxapine is a first generation antipsychotic used to treat the symptoms of schizophrenia.
It is equally effective as other medications in its class. Loxapine is supplied as capsules in four strengths 6.8mg = 5mg, 13.6mg = 10mg, 34.0mg = 25mg and 68.1m = 50mg. As far as i know there is no 2mg capsule produced.
Dr. Robert Woods
Dr. Robert Woods
Thank
Read more answers from doctors