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What kind of drug is thiothixene?

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Dr. Kevin Nasky
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In brief: Antipsychotic

Thiothixene (navane) is a first-generation, high-potency, antipsychotic medication of the thioxanthene class used in the treatment of psychotic disorders, e.
g. Schizophrenia. It was introduced by pfizer on july 24, 1967.

In brief: Antipsychotic

Thiothixene (navane) is a first-generation, high-potency, antipsychotic medication of the thioxanthene class used in the treatment of psychotic disorders, e.
g. Schizophrenia. It was introduced by pfizer on july 24, 1967.
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