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TBZTechnische Berufsschule Zürich (technical school)
TBZThiabendazole
TBZTemple Beth Zion
TBZTetrabenazine (pharmaceutical)
TBZTriad Boyz
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2) Moreover, the use of tetrabenazine involved slow titration, multiple daily dosing, cytochrome P450 (CYP) 2D6 genotyping for doses >50 mg/d, and tolerability issues.
com/drugs/2/drug-151522/tetrabenazine-oral/details) tetrabenazine or even deep brain stimulation, which involves a small straw-like probe being inserted into the brain.
Tetrabenazine, a dopamine depletor frequently used for hyperkinetic disorders, was not effective at 25 mg taken prior to coaching sessions.
Rapid improvement of tardive dyskinesia with tetrabenazine, clonazepam and clozapine combined: a naturalistic long-term follow-up study.
In other cases tetrabenazine 25-150mg/day or cholinomimetic medications might be successfully applied, not only in Tardive dyskinesia but also in Tardive tremors.
Further treatment with tetrabenazine 25 mg twice a day was necessary for improvement of the movements in the next few days.
Positive top-line data from the Phase-III, open-label ARC-HD study demonstrated that patients were able to safely convert from tetrabenazine, currently the only approved HD treatment, to SD-809 overnight with continued control of chorea.
sup][49] Tetrabenazine showed a clear efficacy for the control of chorea, [sup][50] but it is absent in Chinese pharmacies.
20%) Co-administration can cause Tetrabenazine prolongation of the QT interval, and may result in elevated risk of ventricular arrhythmias including ventricular tachycardia and torsade de pointes Clonazepam- 1 (0.
2) Other drugs that may induce Parkinsonism include typical and some atypical antipsychotics, metoclopramide, lithium, valproic acid and dopamine-depleting drugs such as tetrabenazine.
For relief from chorea, we used benzodiazepines (often at high doses), antipsychotic medications, and tetrabenazine.