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Chlorpromazine

-Typical Antipsychotic


-DA2 receptor antagonist




-good effect on positive signs


-side effects induce movement disorders

Thioridazine

-Typical Antipsychotic


-DA2 receptor antagonist




-good effect on positive signs


-side effects induce movement disorders




-also used as an Antiemetic

Haloperidol

-Typical Antipsychotic


-DA2 receptor antagonist




-good effect on positive signs


-side effects induce movement disorders

Olanzepine

-Atypical antipsychotic


-DA2, DA3, and DA4 antagonist




-good effect on positive and negative signs


-little to no movement disorders

Resperidone

-Atypical antipsychotic


-DA2, DA3, and DA4 antagonist




-good effect on positive and negative signs


-little to no movement disorders

Clozapine

-Atypical antipsychotic


-DA2, DA3, and DA4 antagonist




-good effect on positive and negative signs


-little to no movement disorders

Aripirazole

-DA2 partial agonist




-good effect on positive and negative signs


-little to no movement disorders




-used as adjunct, not sole treatment

Levodopa

-Dopaminergic




-precursor to dopamine in normal synthetic pathway


-processed into dopamine


-increases dopamine production




-effectiveness lost w/ time as cell death progresses

Carbidopa + Levodopa

-Dopaminergic




-carbidopa blocks Levodopa conversion in PNS


-increases CNS bioavailability of Levodopa

Amantadine

-Dopaminergic




-causes release of dopamine


-slows reuptake of dopamine




-useful in early stages


-less effective in later stages




-may be used concurrently w/ Levodopa

Bromocriptine

-Dopaminergic




-dopamine receptor agonist


-mimics dopamine




-effective in early stages

Pergolide

-Dopaminergic




-dopamine receptor agonist


-mimics dopamine




-effective in early stages

Pramipexole

-Dopaminergic




-newer dopamine receptor agonist


-mimics dopamine




-more effective in later stages than older drugs

Ropinirole

-Dopaminergic




-newer dopamine receptor agonist


-mimics dopamine




-more effective in later stages than older drugs

Selegiline

-Dopaminergic




-inhibits brain MAO


-inhibits degradation of brain dopamine


-increases bioavailability of dopamine




-only effective in early stages

Trihexyphenidyl

-Antimuscarinic




-atropine-like action


-useful in early stages of Parkinson's


-useful in drug-induced Parkinson's

Benztropine

-Antimuscarinic




-atropine-like action


-useful in early stages of Parkinson's


-useful in drug-induced Parkinson's

Biperiden

-Antimuscarinic




-atropine-like action


-useful in early stages of Parkinson's


-useful in drug-induced Parkinson's