Behavioural disorders, dyskinesia.
How it works
Tiapride is an atypical neuroleptic agent with selective dopamine D2-receptor antagonist activity and has general properties similar to sulpiride. It is unlikely to cause catalepsy and sedation and is used in the management of behaviour disorders and to treat dyskinesias.
Common side effects
Orthostatic hypotension (low blood pressure), Parkinsonism, Abnormal heart rhythm, Agitation, Antimuscarinic symptoms, Convulsion, Dizziness, Drowsiness, Ecg changes, Insomnia, Nasal congestion
- 3 variant(s)