fluphenazine

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flu·phen·a·zine

 (flo͞o-fĕn′ə-zēn′)
n.
A phenothiazine drug, C22H26F3N3OS, used in its hydrochloride and decanoate forms to treat schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders.

fluphenazine

(fluːˈfɛnəˌziːn)
n
a powerful antipsychotic drug used to treat various psychoses including schizophrenia and extreme bipolar disorder
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Noun1.fluphenazine - tranquilizer used to treat psychotic disorders
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fluphenazine

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Psychiatric survivors, activists and other critics call CTOs leash laws, mainly because they authorize keeping psychiatrically-labeled people on a chemical leash or on psychiatric parole for months at a time and locking them up again if they're "non-compliant." That means refusing to keep a doctor's appointment or refusing to take psychiatric drugs, brain-disabling neuroleptics like Haldol, Modecate and Zyprexa or antidepressants like Prozac and Paxil.
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