Triftazin (Trifthazinum; synonym stelazine; list B ) is a neuroleptic agent. The chemical structure and pharmacological properties similar to chlorpromazine (see). More active than aminazine for sedative and antiemetic effects. Applied mainly in the treatment of various forms of schizophrenia . Assign inside, from 0.001-0.002 g 1-2 times a day and gradually increasing the dose to 0.03-0.1 g per day. Intramuscularly administered in cases requiring rapid effect, 0.5-1 ml of 0.2% solution (not more than 0.006 g per day). As an antiemetic appoint 0.001-0.002 g per reception. Forms of release: tablets and dragees on 0,001; 0.002; 0.005 and 0.01 g; 0.2% solution in vials of 10 ml.
See also Neuroleptics .