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Question Answer
haloperidol (Haldol) Typical (antipsychotic)
Haldol decanocateTypical (antipsychotic injectable)
loxapine (loxitane)Typical (antipsychotic)
thioriadzine (mellaril)Typical (antipsychotic)
molindone (moban)Typical (antipsychotic)
thiothixene (navane)Typical (antipsychotic)
flyphenazine (prolixin)Typical (antipsychotic)
mesoridazine (serentil)Typical (antipsychotic)
trifluoperazine (stelazine) Typical (antipsychotic)
chlorpromazine (thorazine): Typical (antipsychotic)
perphenazine (trilafon)Typical (antipsychotic)
aripirazole (abilify): Atypical (antipsychotic)
clozapine (clozaril): Atypical (antipsychotic)
ziprasidone (geodon): Atypical (antipsychotic)
risperidone (risperdal): Atypical (antipsychotic)
quetiapine (seroquil): Atypical (antipsychotic)
olanzapine (zyprexa): Atypical (antipsychotic)
depakene: Mood Stabilizer
lamotrigine (lamictal): Mood Stabilizer
lithium: Mood Stabilizer
eskalith: Mood Stabilizer
lithobid: Mood Stabilizer
tegretol: Mood Stabilizer
carbatrolMood Stabilizer
topiramate (Topamax): Mood Stabilizer
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Question Answer
lorazepam (Ativan): Antianxiety
buspirone (buspar): Antianxiety
clonazepam (klonopin): Antianxiety
diazepam (valium): Antianxiety
alprazolam (Xanax): Antianxiety
amphetamine (Adderall): Stimulants
methylphenidate (concerta): Stimulants
dextroamphetamine (Dexedrine spansules): Stimulants
methylphenidate (metidate): Stimulants
Ritaline SR: Stimulants
methylphenidate (Ritalin): Stimulants
methylin: Stimulants
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