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  • Aripiprazole
    2 Drugs classified under this active ingredient

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    Abilify Maintena
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    Abilify Maintena

    Atypical Antipsychotic. Aripiprazole (as monohydrate) 300 mg, 400 mg.
    PRE-FILLED SYR. (pwdr.+ solvent for prolong. -release susp.): 1,3. Recom. init. & mainten. dose: 400 mg. once mnthly. as a single inj. (no sooner than 26 d after the previous inj.). After the 1st inj., tmt. with 10 mg-20 mg oral aripiprazole should be cont. for 14 consec. days to maintain therapeutic aripiprazole concent. during init. of ther. See lit.
    Maintenan. tmt. of schizophrenia in adult pts. stabilised with oral aripiprazole.
    C/I: Hypersens.

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    Atypical Antipsychotic. Aripiprazole 5, 10, 15, 30 mg.
    TABS: 28 x 5 mg, 10 mg, 15 mg, 30
    Take whole w/out meals. Schizophren:
    Adult >18 yrs: 10-15 mg dly. Maint. 15
    mg dly, max. 30 mg dly. Adolescents
    (15 yrs and older): recommend. dose
    10 mg dly. Max. dly dose: 30 mg.
    Mania: Adult >18 yrs: 15 mg daily, incr.
    if necess. to 30 mg dly. Not to exceed
    recomm. dose. Irritability
    Assoc. with Autistic Dis. (6-17 yrs):
    initiate at 2.5 mg/d, dose range 5 – 15
    mg dly. See lit.
    Tmt. of schizophrenia, tmt. of mod.- severe
    manic epis. in Bipolar I disord., prevent. of
    a new manic epis. in pts who experienced
    predomin. manic epis. whose manic
    epis. respond. to aripiprazole tmt. Use as
    an adjunct. ther. to antidepress. for tmt. of
    major depress. dis. (MDD). Efficacy was
    establ. in two 6-week trials in adults with
    MDD who had an inadeq. resp. to
    antidepr. ther. during the curr. epis. Tmt. of
    irritability assoc. with autistic dis. Efficacy
    was establ. in two 8-week trials in ped. pts
    (aged 6 - 17 yrs) with irritab. assoc. with
    autistic dis. (incl. sympt. of aggress.
    towards others, delib. self-inj., temper
    tantrums, quickly chang. moods).
    C/I: Hypersens.