List of psychiatric medications

List of psychiatric medications

This is an alphabetical list of psychiatric medications used by psychiatrists to treat mental illness or distress.

Please note:
* The list is not exhaustive.
* Names in italics are brand-names.
* Not all drugs listed are used regularly in all countries.

A

"Abilify", "Adapin", "Adderall", "Alepam", "Alertec", "Aloperidin", "Alplax", "Alprax", Alprazolam, "Alviz", "Alzolam", Amantadine, "Ambien", Amisulpride, Amitriptyline, Amoxapine, "Anafranil", "Anatensol", "Ansial", "Ansiced", "Antabus", "Antabuse", "Antideprin", "Anxiron", "Apo-Alpraz", "Apo-Primidone", "Apo-Sertral", "Aponal", "Apozepam", Aripiprazole, "Aropax", "Artane", "Asendin", "Asendis", "Asentra", "Ativan", Atomoxetine, "Aurorix", "Aventyl", "Axoren"

B

"Beneficat", "Bimaran", "Bioperidolo", "Biston", "Brotopon", "Bespar", Bupropion, "Buspar", "Buspimen", "Buspinol", Buspirone, "Buspisal"

C

"Calepsin", Calcium carbonate, Calcium carbimide, "Calmax", Carbamazepine, "Carbatrol", "Carbolith", "Celexa", Chlordiazepoxide, Chlorpromazine, "Cibalith-S", "Cipralex", Citalopram, Clomipramine, Clonazepam, Clozapine, "Clozaril", "Concerta", "Constan", "Convulex", "Cylert"

D

"Dalmane", "Dapotum", "Defanyl", "Demolox", "Depakene", "Depakote", "Deprax", "Deprilept", "Deroxat", Desipramine, "Desirel", "Desoxyn", "Desyrel", "Dexedrine", Dextroamphetamine, "Dextrostat", "Diapam", Diazepam, "Dilantin", Disulfiram, "Divalproex", "Dogmatil", Doxepin, "Dozic", "Duralith"

E

"Edronax", "Efectin", "Effexor (Efexor)", Eglonyl, "Einalon S", "Elavil", "Endep", "Epanutin", "Epitol", "Equetro", Escitalopram, "Eskalith", "Eskazinyl", "Eskazine", "Etrafon", "Eukystol"

F

"Faverin", "Fazaclo", "Fevarin", "Finlepsin", "Fludecate", "Flunanthate", Fluoxetine, Fluphenazine, Flurazepam, Fluvoxamine, "Focalin"

G

"Geodon", "Gladem"

H

"Halcion", "Halomonth", "Haldol", Haloperidol, "Halosten"

I

Imipramine, "Imovane"

J

"Janimine", "Jatroneural"

K

"Kalma", "Keselan", "Klonopin"

L

"Lamotrigine", "Largactil", Levomepromazine, "Levoprome", "Leponex", "Lexapro", "Libritabs", "Librium", "Linton", "Liskantin", "Lithane", Lithium, "Lithizine", "Lithobid", "Lithonate", "Lithotabs", Lorazepam, "Loxapac", Loxapine, "Loxitane", "Ludiomil", "Lunesta", "Lustral", "Luvox", "Lyogen", "Lecital"

M

"Manegan", "Manerix", Maprotiline, "Mellaril", "Melleretten", "Melleril", "Meresa", Mesoridazine, "Metadate", Methamphetamine, Methotrimeprazine, "Methylin", Methylphenidate, Minitran, Moclobemide, Modafinil, "Modalina", "Modecate", "Moditen", "Molipaxin", "Moxadil", "Murelax", "Myidone", "Mylepsinum", "Mysoline"

N

"Nardil", "Narol", "Navane", Nefazodone, "Neoperidol", "Norebox", "Normison", "Norpramine", Nortriptyline, "Novodorm"

O

Olanzapine, "Omca", "Orap", Oxazepam

P

"Pamelor", "Parnate", Paroxetine, "Paxil", "Peluces", Pemoline, "Permitil", Perphenazine, "Pertofrane", Phenelzine, Phenytoin, Pimozide, "Piportil", Pipotiazine, "Pragmarel", Primidone, "Prolift", "Prolixin", Protriptyline, "Provigil", "Prozac", "Prysoline", "Psymion"

Q

Quetiapine

R

"Ralozam", Reboxetine, "Resimatil", "Restoril", "Restyl", "Rhotrimine", "Risperdal", Risperidone, Rispolept, "Ritalin", "Rivotril", "Rubifen"

S

"Sediten", "Seduxen", "Selecten", "Serax", "Serenace", "Serepax", "Serenase", "Serentil", "Seresta", "Serlain", "Serlift", "Seroquel", "Seroxat", "Sertan", Sertraline, "Serzone", "Sevinol", "Sideril", "Sigaperidol", "Sinequan", "Sinqualone", "Sinquan", "Sirtal", "Solanax", "Solian", "Solvex", "Songar", "Stazepin", "Stelazine", "Stilnox", "Stimuloton", "Strattera", Sulpiride, "Sulpiride Ratiopharm", "Sulpiride Neurazpharm", "Surmontil", "Symbyax", "Symmetrel"

T

"Tafil", "Tavor", "Taxagon", "Tegretol", "Telesmin", Temazepam, "Temesta", "Temposil", "Terfluzine", Thioridazine, Thiothixene, "Thombran", "Thorazine", "Timonil", "Tofranil", "Trancin", "Tranax", "Trankimazin", "Tranquinal", Tranylcypromine, "Trazalon", Trazodone, "Trazonil", "Trialodine", Triazolam, Trifluoperazine, "Trihexane", Trihexyphenidyl, "Trilafon", Trimipramine, "Triptil", "Trittico", "Tryptanol"

U

V

"Valium", "Valproate", Valproic acid, "Valrelease", Venlafaxine, "Vestra", "Vigicer", "Vivactil"

W

"Wellbutrin"

X

"Xanax", "Xanor", "Xydep"

Z

"Zamhexal", "Zeldox", "Zimovane", "Zispin", Ziprasidone, "Zolarem", "Zoldac", "Zoloft", Zolpidem, "Zonalon", Zopiclone, "Zydis", "Zyprexa"

See also

* List of psychiatric drugs by condition treated


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