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 ====== Pharmacological Management of Acute Agitation ====== ====== Pharmacological Management of Acute Agitation ======
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 <panel type="​info"​ title="​Haloperidol versus Loxapine"​ subtitle="​Adapted from Procyshyn, Ric M., Kalyna Z. Bezchlibnyk-Butler,​ and J. Joel Jeffries. Clinical Handbook of Psychotropic Drugs. Hogrefe, 2017." no-body="​true">​ <panel type="​info"​ title="​Haloperidol versus Loxapine"​ subtitle="​Adapted from Procyshyn, Ric M., Kalyna Z. Bezchlibnyk-Butler,​ and J. Joel Jeffries. Clinical Handbook of Psychotropic Drugs. Hogrefe, 2017." no-body="​true">​
-!^                 ^ Description ​                                           ^ Haloperidol ​ ^ Loxapine ​     ^+<​mobiletable 1> 
 +^                  ^ Description ​                                           ^ Haloperidol ​ ^ Loxapine ​     ^
 ^ Potency ​           | The amount of medication that needs to be given        | High         | Intermediate ​ | ^ Potency ​           | The amount of medication that needs to be given        | High         | Intermediate ​ |
 ^ D2 Antagonism ​     | Amount of antipsychotic effect, and EPS risk           | +++++        | ++++          | ^ D2 Antagonism ​     | Amount of antipsychotic effect, and EPS risk           | +++++        | ++++          |
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 ^ 5-HT2 Antagonism ​  | Amount of anxiolytic effect/​sedation ​                  | +/+++        | +++/​++++ ​     | ^ 5-HT2 Antagonism ​  | Amount of anxiolytic effect/​sedation ​                  | +/+++        | +++/​++++ ​     |
 ^ ACh M1 Antagonism ​ | Mitigation of EPS, sedation ​                           | +            | ++            | ^ ACh M1 Antagonism ​ | Mitigation of EPS, sedation ​                           | +            | ++            |
 +</​mobiletable>​
 </​panel>​ </​panel>​
  
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   * [[https://​www.psychiatryadvisor.com/​home/​opinion/​haloperidol-in-the-emergency-department-setting/​|PsychiatryAdvisor:​ Haloperidol in the Emergency Department Setting]]   * [[https://​www.psychiatryadvisor.com/​home/​opinion/​haloperidol-in-the-emergency-department-setting/​|PsychiatryAdvisor:​ Haloperidol in the Emergency Department Setting]]
  
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