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Loxapine and Autism

Loxapine is in a class of medications called typical antipsychotics. It is sold under various brand names including Adasuve and Loxitane.

It is used to treat the symptoms of schizophrenia. It can produce some significant and harmful side effects and should only be used under medical supervision.

Some researchers believe it may be useful in the treatment of irritability and other problems in some people on the autism spectrum.

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Updated
06 Jan 2016