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Paroxetine

Structure

Paroxetine-10 Tablets
Each film coated tablet contains Paroxetine 10 as Paroxetine Hydrochloride

Paroxetine-20 Tablets
Each film coated tablet contains Paroxetine 20 as Paroxetine Hydrochloride

Paroxetine-30 Tablets
Each film coated tablet contains Paroxetine 30 as Paroxetine Hydrochloride

Paroxetine-40 Tablets
Each film coated tablet contains Paroxetine 40 as Paroxetine Hydrochloride

No Prescription

Paroxetine is prescribed for:
- Generalised anxiety disorder (gad);
- Major depression;
- Obsessive-compulsive disorder (ocd);
- Panic disorder;
- Post-traumatic stress disorders (ptsd);
- Social anxiety disorder;

Dosage

For the treatment of major depression:
Adults:
Initially, 20 once daily, usually in the morning.
The dose may be increased as needed and tolerated in increments of 10 , at a minimum of weekly intervals, up to a maximum daily dosage of 50 mg.
Elderly or debilitated patients: Initially, 10 once daily.
The dose may be increased as needed and tolerated in increments of 10 , at a minimum of weekly intervals, up to a maximum dosage of 40 mg/day.

For the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder and social anxiety disorder:
Adults:
Patients should be started on 20 once daily, usually in the morning.
Doses should be increased by 10 /day at weekly intervals if needed and tolerated.
The target dose is 40 once daily and maximum dose is 60 mg/day.
Elderly or debilitated patients: Patients should be started on 10 once daily, usually in the morning.
Doses should be increased by 10 /day at weekly intervals if needed and tolerated.
Dosage should not exceed 40 /day.

For the treatment of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD):
Adults:
Patients should be started on 20 once daily, usually in the morning.
Doses should be increased by 10 /day at weekly intervals if needed and tolerated.
The target dose is 40 once daily and maximum daily dose is 60 mg.

Elderly or debilitated patients: Initially, 10 once daily. T
he dose may be increased as needed and tolerated in increments of 10 , at a minimum of weekly intervals, up to a maximum dosage of 40 mg/day.
For the treatment of panic disorder and PTSD: Adults: Patients should be started on 10 once daily, usually in the morning.
Doses should be increased by 10 /day at weekly intervals if needed and tolerated.
The target dose is 40 once daily and maximum daily dose is 60 mg.
Elderly or debilitated patients: Patients should be started on 10 once daily, usually in the morning.
Doses should be increased by 10 /day at weekly intervals if needed and tolerated.
Daily dose should not exceed 40 /day.

Patients with hepatic impairment:
The initial recommended dose is 10 /day.
Increases may be made if clinically indicated.
Dosage should not exceed 40 /day.

Patients with renal impairment:
CrCl 3060 ml/min: Dosage should be modified depending on clinical response and degree of renal impairment, but no quantitative recommendations are available.
Lower doses may be needed.

CrCl < 30 ml/min: The initial recommended dose is 10 /day.
Increases may be made if clinically indicated.
Dosage should not exceed 40 /day.

Contraindications

Paroxetine is contraindicated if you have any of the following conditions:
Paroxetine is contraindicated in those patients with a hypersensitivity to paroxetine or any of the formulation components.
Paroxetine is contraindicated for concomitant use in patients receiving MAO inhibitor therapy.

Package

- Blister strip of 10 tablets;
(c) 2017