Topic Archives: Nuplazid
FDA Rejects Nuplazid Application for Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease Psychosis
The FDA has rejected an application to approve Nuplazid to treat Alzheimer's disease psychosis.
ISMP Report Questions Nuplazid Safety, FDA Approval And Lack Of Warnings
An ISMP report questions the FDA conclusions that there are no new safety signals with the Parkinson's disease psychosis drug, Nuplazid.
Nuplazid Safety Risks May Lead FDA To Re-Review New Medication, Gottlieb Tells Senate
The FDA has launched a new safety review of the Parkinson's disease drug Nuplazid, FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb told Congress last week.
Nuplazid Problems Linked To Hundreds Of Patient Deaths: Report
More than 700 deaths have been linked to Nuplazid side effects, raising concerns about the safety of the Parkinson's disease drug.
Nuplazid Side Effects May Increase Parkinson’s Disease Hallucination Risks, ISMP Report Warns
The side effects of Nuplazid may increase the risk of hallucinations in some Parkinson's disease patients, according to the findings of a new report.
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