Sparine advertisement, 1959.|
Psychosomatic Medicine, Vol. 21, No. 5.
March 4, 8:10 A.M. ~ Acutely agitated, destructive and assaultive, uncommunicative.
March 4, 10:00 A.M. ~ Sparine, I.V., has been given. Patient in light sleep. Can be awakened readily; and responds to questioning.
March 5, 2:00 P.M. ~ Receiving oral Sparine. Quiet but alert. Contrite about smashed window.
March 8, 9:00 A.M. ~ Still on oral Sparine, maintenance dosage. Ready for psychotherapy.
Sparine quickly controls acute psychotic episodes, then maintains control while definitive psychiatric treatment is provided.
Sparine facilitates accessibility, speeds rehabilitation, simplifies care.
Sparine acts most rapidly by intravenous injection; for effective maintenance, the oral or intramuscular route is usually used.
It is well tolerated in all three methods of administration. Comprehensive literature supplied upon request.
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