Compazine advertisement, 1958.|
Mental Hospitals, Vol. 9, No. 9, p. 4.
for better management of mentally defective children
'Compazine' has greatly facilitated the treatment of institutionalized, mentally defective patients who are emotionally disturbed:
~ Good or excellent response in most cases
~ Virtualy disappearance of constant fighting and destructiveness
~ Prompt improvement in ward and cottage behavior, table training and toilet training
Side effects with 'Compazine' have been infrequent and transient in most cases or readily controlled by adjunctive medication.
Many patients have shown a significantly improved response to 'Compazine' after disappointing therapy with sedatives or
certain other tranquilizing drugs.
Available: Tablets, Spansule® sustained release capsules, Ampuls, Multiple dose vials, Suppositories and Syrup
Smith Kline & French Laboratories, Philadelphia
*T.M. Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. for prochlorperazine, S.K.F.