delusions of grandeur subside rather promptly Thorazine advertisement, 1955.
Psychosomatic Medicine, Vol. 17, No. 2.

to control

On administration of 'Thorazine', "attacks of mania
with accompanying elation, overactivity and delusions
of grandeur subside rather promptly...
This alone represents a therapeutic advance since
mania often resists shock therapies and is a very
exhausting condition for the patient, relatives and
hospital staff."
Kinross-Wright, V.: Postgrad. Med. 16:297 (Oct.) 1954.
Available in 10 mg., 25 mg., 50 mg., and 100 mg. tablets;
25 mg. (1 cc.) ampuls and 50 mg. (2 cc.) ampuls.
Information on 'Thorazine' is available on request.
Smith Kline & French Laboratories
1530 Spring Garden St., Philadelphia   1
*Trademark for S.K.F.'s brand of chlorpromazine hydrochloride.
Chemically it is 10-(3-dimethylaminopropyl)-2-chlorphenothiazine hydrochloride.

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