Thorazine advertisement, 1956. |
Radiology, Vol. 66, No. 6, p. xv.
when radiation sickness jeopardizes further treatment...
THORAZINE* controls severe nausea and vomiting and permits radiotherapy to be carried out as planned(1)
In 95 per cent of 84 patients, radiation sickness was successfully controlled:
"Never before had any preparation for combating radiation sickness been used with such satisfactory results."(2)
1. O'Connell, D.: J. Fac. Radiologists 6:214 (Jan.) 1955.
2. Marks, J.H.: New England J. Med. 250:999 (June 10) 1954.
'Thorazine' is available in ampuls, tablets and syrup (as the hydrochloride), and in suppositories (as the base).
Smith, Kline & French Laboratories, Philadelphia       *T.M. Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. for chlorpromazine, S.K.F.