Examples of TAP available in New Zealand are haloperidol, chlorpromazine and periciazine.
What does CPZ stand for?
CPZ stands for Chlorpromazine
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of CPZ
We have 8 other meanings of CPZ in our Acronym Attic
- Com Pac Yacht Owners Association
- Crystal Peaks Youth Ranch (horse rescue; Bend, OR)
- Choctawhatchee Pea and Yellow Rivers Watershed Management Authority
- Campbelltown Palmyra Youth Soccer Club (Palmyra, PA)
- Central Pennsylvania Youth Soccer League
- Centrestage Productions Youth Theatre (UK)
- Center for Parent Youth Understanding
- Casey Pierro-Zabotel (hockey player)
- Cell Phone Zombie (gaming)
- Chemical Plant Zone (Sonic 2 level)
- Compass Airlines
- Controlled Parking Zone
- Criminal Protection Zone
- Check Point Zone Labs (software; trademark of ZoneAlarm)
- Central Pennsylvania Zoological Society
- Air Post Parcel Post (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
- All stations (Logging abbreviation)
- Cadit Quaestio (Latin: the question falls)
- Call to Quarters
Samples in periodicals archive:
Vesicles chock-full of unnatural cargo--haloperidol, chlorpromazine, clozapine and risperidone--also float their contents into the space between nerve cells when a cell is excited, the team found.
amp; chlorpromazine against an aminoglycoside-resistant Escherichia coli.
I find that the administration of morphine, diamorphine and chlorpromazine by Dr Martin was not clinically justified and more than minimally or trivially contributed to and accelerated his death," Mr Tweddle said.
I find that the administration of morphine, diamorphine and chlorpromazine by Dr Martin to Mr Gittins was not justified and more than minimally or trivially contributed to and accelerated his death.
These institutions began to shrink in size after the mid-1950s for a complex set of reasons, including exposure of horrible conditions, the introduction of chlorpromazine (thorazine) and other antipsychotic medications, changes in state laws, and advocacy movements.
Psychiatry's takeover by drugs began in 1954 with the introduction of chlorpromazine (Thorazine).