An antipsychotic drug used as a sedative and in the treatment of schizophrenia.(noun)
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Use "clozapine" in a sentence
"I went back to the Grove, where the doctor suggested I take a new drug called clozapine."
"He then returned to Anselm ward at St. Martin’s, where he was supposedly taking a newly prescribed anti-psychotic called clozapine, which seemed to have a positive impact."
"Only one antipsychotic—clozapine, available as a generic drug—has been shown in clinical trials to be effective for Parkinson's psychosis symptoms, but Dr. Weintraub and his colleagues found that only 2% of patients were being prescribed this medication."