Adverse Drug Reaction Classification System

Pharmaceutical Information
Drug Name Paroxetine
Drug ID BADD_D01679
Description Paroxetine is a selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) drug commonly known as Paxil. It has a variety of uses, including the treatment of anxiety disorders, major depression, posttraumatic stress disorder, and symptoms of menopause, among others.[T653] It was approved by the FDA in the early 1990s and marketed by SmithKline Beecham.[L7712,L7715] A unique feature of this drug is that it is highly potent and selective in its inhibition of serotonin reuptake and has little effect on other neurotransmitters.[A31914] Because of its potent inhibition of serotonin reuptake, paroxetine is more likely to cause withdrawal effects upon cessation. Paroxetine is well tolerated in most patients with a similar adverse effect profile to other members of its drug class.[A31914] The controlled release formulation was designed to decrease the likelihood of nausea that is sometimes associated with paroxetine.[L7700,L7742]
Indications and Usage Labeled indications include: major depressive disorder (MDD), panic disorder with or without agoraphobia, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD), social anxiety disorder (social phobia), generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and premenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD). Unlabeled indications include: eating disorders, impulse control disorders, vasomotor symptoms of menopause, obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) in children, and mild dementia-associated agitation in nonpsychotic individuals. Brisdelle, which consists of paroxetine mesylate is indicated for the treatment of moderate to severe vasomotor symptoms (like hot flashes) associated with menopause.
Marketing Status Prescription; Discontinued
ATC Code N06AB05
DrugBank ID DB00715
KEGG ID D02362
MeSH ID D017374
PubChem ID 43815
TTD Drug ID D06GDY
NDC Product Code 53002-1174; 71209-095; 70518-0739; 71209-096; 50268-640; 68180-646; 70954-319; 69117-0027; 58118-0183; 69117-0026; 54766-907; 68382-001; 69367-337; 61919-512; 71335-0544; 61919-658; 70518-1721; 0574-0279; 68071-1594; 63187-564; 68180-647; 70518-1202; 13107-156; 13107-157; 68382-099; 68071-1746; 68180-645; 69367-335; 63629-1840; 0615-8173; 55289-972; 50268-643; 68788-6870; 43547-409; 68788-7410; 69367-336; 68071-4997; 50090-0848; 70518-0003; 71335-0321; 63187-190; 72241-030; 72241-031; 63739-963; 68382-097; 70518-2465; 0615-8174; 60760-501; 63629-3349; 60760-398; 68071-1740; 13107-155; 63187-105; 66267-721; 69117-0025; 63187-434; 71610-056; 13107-154; 61919-322; 71209-094; 43353-713; 70518-2574; 72241-029; 51655-356; 61919-596; 50090-2143; 63739-888; 69117-0024; 68382-098; 70518-3277; 50268-642; 0615-8359
Synonyms Paroxetine | Aropax | BRL-29060 | BRL 29060 | BRL29060 | FG-7051 | FG 7051 | FG7051 | Paroxetine Acetate | Seroxat | Paroxetine Hydrochloride Anhydrous | Paroxetine Maleate | Paroxetine, cis-(+)-Isomer | Paroxetine, cis-(-)-Isomer | Paroxetine, trans-(+)-Isomer | Paxil | Paroxetine Hydrochloride Hemihydrate | Paroxetine Hydrochloride, Hemihydrate | Paroxetine Hydrochloride
Chemical Information
Molecular Formula C19H20FNO3
CAS Registry Number 61869-08-7
SMILES C1CNCC(C1C2=CC=C(C=C2)F)COC3=CC4=C(C=C3)OCO4
Chemical Structure
ADR Related Proteins Induced by Drug
ADR Term Protein Name UniProt AC TTD Target ID PMID
Metabolic disorderActivity-regulated cytoskeleton-associated proteinQ9WV31Not Available14580947; 15838995; 15087240
Poisoning and toxicityCytochrome P450 2D6P10635T57392Not Available
ADRs Induced by Drug
ADR Term ADReCS ID ADR Frequency (FAERS) ADR Severity Grade (FAERS) ADR Severity Grade (CTCAE)
Abdominal discomfort07.01.06.001--Not Available
Abdominal distension07.01.04.0010.000467%
Abdominal pain07.01.05.002--
Abdominal pain upper07.01.05.003--
Abnormal dreams19.02.03.001; 17.15.02.001--Not Available
Abortion18.01.01.0010.000187%Not Available
Abscess11.01.08.001--Not Available
Accommodation disorder06.02.04.001--Not Available
Acne23.02.01.001--Not Available
Adrenergic syndrome17.05.01.015--Not Available
Ageusia07.14.03.003; 17.02.07.001--Not Available
Aggression19.05.01.0010.000654%Not Available
Agitation19.06.02.001; 17.02.05.012--
Agranulocytosis01.02.03.0010.000187%Not Available
Akathisia19.06.02.006; 17.01.02.0020.000374%
Akinesia17.01.02.0030.000187%Not Available
Alanine aminotransferase increased13.03.01.003--
Albuminuria20.02.01.001--Not Available
Alcohol abuse19.07.02.007--Not Available
Alopecia23.02.02.001--
Altered state of consciousness19.07.01.003; 17.02.04.0010.000561%Not Available
Alveolitis allergic22.01.01.002; 10.01.03.008--Not Available
Amblyopia06.02.01.0010.000187%Not Available
Amenorrhoea05.05.01.002; 21.01.02.001--
Amnesia19.20.01.001; 17.03.02.0010.000374%
Anaemia01.03.02.001--
Anal atresia07.13.05.001; 03.04.06.0010.000280%Not Available
Anaphylactic reaction10.01.07.001; 24.06.03.006--
Anaphylactic shock24.06.02.004; 10.01.07.002--Not Available
Anaphylactoid reaction24.06.03.007; 10.01.07.003--Not Available
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