The most common treatment-emergent adverse events associated with oral olanzapine (vs placebo) in clinical trials of adolescents (13-17 years old) were sedation (44% vs 9%), weight increased (30% vs 6%), increased appetite (24% vs 6%), headache (17% vs 12%), fatigue (9% vs 4%), liver enzymes increased (8% vs 1%), dizziness (7% vs 2%), dry mouth (6% vs 0%), pain in extremity (5% vs 1%).
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Zyprexa® (olanzapine, Lilly)
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