Quetiapine or Generic Seroquel can be used to treat various disorders which are related to the general behavior of the brain. It can be used to treat various disorders like schizophrenia, bipolar disorder and is also effective towards reducing the stress level of the individual’s brain. The sales of this drug are found to be remarkable in specific countries like United States. The annual sale of Generic Seroquel around the world is estimated to be about $5.7 billion which includes $2.9 billion in the United States. The U.S patent of this drug was supposed to be expired by 2011 but was extended to 2012 due to various reasons. The Quetiapine fumarate is an antipsychotic whose patent in Canada expired by the year 2012. Generic Seroquel drug was developed as an upgrade to the first generation antipsychotics. The FDA approved this drug by the year of 1997. There were many other versions of Generic Seroquel like the Quepin, syquel, and ketipinor which was developed in the later stages.
Various lawsuits were passed in the U.S against the violent marketing through off-label sales of the drug. They were fined an amount of $520 million. Many doctors were asked to analyze the usage of this drug and this can be used to detect whether there is any kind of illegal usage of this drug. This was done by the U.S Department of justice in accordance to the law suits which are mentioned above. There were other law suits which were passed which were concerned with the side effects which were associated with the usage of this drug. Generic Seroquel drug is found to be effective in elimination of the bipolar disorder. It has few numbers of side effects and the number of side effects varies depending on the dosage of the drug and the reaction with the occurrence of the disorder. Generic Seroquel drug is a psychotic drug and must be administrated with good care and the patient must be checked regularly. There are many problems which occur with the drug. There are many possibilities of complete recovery from bipolar disorder when consumed according to the prescribed dose.