Andrzej Jus

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A 4 year trial to treat tardive dyskinesia by a very slow progressive stepwise diminution of the neuroleptic dose and of antiparkinsonian agents as well as by administration of small, slowly increasing and then decreasing doses of reserpine or haloperidol was conducted on 62 chronic schizophrenic patients. This treatment program caused disappearance of(More)
In the part II of an epidemiological study on tardive dyskinesia performed on the same sample of 332 chronic schizophrenic patients (142 males and 190 females), the authors come to the conclusion that the prevalence of tardive dyskinesia is significantly higher if the mean age was higher at the beginning of treatment with sedative or incisive neuroleptics,(More)
A comparison was made between the polygraphic night-sleep pattern of chronic schizophrenic patients who were receiving a single dose of neuroleptics at bedtime and between the night-sleep pattern of the same patients receiving the same amount of the same neuroleptic divided into 3-4 doses during daytime. It was shown that the single bedtime dose provoked a(More)
This study was performed on two groups of schizophrenic patients. One group consisted on nine nonlobotomized patients and the other of nine lobotomized ones. The groups were matched for age, sex, duration of illness, clinical symptoms, type and dose of psychopharmacological treatment. The patients of both groups were administered 1 mg of reserpine half an(More)
A double-blind crossover study on the effects of deanol and lithium carbonate was conducted on a sample of 29 chronic schizophrenic patients with tardive dyskinesia. In addition to his usual treatment with different neuroleptics, each patient received during an 8-week period either deanol, lithium carbonate or placebo. A 4-week wash-out period was inserted(More)
Of 23 hospitalized chronic schizophrenic patients, all under neuroleptic medication, hypnotics taken previously for a long time could be totally withdrawn in 16 cases, and in 7 cases, the dosage was diminished by 30%, without any sleep impairment. The gradual reduction of hypnotics was accompanied by a shift of neuroleptic dosage to the evening and bedtime,(More)