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The reduction of pain by two antidepressants, clomipramine and mianserin, was, in this study on 253 patients with chronic idiopathic pain syndrome, found to be not better than a placebo when all patients were compared independently of the classification of pain. The improvement rate was around 40% after 6 weeks of treatment when using a 50% or better(More)
A total of 151 outpatients with endogenous or mixed endogenous and reactive depression were included in a 6-week double-blind study, with extension for up to 1 year, in psychiatric practice. The results showed trends in efficacy variables and a statistically significant difference in a benefit-risk ratio in favour of paroxetine (Seroxat, Paxil) compared(More)
The basic principles of the rating scale procedure have been outlined, including the Likert scale, the Guilford criteria for item definitions, and the Guttman and Rasch criteria for item combinations. With these criteria, headache rates among the core symptoms of anxiety and depression. Next, we have discussed one of the prevailing scales for headache, the(More)
The effect of imipramine plus mianserin and imipramine plus a placebo was compared in 40 depressed patients with a median age of 60 years. The imipramine dosage was flexible to give a plasma concentration around 200 nmol/l and mianserin was given at a fixed dosage of 30 mg daily. After six weeks of treatment the results showed that the scores on the(More)
Imipramine binding to platelet membranes from depressed patients was analyzed. The patients were divided into two groups: one with depression alone, another with depression and psychogenic pain. The depressed patients with psychogenic pain had lower imipramine binding than the depressed patients without pain.
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