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Drug therapy in schizophrenia. A controlled study of the relative effectiveness of chlorpromazine, promazine, phenobarbital, and placebo.
TLDR
Difficulties, anticipated in establishing a commonly understood research protocol and obtaining evaluations of treatment sufficiently similar to permit pooling of the data, did not prove to be insurmountable and two trends were already evident in regard to tranquilizing drugs. Expand
RECOMMENDATIONS for reporting studies of psychiatric drugs.
Isoniazid in treatment of the chronic schizophrenic patient.
TLDR
Psychological studies confirmed the clinical impres¬ sion of residual organic cerebral damage suggestive of a Korsakoff psychosis and isolated psychotic reactions from isoniazid and iproniazid have been reported. Expand
THE CONSTELLATION OF DEPRESSION: ITS TREATMENT WITH NORTRIPTYLINE. I: CRITERIA FOR TRUE ANTIDEPRESSANT ACTIVITY
  • I. F. Bennett
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • The Journal of nervous and mental disease
  • 1 June 1962
Misuse of Propoxyphene
TLDR
Findings are based on reports from medical examiners and coroners in eighteen sites serving a population base of over 52 million people in the United States and Canada and involved an examination of the incidence of deaths involving the use of propoxyphene with tranquilizers and other central nervous system drugs, including alcohol. Expand
Response of blood eosinophiles and plasma 17-hydroxycorticoids to insulin shock therapy; correlation with clinical effects.
TLDR
The changes in the eosinophile count occurring throughout the course of insulin shock therapy are of considerable clinical interest because of the observations of Rud,3Altschule and associates. Expand
Stimulatory barbiturates in psychiatry: compound 31777.
Relationship of blood glucose to changes in insulin sensitivity during insulin shock therapy.
TLDR
Data is published suggesting that repeated insulin shock is associated with decreased basal function and that the central nervous system is "sensitized" with development of stupor or coma at greater blood glucose concentrations. Expand
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