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The frequency and clinical characteristics of lithium- and neuroleptic-mediated neurotoxicity were determined in 10 elderly bipolar patients. When lithium was used alone and therapeutic serum lithium levels were achieved, neurotoxicity did not develop. However, when a neuroleptic was added, neurotoxicity developed in 60% (three of five) of patients and was… (More)
Lithium-neuroleptic combination treatment was studied retrospectively. Six of 22 manic patients who were administered the combination developed neurotoxicity. The dosage of neuroleptic administered, and not the serum lithium level or lithium dose, predicted which patients became neurotoxic.
Four mares fed a low fiber, high soluble carbohydrate diet were used in a crossover design to evaluate the effects of dietary sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3) supplementation during daily low-intensity submaximal working conditions. Mares were fed the diet at 1.7 times the maintenance energy requirement for mature horses at work. The horses tolerated the diet… (More)