Silke Rothenhöfer

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The therapy of children and adolescents with psychotropic drugs differs from that of adults. Due to the differences in the pharmacokinetic behaviour of the drugs used that are dependent on a child's, respectively an adolescent's stage of development, the same dosages as recommended for adults cannot be used. Moreover, many of the drugs used have not been(More)
OBJECTIVES Given their special receptor profile, atypical antipsychotics are effective in the treatment of both positive and negative symptoms. Especially the serotonergic affinity suggests their potential utility for the treatment of depressive, anxious, and obsessive-compulsive symptoms as well. Reviewed here are the clinical experience with, studies of,(More)
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