A three-year follow-up study of patients with the respiratory subtype of panic disorder after treatment with clonazepam.

@article{Nardi2005ATF,
  title={A three-year follow-up study of patients with the respiratory subtype of panic disorder after treatment with clonazepam.},
  author={Antonio Egidio Nardi and Alexandre Martins Valença and Isabella Nascimento and Fabiana Le{\~a}o Lopes and Marco Andr{\'e} Urbach Mezzasalma and Rafael Christophe Freire and Andr{\'e} Barciela Veras and Walter Ara{\'u}jo Zin and M{\'a}rcio C Versiani},
  journal={Psychiatry research},
  year={2005},
  volume={137 1-2},
  pages={61-70}
}
The demographic, clinical and therapeutic features of the respiratory subtype of panic disorder (PD) versus the non-respiratory subtype were studied in a prospective design. Sixty-seven PD outpatients (DSM-IV), who had previously been categorized into respiratory (n=35) and non-respiratory (n=32) subgroups, were openly treated with clonazepam for a 3-year period. The principal measure of efficacy was the number of panic attacks, obtained from the Sheehan Panic and Anticipatory Anxiety Scale. In… CONTINUE READING

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