Abhängigkeit von „Non- Benzodiazepinhypnotika”Zwei Fallberichte

@article{Strhle1999AbhngigkeitV,
  title={Abh{\"a}ngigkeit von „Non- Benzodiazepinhypnotika”Zwei Fallberichte},
  author={Andreas Str{\"o}hle and Irina A. Antonijevic and Arthur Steiger and Axel Sonntag},
  journal={Der Nervenarzt},
  year={1999},
  volume={70},
  pages={72-75}
}
ZusammenfassungMit der Einführung der „Non-Benzodiazepinhypnotika” Zolpidem und Zopiclon war die Hoffnung verbunden, Hypnotika ohne benzodiazepintypische Nebenwirkungen und Gefahren zur Verfügung zu haben. Wir stellen 2 Kasuistiken mit hochdosierter Einnahme von und Abhängigkeitsentwicklung unter „Non-Benzodiazepinhypnotika” vor. Bei beiden Patienten begann die Substanzeinnahme aufgrund von Schlafstörungen i.R. eines depressiven Syndroms. Während bei dem einen Patient eine Polytoxikomanie… Expand
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