Combining antipsychotics; is this strategy useful?

Abstract

Antipsychotic drugs are commonly combined in psychiatric practice in an attempt to treat schizophrenia. Such practice is widespread, despite the lack of explicit endorsement by many of the main regulatory bodies. There are varying rationales behind combining these potent drugs-either to augment the effect of a drug whose action alone is inadequate for… (More)

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