Experienced acetaldehyde reaction does not improve treatment response in outpatients treated with supervised disulfiram.


AIM The major mode of action of disulfiram is assumed to be a psychological deterrence of an acetaldehyde reaction after alcohol consumption. However, it is still unclear whether patients need to experience an acetaldehyde reaction with the help of a "test drink" at the beginning of the therapy to achieve a better efficacy. Therefore, in this study, we test… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/WNF.0b013e3182216fd5


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