Lorazepam—Efficacy, side effects, and rebound phenomena

@article{Scharf1982LorazepamEfficacySE,
  title={Lorazepam—Efficacy, side effects, and rebound phenomena},
  author={M. Scharf and J. Jacoby},
  journal={Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics},
  year={1982},
  volume={31}
}
Lorazepam, 4 mg, was evaluated in an 18‐night sleep‐laboratory study involving five insomniac subjects. Hypnotic effectiveness and effects on sleep stages and related parameters were assessed. Placebo was given on baseline nights 1 to 4, lorazepam on nights 5 to 11, and placebo was given again on withdrawal nights 12 to 18. Subjective and objective data clearly demonstrated that lorazepam was effective for both inducing and maintaining sleep. Sleep latency was reduced from a baseline value of… Expand
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