Nicotinic acid as adjuvant therapy in newly admitted schizophrenic patients.

Abstract

A placebo-controlled, comparative clinical study was conducted to test the hypothesis that nicotinic acid as an adjuvant medication has a beneficial therapeutic effect over and above the effect which can be achieved by the administration of phenothiazine drugs alone, over a six-month period, in newly (recently) admitted schizophrenic patients.The most… (More)

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