Onset of action of escitalopram compared with other antidepressants: results of a pooled analysis.

Abstract

In general, antidepressant drugs are regarded as too slow acting. Most patients who benefit from treatment require more than 2 weeks of therapy to respond to treatment. An efficacious and well-tolerated antidepressant drug with an earlier onset of effect would be of greater interest to clinicians and patients. To study the onset of effect of escitalopram, a… (More)

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