Patient-rated versus clinician-rated side effects of drug treatment in schizophrenia. Clinical validation of a self-rating version of the UKU Side Effect Rating Scale (UKU-SERS-Pat).

@article{Lindstrm2001PatientratedVC,
  title={Patient-rated versus clinician-rated side effects of drug treatment in schizophrenia. Clinical validation of a self-rating version of the UKU Side Effect Rating Scale (UKU-SERS-Pat).},
  author={Eva Lindstr{\"o}m and Tommy Lewander and Ulf Malm and Ulrik F. Malt and Henrik Lublin and U. G. Ahlfors},
  journal={Nordic journal of psychiatry},
  year={2001},
  volume={55 Suppl 44},
  pages={
          5-69
        }
}
A self-rating version of the UKU Side Effect Rating Scale has been developed. The present study examines the agreement between patients' self-assessment of side effects and the attending clinicians' ratings. The patient sample consisted of 63 patients with schizophrenia under maintenance treatment with risperidone, clozapine or classical antipsychotics. Approximately two thirds of the patients used concomitant medication with e.g. benzodiazepines, SSRIs, anticholinergics. Most inter… CONTINUE READING

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