Predicting 1-year risk for relapse in patients who have discontinued or continued quetiapine after remission from first-episode psychosis.

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OBJECTIVE Relapse is common among patients with psychotic disorders. Identification of relapse predictors is important for decision regarding maintenance medication. Naturalistic studies often identify medication non-adherence as a dominant predictor. There are relatively few studies for predictors where adherence is already known. It is this situation i.e… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.schres.2013.08.010

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@article{Hui2013Predicting1R, title={Predicting 1-year risk for relapse in patients who have discontinued or continued quetiapine after remission from first-episode psychosis.}, author={Christy Lai-Ming Hui and Gloria H-Y Wong and Jennifer Yee Man Tang and Wing Chung Chang and Sherry K-W Chan and Edwin Ho Ming Lee and May M-L Lam and Cindy P-Y Chiu and Chi Wing Law and Dicky W. S. Chung and Steve Tso and Edwin Pui-Fai Pang and K T Chan and Y. C. Wong and Flora Y M Mo and Kathy P M Chan and Se Fong Hung and William Honer and Eric Chen}, journal={Schizophrenia research}, year={2013}, volume={150 1}, pages={297-302} }