Serum prolactin levels following intramuscular chlorpromazine: Two- and three-hour response as predictors of six-hour response

@article{Busch1979SerumPL,
  title={Serum prolactin levels following intramuscular chlorpromazine: Two- and three-hour response as predictors of six-hour response},
  author={D. Busch and V. Fang and H. Meltzer},
  journal={Psychiatry Research},
  year={1979},
  volume={1},
  pages={153-159}
}
  • D. Busch, V. Fang, H. Meltzer
  • Published 1979
  • Medicine
  • Psychiatry Research
  • Neuroendocrine studies that examine the changes in serum prolactin levels following intramuscular (im) neuroleptics have usually monitored prolactin levels before and for 90 minutes to 3 hours after neuroleptic injection. Recent studies have suggested that this may be an inadequate period of time. In the present study, six male and four female psychiatric inpatients, who had not received neuroleptic medication for at least 1 week before the study began, received an injection of chlorpromazine… CONTINUE READING

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