Switching to duloxetine remits ziprasidone - associated urinary incontinence and improves neuropsychiatric behavior in dementia: possible relationship of incontinence to 5HT2 receptor blockade.

@article{Lauterbach2009SwitchingTD,
  title={Switching to duloxetine remits ziprasidone - associated urinary incontinence and improves neuropsychiatric behavior in dementia: possible relationship of incontinence to 5HT2 receptor blockade.},
  author={Edward C. Lauterbach and Florence T Baralatei},
  journal={Psychopharmacology bulletin},
  year={2009},
  volume={42 3},
  pages={99-105}
}
OBJECTIVES Urinary incontinence arising in dementia lowers patient quality of life, predicts caregiver burden and nursing home placement, and predisposes to adding additional medicines that can further impair cognition, behavior, and function. An understanding of incontinence pharmacology can help the clinician predict and manage this adverse event in… CONTINUE READING