Tardive dyskinesia and new antipsychotics

@article{Correll2008TardiveDA,
  title={Tardive dyskinesia and new antipsychotics},
  author={Christoph U. Correll and Eva M Schenk},
  journal={Current Opinion in Psychiatry},
  year={2008},
  volume={21},
  pages={151–156}
}
Purpose of review To provide an update on tardive dyskinesia rates in patients treated with first-generation or second-generation antipsychotics in studies published since the last systematic review in 2004. Recent findings Across 12 trials (n = 28 051, age 39.7 years, 59.7% male, 70.9% white, followed for 463 925 person-years), the annualized tardive dyskinesia incidence was 3.9% for second-generation antipsychotics and 5.5% for first-generation antipsychotics. Stratified by age, annual… Expand
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