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The Most Common Drug Interactions Associated With the Serotonin Syndrome in 38 Patients in 12 Reports Reference

@inproceedings{Harvey2005TheMC,
  title={The Most Common Drug Interactions Associated With the Serotonin Syndrome in 38 Patients in 12 Reports Reference},
  author={Harvey and Sternbach},
  year={2005}
}
  • Harvey, Sternbach
  • Published 2005
  • Objective and Method: A review of the literature on the serotonin syndrome in animals and human beings was conducted, and I 2 reports of 3 8 cases in human patients were then analyzed to determine the most frequently reported clinical features and drug interactions, as well as the incidence, treatment, and outcome of this syndrome. Findings: The serotonin syndrome is most commonly the result of the interaction between serotonergic agents and monoamine oxidase inhibitors. The most frequent… CONTINUE READING

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