Tolerability of Remoxipride in the Long Term Treatment of Schizophrenia

@article{Holm1993TolerabilityOR,
  title={Tolerability of Remoxipride in the Long Term Treatment of Schizophrenia},
  author={A. Holm and I. Edsman and T. Lundberg and B. Odlind},
  journal={Drug Safety},
  year={1993},
  volume={8},
  pages={445-456}
}
Summary506 patients with schizophrenia, diagnosed according to Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-III) criteria, were included in a long term treatment programme with remoxipride, a selective dopamine (D2)-receptor antagonist. This overview includes pooled data from all patients who have been treated long term with remoxipride in clinical trials, focusing on patients treated for more than 6 months (n = 283).Remoxipride was administered in daily doses of 75 to 600mg. The… Expand
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