PMID: 39900Aug 1, 1979

A double-blind study of melperone and placebo in hospitalized chronic alcoholics in postintoxication phase

International Journal of Clinical Pharmacology and Biopharmacy
C CarlssonE Christensson

Abstract

In a double-blind study in chronic alcoholics melperone (Buronil) was shown to significantly improve muscular and nervous tension, emotional lability, somatization, ability to sleep, anxiety, depression, paranoid ideation and presumed ability to work, but had no effect on alcoholic craving. The results received from three rating scales, and the theoretical aspects of alcoholism are discussed.

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