PMID: 40371Jan 1, 1979

Changes in the clinical picture and course of psychoses as a result of massive psychopharmacotherapy and their role in improving treatment services

Zhurnal nevropatologii i psikhiatrii imeni S.S. Korsakova
G Ia Avrutskiĭ

Abstract

An analysis of certain regularities in drug pathomorphosis of psychoses in the form of transitions from psychotical states to pseudoneurotic showed a slowing in their progression, changes in the syndrome structure, an increase in the amount of incomplete or reduced conditions. This circumstance prompted reconsideration of some routine therapeutic approaches. The main recommendations include restriction of neuroleptics, expansion of the diagnosis of depressions, the use of methods of intensive psychopharmacology in combination with active rehabilitation, as well as introduction of new forms of organizational aid.

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