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Inpatient and outpatient patterns of psychotropic drug prescribing by nonpsychiatrist physicians

The American Journal of Psychiatry

Dec 1, 1975

D RaftB F Lewis

PMID: 915

Abstract

The authors found that among 228 general hospital patients, minor tranquilizers were prescribed most often and with the least justification and that major tranquilizers were prescribed sparingly and by and large judiciously. Antidepressants were given less often than would be justified ...read more

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Hospitals, General
Inpatient
Major Affective Disorder 2
Antidepressive Agents
Outpatient Clinics, Hospital
Outpatients
Drug Prescriptions
Psychotropic Drugs
Autonomic Nervous System
Antidepressant Measurement
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Inpatient and outpatient patterns of psychotropic drug prescribing by nonpsychiatrist physicians

The American Journal of Psychiatry

Dec 1, 1975

D RaftB F Lewis

PMID: 915

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Abstract

The authors found that among 228 general hospital patients, minor tranquilizers were prescribed most often and with the least justification and that major tranquilizers were prescribed sparingly and by and large judiciously. Antidepressants were given less often than would be justified ...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Hospitals, General
Inpatient
Major Affective Disorder 2
Antidepressive Agents
Outpatient Clinics, Hospital
Outpatients
Drug Prescriptions
Psychotropic Drugs
Autonomic Nervous System
Antidepressant Measurement
Paper Details
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