PMID: 913856Jan 1, 1977

Temazepam (Euhypnos) as a hypnotic: a twelve-week trial in general practice

The Journal of International Medical Research
L K Fowler

Abstract

One hundred and forty-seven patients requiring a hypnotic, took soft gelatine capsules containing 10 mg temazepam (Euhypnos) 10-30 mg at night, for up to twelve weeks. One hundred and thirty-three patients (90-5%) completed twelve weeks on drug. Hypnotic performance was rated Good or Very Good in 90% of their assessments and 93-2% of the assessments recorded no hangover effect. Adverse reactions were occasional headaches and nausea. There were no drug-related accidents. One hundred and forty-two patients (96-6%) said there was no adverse effect on their work. Seven patients who did not complete twelve weeks resumed normal sleep patterns and had no further need for hypnotics.

References

Jan 1, 1977·The Journal of International Medical Research·L K Fowler

Citations

Aug 1, 1987·British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology·R B CharlesS P Parker
Jul 1, 1981·Pharmacotherapy·M M Mitler
Jan 1, 1979·The Journal of International Medical Research·H S Sussman
Jan 1, 1979·The Journal of International Medical Research·C A Moon, M Schiller

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