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The use of psychotropic drugs in general practice. A report of a year's survey

The Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners

Oct 1, 1975

J M Wilks

PMID: 496

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All the psychotropic tablets prescribed by a general practitioner in one year are itemised. The patients who received them are separated into diagnostic groups and their treatment is analysed by the number of attendances, prescriptions, and duration of therapy. Hospital referrals and ov...read more

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Teens
Nervousness
Psychotropic Drugs
Schizophreniform Disorders
Thymoleptics
Barbiturates
Transient Insomnia
Antipsychotic Effect
Anti-Anxiety Effect
Depressive Symptoms
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The use of psychotropic drugs in general practice. A report of a year's survey

The Journal of the Royal College of General Practitioners

Oct 1, 1975

J M Wilks

PMID: 496

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All the psychotropic tablets prescribed by a general practitioner in one year are itemised. The patients who received them are separated into diagnostic groups and their treatment is analysed by the number of attendances, prescriptions, and duration of therapy. Hospital referrals and ov...read more

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Teens
Nervousness
Psychotropic Drugs
Schizophreniform Disorders
Thymoleptics
Barbiturates
Transient Insomnia
Antipsychotic Effect
Anti-Anxiety Effect
Depressive Symptoms
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