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Alastair J McKean, Jennifer L Vande Voort, J Michael Bostwick
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April 2016: Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology
Gollapudi Shankar, Carmen Nate
OBJECTIVE: This pilot, twelve-week, open-label study examined the effect of clozapine orally disintegrating tablet or ODT in patients with schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder utilizing Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS) as a long-term outcome measurement tool. METHODS: The final study sample consisted of nineteen subjects who were residents a long-term care psychiatric facility in Pomona, California. Subjects were using clozapine ODT (FazaClo®) at the most clinically effective dosage depending on their symptoms and at the discretion of the psychiatrist and psychopharm consultant...
January 2007: Pharmacy Practice
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August 2014: Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology
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March 2014: Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology
Hans-Christoph Steinhausen, Dorte Helenius
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March 2014: Journal of Child and Adolescent Psychopharmacology
Vishal Madaan, Yael Dvir, Daniel R Wilson
BACKGROUND: Childhood-onset schizophrenia is a serious, chronic and disabling illness that can significantly affect the quality of life of the affected individuals and their families. The affected children commonly show significant premorbid developmental impairment and social abnormalities that may provide an early clinical clue to pursue treatment. Until recent times, treatment approaches for childhood schizophrenia were derived from the adult population. However, given the unique developmental challenges in the pediatric population, this extrapolation may not hold true...
August 2008: Expert Opinion on Pharmacotherapy
Brenda M Elliott, Neil E Grunberg
Environmental enrichment affects performance of neurologically intact organisms and facilitates recovery of function following CNS injury. Only, a few recent studies have examined the extent to which physical versus social aspects of enriched environments separately contribute to superior performance [Pietropaolo S, Branchi I, Cirulli F, Chiarotti F, Aloe L, Alleva E. Long-term effects of the periadolescent environment on exploratory activity and aggressive behavior in mice: social vs. physical enrichment. Physiol Behav 2004;81:443-53; Schrijver NC, Bahr NI, Weiss IC, Wurbel H...
December 7, 2005: Behavioural Brain Research
L Franchini, C Spagnolo, D Rossini, E Smeraldi, L Bellodi, E Politi
Therapy decision is one of the most important tasks clinicians have to perform in their clinical practice. The decision process requires taking into account many different factors. The Authors have proposed a neural computing approach for supporting clinical decision analysis. The mathematical model of artificial neural network (ANN) has been applied on a pool of clinical information gathered through case description freely filled by senior psychiatrists into 416 clinical charts. Sertraline, as drug for treatment, has been chosen since its clinical uses range from treatment of depression to that of many other psychiatric clinical conditions so that it has been thought to be a good candidate to this type of study...
November 2001: Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
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