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Therapeutic Retrospect

  • Harrington Sainsbury

Action of Peronin (Dr. Meltzer, Therap. Monatsh., June, 1898).—The writer points out the importance, especially in asylum practice and in mental treatment generally, of having many strings to one's bow. We possess, it is true, many hypnotics and narcotics, but habituation, idiosyncrasy, the presence of complications of the disease, and secondary effects of the drug will often exhaust the list of available soporifics, the symptom insomnia still persisting.

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The British Journal of Psychiatry
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Therapeutic Retrospect

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