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Audit of antipsychotic and anticholinergic prescribing: Leeds CMHT 2000–1

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Barnes, T. R. (1990) Comment on the WHO consensus statement: prophylactic use of anticholinergics in patients on long-term neuroleptic treatment. British Journal of Psychiatry, 156, 412.
British National Formulary (2002) BNF 43, March. London: British Medical Association & Royal Pharmaceutical Society.
Royal College of Psychiatrists (1993) Consensus Statement on the Use of High Dose Antipsychotic Medication. Council Report CR26. London: Royal College of Psychiatrists.
World Health Organization (1990) Prophylactic Use of Anticholinergics in Patients on Long-term Neuroleptic Treatment. A Consensus Statement. Geneva: World Health Organization.
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Audit of antipsychotic and anticholinergic prescribing: Leeds CMHT 2000–1

  • Emma Whicher (a1) and Jane Riley (a1)
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