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Chlorpromazine equivalents: a consensus of opinion for both clinical and research applications

  • Maria Atkins (a1), Adrian Burgess (a2), Clare Bottomley (a3) and Massimo Riccio (a4)
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A consensus of available information is used to produce a working table of conversion for the most commonly used drugs to chlorpromazine equivalents. A user-friendly computer program has also been developed from this information. The use of the concept In the clinical setting and for research purposes is briefly discussed.

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Chlorpromazine equivalents: a consensus of opinion for both clinical and research applications

  • Maria Atkins (a1), Adrian Burgess (a2), Clare Bottomley (a3) and Massimo Riccio (a4)
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