The aggressive, acutely psychotic patient may present in many medical settings. Drugs are usually necessary to avert or abort a crisis yet specific guidance on such management is lacking from standard psychiatric texts. Consultant psychiatrists have a crucial advisory role in these situations but information on their prescribing habits has not been published. This study aims to determine whether there is any consensus on the drug management of the aggressive, acutely psychotic patient by consultant psychiatrists.
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