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Bland P. Antipsychotics still prescribed inappropriately in primary care. Practitioner 2015; 259 (1779): 5

Antipsychotics still prescribed inappropriately in primary care

23 Feb 2015Registered users

Less than half the patients prescribed antipsychotics have a diagnosis of severe mental illness, a UK primary care study has found. For patients without severe mental illness, the most commonly recorded mental health diagnoses were anxiety, depression, dementia, sleep disorder and personality disorder. Around 1 in 10 patients had no recorded mental health diagnosis.

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