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Bland P. Long-term anticholinergic use associated with raised risk of dementia in older people.Practitioner 2015; 259 (1780):7

Long-term anticholinergic use associated with raised risk of dementia

23 Mar 2015Pais-up subscribers

Elderly patients who take anticholinergic drugs for prolonged periods have an increased risk of developing dementia, an American study has found.

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