Effects of Hypnotics on Anxious Patients

Ann Malpas, D. F. Scott, N. J. Legg
1974 British Journal of Psychiatry  
too conservative a view has been taken of the benefits achieved. What emerges is a careful statement of the debits and credits in relation to the national exche quer, taking into account hospital and social security costs and tax, insurance and pension contributions. I . Long-acting intramuscular antipsychotic mcdi cation. 2. Subnormality of intellect in child or adult. Respiratory tract infection.
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