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PCC E-Lert/02.21.14
Table 3. Dose-Effect Correlation Calculations Based on Change in HDRS-17 Score
Efficacy and Safety of Low-Dose Doxepin in Depressed Patients Suffering From Insomnia: A Retrospective, Naturalistic Case Series Analysis
Marie Rosa Mews, CandMed; Felicitas Rombold, MSc; and Arnim Quante, MD
In this retrospective case-series, the files of 17 inpatients diagnosed with major depressive disorder and comorbid insomnia, who had received a course of off-label low-dose doxepin, were analyzed with regards to dose, efficacy and safety of treatment. The results of this case-series should aid as an indication and basis for further research in this area.
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