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Multi-step anxiolysis; preventing the benzodiazepine addiction and tachiphulaxis

  • At: Lisbon (Portugal) (2010)
  • Type: Poster
  • By: SER, Filip (City Departement for Skin and veneral Diseases, Belgrade, Yugoslavia)
  • Co-author(s): Djurovic, Dragan (Medicines and Medical Devices Agency of Serbia, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Gajdas, Mirjana (Pharmacy Belgrade, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Pavlovic, Tina (Pharmacy Belgrade, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Sarenac, Svetlana (Pharmacy Belgrade, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Stojsic, Radmila (Pharmacy Belgrade, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Celeketic, Zorana (Pharmacy Belgrade, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Ivanic, Vanja (Pharmacy Diafarm, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Petronijevic, Dragoslav (Pharmacy Belgrade, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Bakalovic, Irena (Pharmacy Diafarm, BELGRADE, Serbia)
    Plazinic, Olivera (Pharmacy Diafarm, BELGRADE, Serbia)
  • Abstract:

    .The standard recommendation for treating anxiety includes the concomitant use of benzodiazepine and a tricyclic antidepressant in a low-dosage. The therapeutic plan encourages the benzodiazepine dosage tapering and termination after few weeks, if possible, while continuing low-dosage antidepressant. Such strategy prevents long benzodiazepine


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