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Adding atypical antipsychotic improves depression scores by 45%, says NHS analysis


The triple therapy cocktail has been used by psychiatrists in cases of severe depression for some time e.g. SNRI( Venlafaxine or Duloxetine) + Mirtazepine+ Quetiapine /Olanzapine . Weight gain is an issue with atypical antipsychotics and hence secondary diabetes.

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04 Dec 2013

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