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A NOTE ON APOMORPHINE AS A SEDATIVE
FRED FELDMAN; SAMUEL SUSSELMAN; S. EUGENE BARRERA
Am J Psychiatry 1945;102:403-405.
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The Dept of Neurology and Psychiatry, Albany Medical College and the Albany Hospital, Albany, New York.

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This note stresses the value of apomorphine as a sedative in the agitation and excitement accompanying certain psychiatric illnesses. The dosages, indications, contraindications and complications are discussed.

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