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Single Versus Repeated Dosage of the Minor Tranquilizer Chlordiazepoxide (Librium)
RICHARD I. SHADER; ALBERTO DIMASCIO; JEROLD S. HARMATZ
Am J Psychiatry 1972;128:1576-1577.
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Director and Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Psychopharmacology Research Laboratory, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts Mental Health Center, 74 Fenwood Rd., Boston, Mass. 02115

Director of Psychopharmacology, Massachusetts Department of Mental Health, and Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Tufts Medical School, Medford, Mass.

Research Psychologist, Psychopharmacology Research Laboratory, Harvard Medical School and Massachusetts Mental Health Center, 74 Fenwood Rd., Boston, Mass. 02115

1972, American Psychiatric Association

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The authors studied the effects of single and repeated doses of medication on the same individuals. They compared the direction of change found after an individual had taken a single dose of medication with that found after he had taken the same drug for one week. When chlordiazepoxide was administered, the direction of change noted after the single dose was indicative of that noted after repeated doses.

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