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THE USE OF CHLORPROMAZINE HYDROCHLORIDE IN THE TREATMENT OF BARBITURATE ADDICTION WITH ACUTE WITHDRAWAL SYNDROME
WILLIAM BROOKS; LAWRENCE DEUTSCH; ROBERT DICKES
Am J Psychiatry 1955;111:696-698.
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Intern, Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Resident in Psychiatry, Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.

Associate Professor of Psychiatry, State University of New York, College of Medicine at New York City, and Kings County Hospital, Brooklyn, N. Y.

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A patient with barbiturate addiction and the acute withdrawal syndrome was treated successfully with Thorazine. We feel this drug warrants further clinical investigation in the treatment of drug addiction.

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