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Blood Sugar Levels in Patients Treated with Chlorpromazine
LUIS SCHWARZ; RODRIGO MUNOZ
Am J Psychiatry 1968;125:253-255.
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Assistant professor of psychiatry, Washington University School of Medicine, 1420 Grattan, St. Louis, Mo. 63104

Fellow in psychiatry, Washington University School of Medicine, 1420 Grattan, St. Louis, Mo. 63104

1968-69, American Psychiatric Association

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The authors studied 850 patients being treated with chlorpromazine for changes in blood sugar level. While the 22 diabetic patients in the sample did not show significant modifications in their blood sugar levels, five patients developed diabetes after drug treatment. However, the latter had characteristics resembling those of persons in the general population who are prone to develop the disease.

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