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Psychopharmacologic management of patients: a method for recording treatment decisions
Am J Psychiatry 1975;132:186-188.
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The authors describe a drug treatment form they designed, the KDS-8, that is suitable for use in all types of treatment settings. An important feature is a checklist of treatable target symptoms, with categories of improvement, no change, or worsening. Changes in drug regimen and the clinician's reasons for them are noted. Among the advantages the authors cite are easy retrievability of drug treatment data and the forms suitability for use in audit procedures and research.

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