Psychotic patients who prove unresponsive or inadequately responsive to neuroleptics often remain significantly impaired after standard treatment and require extended institutional support. However, such support is currently in such short supply that it is often unavailable as is evident from the large numbers of homeless psychiatric patients now living in our cities. The Neuroleptic Nonresponsive Patient; Characterization and Treatment assists clinicians who treat such neuroleptic-refractory patients. Clinical researchers ...

The Neuroleptic-Nonresponsive Patient: Characterization and Treatment 1990, American Psychiatric Publishing, Washington, DC

ISBN-13: 9780880484619

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