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Prescription practices in the treatment of agitation in newly hospitalized Chinese schizophrenia patients: data from a non-interventional naturalistic study

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Title
Prescription practices in the treatment of agitation in newly hospitalized Chinese schizophrenia patients: data from a non-interventional naturalistic study
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BMC Psychiatry, July 2019
DOI 10.1186/s12888-019-2192-6
Authors

Su-Zhen Zhang, Yong-Gang Mu, Qi Liu, Ying Shi, Li-Hua Guo, Ling-Zhi Li, Fu-De Yang, Yong Wang, Tao Li, Qi-Yi Mei, Hong-Bo He, Zhi-Yu Chen, Zhong-Hua Su, Tie-Bang Liu, Shi-Ping Xie, Qing-Rong Tan, Jin-Bei Zhang, Cong-Pei Zhang, Hong Sang, Wei-Feng Mi, Hong-Yan Zhang

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