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Poisoning by fruits similar to blackberries

...ed in the hospital, and recovered after one day of benzodiazepine treatment. In order to evaluate the consequences of C. myrtifolia poisoning, 83 cases of the literature were analyzed: the cases occurred in three countries (Spain, France and Morocco); the mean delay of the symptom development was 150 min; the neu...

New Sleep Medication not Effective for Treating Abuse or Cognitive Impairment

...ost commonly used to treat the condition (known as benzodiazepine receptor agonists) have a number of problematic si...lls among older adults. In addition, those who use benzodiazepine receptor agonists long-term may experience withdrawal symptoms—including anxiety, irritability and e...

Hip Fractures Not Caused By Benzodiazepine

...licy was implemented in New York in 1989 requiring benzodiazepine prescribing on triplicate forms. Since then, all p...y resulted in an immediate 60 percent reduction in benzodiazepine use among women and 58 percent among men. The neighboring demographically similar state New Jersey d...

Electronic Health Records Shows No Improvement in Quality of Outpatient Care

...patients. In two quality areas - not prescribing benzodiazepine tranquilizers for patients with depression, and avoiding routine urinalysis during general medical exams - doctors using electronic record systems fared better than those who didn't. But when it came to prescribing statins for patients with high chol...

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