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Antipsychotika

  • O. Benkert
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Antipsychotika sind eine chemisch heterogene Gruppe von Pharmaka mit antipsychotischem Wirksamkeitsschwerpunkt und unterschiedlichem NW-Profil. Der häufig synonym verwendete Begriff »Neuroleptikum« wird international weitgehend durch den Begriff Antipsychotikum ersetzt.

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