Sertraline treatment of panic disorder: response in patients at risk for poor outcome.
- Published Article
The Journal of clinical psychiatry
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 2000
Treatment of panic disorder with sertraline was generally effective, even in the presence of baseline clinical variables that have been associated with poor treatment response. The main limitations of the analysis were the reliance on pooled data from 4 studies (even if the designs were similar) and our inability to examine the impact of depression and personality disorders on response to treatment because of the exclusion criteria of the clinical trials.
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