In a study of 720 consecutive hospital admissions in a specific catchment area from 1991 to 2005, researchers found that there was no difference in terms of re-admission for patients discharged with second-generation antipsychotics vs. first-generation. Results will appear in International Clinical Psychopharmacology.
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