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at peak publicity Seroxat declined @ 2% month others up 1% monthly

October 30 2009 at 9:33 AM
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Response to Did intense adverse media publicity impact on prescribing of paroxetine

 


 


 

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From a steady state in 2001, paroxetine prescribing declined sharply from April 2002, coinciding with a USA regulatory action; the subsequent decline in paroxetine prescribing was 1.87% per month (95% confidence interval â' 2.06, â'1.68). Other SSRI prescribing increased by 1% per month until a major UK review of SSRIs in children in December 2003, after which prescribing plateaued. Media publicity was associated with short-term peaks in yellow-card reports related to paroxetine.

http://www3.interscience.wiley.com/journal/118552517/abstract?CRETRY=1&SRETRY=0

 

 


 
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  1. The Decline of use of Paroxetine in England - by Dr Healy & Graham Aldred - Anonymous on Oct 30, 11:14 AM
    1. so who is Graham Aldred & where is he comming from? - Anonymous on Oct 30, 11:16 AM
     


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