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Rapid tranquillization is used in psychiatric hospitals and other settings as a way of dealing with patient violence


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ReferencesEdit

  • Alexander, J., Tharyan, P., Adams, C., John, T., Mol, C., & Philip, J. (2004). Rapid tranquillization of violent or agitated patients in a psychiatric emergency setting: Pragmatic randomised trial of intramuscular lorazepam v. haloperidol plus promethazine: British Journal of Psychiatry Vol 185(1) Jul 2004, 63-69.
  • Alexander, J., Tharyan, P., Adams, C., John, T., Mol, C., & Philip, J. (2005). "Drug combinations for rapid tranquillisation": Reply: British Journal of Psychiatry Vol 187(2) Aug 2005, 193.
  • Hyde, C. E., Harrower-Wilson, C., & Morris, J. (1998). Violence, dissatisfaction and rapid tranquillisation in psychiatric intensive care: Psychiatric Bulletin Vol 22(8) Aug 1998, 477-480.
  • Jhirwal, O. P., Kulhara, P., & Basu, D. (2005). Limitations of rapid tranquillisation trial: British Journal of Psychiatry Vol 187(2) Aug 2005, 193-194.
  • Ranjan, S., & Chandra, P. S. (2005). Drug combinations for rapid tranquillisation: British Journal of Psychiatry Vol 187(2) Aug 2005, 192-193.

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