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Distonía inducida por neurolépticos: incidencia y factores de riesgo

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  12 May 2020

Massimo Ballerini
Affiliation:
Departamento de Salud Mental, Universidad de Florencia, Florencia, Italia
Simona Bellini
Affiliation:
Unidad Psiquiátrica, Departamento de Ciencias Neurológicas y Psiquiátricas, Universidad de Florencia, Policlinico de Careggi, Vía G. di Vittorio, 25,50015Grassina Florencia, Italia
Carlo Niccolai
Affiliation:
Salud Mental Turín, Turín, Italia
Valentina Pieroni
Affiliation:
Unidad Psiquiátrica, Departamento de Ciencias Neurológicas y Psiquiátricas, Universidad de Florencia, Policlinico de Careggi, Vía G. di Vittorio, 25,50015Grassina Florencia, Italia
Maurizio Ferrara
Affiliation:
Unidad Psiquiátrica, Departamento de Ciencias Neurológicas y Psiquiátricas, Universidad de Florencia, Policlinico de Careggi, Vía G. di Vittorio, 25,50015Grassina Florencia, Italia
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Resumen

Evaluación retrospectiva de los pacientes admitidos consecutivamente en las unidades psiquiátricas de dos hospitales generales en Florencia para evaluar la tasa y los factores de riesgo de la distonía inducida por neurolépticos (DIN). Se incluyó a 159 pacientes a partir de 2.354 historias clínicas revisadas. La incidencia de DIN fue 15,7%. Análisis multivariables revelaron que tanto la edad como la velocidad de neuroleptización (VN) -una nueva variable- estaban relacionadas con la presencia de la distonía.

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Copyright © European Psychiatric Association 2003

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