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Anomalous Cardiac Occurrences During Cardiazol Treatment of the Psychoses and Psychoneuroses

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  08 February 2018

Rankine Good*
Affiliation:
Glasgow Royal Mental Hospital

Extract

It is proposed, firstly, to summarize some anomalous cardiac occurrences observed and recorded by the writer in a series of seventy-five cases which underwent treatment with cardiazol for various types of mental illness in the mental observation wards of the Southern General Hospital during the period November 11, 1938, to April 30, 1939; secondly, to suggest an explanation for the occurrence of these anomalous cardiac occurrences, hereinafter referred to for the sake of brevity as abnormalities.

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Copyright © Royal College of Psychiatrists, 1940 

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