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A double blind study in out-patients with primary non-agitated depression treated with imipramine in combination with placebo, diazepam or dixyrazine.

Sixty-three out-patients suffering from primary non-agitated depression were included in a double-blind, between-patient randomized study. All patients were treated with imipramine (100-200 mg-day) combined with either placebo, diazepam (10 mg/day) or dixyrazine (50 mg/day) for 8 weeks. The clinical efficacy assessed with a subscale of CPRS was significantly (p1 less than or equal to 0.05) better for the imipramine-dixyrazine combination than for the imipramine-diazepam or imipramine-placebo combination. Serum concentration of imipramine was significantly higher (p1 less than or equal to 0.05) in the group treated with dixyrazine than in the other two groups. Further, serum concentration of imipramine in the diazepam group was significantly lower (p1 less than or equal to 0.05) than in the placebo group. At the end of the study, 67% in both the placebo and the diazepam group and 86% in the dixyrazine group were practically symptom-free.[1]


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