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Table 66Study information table of included systematic reviews of pregabalin

StudyFocus of reviewMethod of synthesisInclusion criteriaResults
Baldwin & Ajel, 2007PregabalinNarrativeEfficacy and tolerability of pregabalin for GAD
Mostly reviewed benefits and side effects reported in RCTs
Pregabalin is better tolerated than venlafaxine, alprazolam and lorazepam in the short term
Kavoussi, 2006PregabalinNarrativeEfficacy and tolerability of pregabalin for GAD
Mostly reviewed benefits and side effects reported in RCTs
Dizziness and somnolence reported in association with pregabalin
Tassone et al., 2007PregabalinNarrativeEfficacy and tolerability of pregabalin
Mostly reviewed benefits and side effects reported in RCTs
Most common side effects were headache, dizziness, somnolence

From: 8, PHARMACOLOGICAL AND PHYSICAL INTERVENTIONS

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