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Arzneimittelforschung. 1977;27(11):2177-8.

Camazepam versus placebo. A double-blind clinical study on geriatric patients suffering from psychic complaints. Short Communication.

Abstract

Camazepam, a dimethylcarbamic derivative of benzodiazepines, was studied on forty geriatric in-patients suffering from psychic disorders concerning anxiety and depression. Patients were treated with placebo and 30 mg of camazepam per day for 20 days using the double-blind method. The patients were assessed using a simplified rating scale with target symptoms of anxiety and depression. Statistical evaluation was performed with general Student's t-test for paired samples and chi2 test. Both groups of patients improved with camazepam and placebo. Camazepam 30 mg per day was more effective than placebo to a statistically significant degree.

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23793
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