Acute antipsychotic-induced akathisia revisited


    loading  Checking for direct PDF access through Ovid

Abstract

SummaryAkathisia remains one of the most prevalent and distressful antipsychotic-induced adverse events. Effective and well-tolerated treatment is a major unmet need in akathisia that merits a search for new remedies. Accumulating evidence indicates that agents with marked serotonin-2A receptor antagonism may represent a new class of potential anti-akathisia treatment.

    loading  Loading Related Articles