More than Half of Alzheimer’s Patients Aged 90 or Older Have Used Psychotropic Drugs

More than Half of Alzheimer’s Patients Aged 90 or Older Have Used Psychotropic Drugs
A recent research study conducted at the University of Eastern Finland has found that psychotropic drug use is more common than previously thought among Alzheimer’s disease (AD) patients who were diagnosed at 90 years old or older, in comparison to those who were diagnosed at younger age. The study found that patients diagnosed in this

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