Acute treatment of mania in children and adolescents

Current Opinion in Psychiatry, 05/30/2012

First–line treatment for mania in children and adolescents is a second–generation antipsychotic, with combination therapies offering no clear advantage. Gaps in the authors' knowledge remain about expected time to recovery, and when to augment or change treatment when there is lack of effect.

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