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Top results for baclofen
2. A Systematic Review of the Effectiveness of Oral Baclofen in the Management of Hiccups in Adult Palliative Care Patients. (Abstract)
3. Baclofen (Baclocur) and alcohol dependence. At moderate doses, a modest aid in controlling alcohol consumption
2019 JAMA PubMed abstract
AIM: To clarify the clinical relevance of the effect of baclofen on alcohol use in patients with a disorder in the use of alcohol, in the light of the positive and the negative meta-analysis.
METHOD: A systematic literature search using Medline, Embase and PsycINFO (Prisma guideline).
RESULTS: We found 16 randomized controlled trials in which the effect of baclofen was studied. Seven of them showed a significant positive effect of baclofen on (one or more