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2. Prior benzodiazepine use and buspirone response in the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder. (Abstract)

Prior benzodiazepine use and buspirone response in the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder. An earlier preliminary report suggested that prior treatment with benzodiazepines might predict a reduced response to buspirone in patients diagnosed with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). To confirm or refute this hypothesis, the present data analysis was conducted.One large data set (N = 735) of GAD patients (DSM-III) treated with buspirone, a benzodiazepine, and a placebo was analyzed (...) than in the remote and no prior BZ treatment groups with lack of efficacy given as the primary reason by patients receiving buspirone but not benzodiazepine or placebo. In the buspirone group, adverse events occurred more frequently in the recent BZ treatment group than in the remote BZ treatment and no prior BZ treatment groups. Finally, clinical improvement with buspirone was similar to benzodiazepine improvement in the no prior BZ treatment and remote BZ treatment groups, but less than

2000 Journal of Clinical Psychiatry

3. Meta-analysis of the safety and tolerability of two dose regimens of buspirone in patients with persistent anxiety. (Abstract)

Meta-analysis of the safety and tolerability of two dose regimens of buspirone in patients with persistent anxiety. Buspirone is an azapirone with 5-HT1A partial agonist activity which has demonstrated efficacy in the treatment of generalized anxiety disorder, commonly referred to as persistent anxiety. In this meta-analysis report, safety results from two studies comparing buspirone 15 mg twice daily (BID) with buspirone 10 mg three times daily (TID) in patients with persistent anxiety (...) are presented. In the study protocols, qualified patients completed a 7-day placebo lead-in phase and were randomized to receive buspirone 30 mg per day, as either a BID or TID regimen, for 6-8 weeks. A total of 289 patients received buspirone 15 mg BID (n = 144) or 10 mg TID (n = 145) at 15 sites. The incidence of adverse events was similar between the two treatment groups, except for a significantly greater incidence of palpitations in patients receiving buspirone BID (5%) compared to buspirone TID (1

1999 Depression and anxiety

4. Use of buspirone in patients with generalized anxiety disorder and coexisting depressive symptoms. A meta-analysis of eight randomized, controlled studies. (Abstract)

Use of buspirone in patients with generalized anxiety disorder and coexisting depressive symptoms. A meta-analysis of eight randomized, controlled studies. This report presents the results of a retrospective analysis of pooled efficacy data from eight studies in which buspirone was compared to placebo in 520 patients with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD). In addition to evaluating overall efficacy in the composite patient data base, four criteria were used to identify subsets of patients (...) with GAD who had coexisting depressive symptoms of at least moderate intensity: (1) a score of > or = 2 on the Hamilton Anxiety (HAM-A) Rating Scale item 6 (depressed mood), (2) a score of > or = 2 on the Hamilton Depression (HAM-D) Rating Scale item 1 (depressed mood), (3) a HAM-D total score of > or = 18, or (4) a HAM-D Retardation Factor value (items 1, 7, 8, and 14) greater than the median for the group. Overall, patients treated with buspirone demonstrated significant (p < or = 0.001) improvement

1992 Neuropsychobiology Controlled trial quality: uncertain