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This database contains 2 studies, archived under the term: "behavioral disorders"

Retrospective study on the benefits of combined Memantine and cholinEsterase inhibitor treatMent in AGEd Patients affected with Alzheimer’s Disease: the MEMAGE study

Background: Combined therapy of memantine and acetylcholinesterase inhibitors (AChEIs) in patients with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) may be associated with higher benefits than either monotherapy.; Objective: This retrospective multicentric study conducted in seven Italian Ambulatory Centers for Dementia assessed the efficacy and safety of memantine 20 mg/day administered for 6 months in addition to an AChEI […]

Effect of a non-pharmacological intervention, Voix d’Or(®), on behavior disturbances in Alzheimer disease and associated disorders

An innovative non-pharmacological intervention called Voix d’Or(®) (Golden Voice) was proposed in the Cognitive behavioral unit (CBU) of the Memory center at the Hospices civils in Lyon. Voix d’Or(®) offers eight sound activities disseminated via an audio device based on different approaches sociotherapeutic (music therapy, reminiscence, relaxation, reorientation in reality). The aim of this study […]

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