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A short-term schedule for withdrawal from benzodiazepines without major deterioration in sleep quality is feasible in geriatric inpatients

Mirko Petrovic UGent, Dirk Pevernagie UGent, An Mariman UGent and Marcel Afschrift (2000) Neurophysiology and Sleep, 1st Joint scientific meeting, Abstracts. p.10-10
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Neurophysiology and Sleep, 1st Joint scientific meeting, Abstracts
pages
10 - 10
publisher
Belgian Association for the Study of Sleep (BASS)
conference name
1st Joint scientific meeting on Neurophysiology and Sleep
conference location
Ghent, Belgium
conference start
2000-11-25
conference end
2000-11-25
language
English
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yes
classification
C3
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1947471
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-1947471
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2011-11-22 23:42:42
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2016-12-19 15:37:19
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  author       = {Petrovic, Mirko and Pevernagie, Dirk and Mariman, An and Afschrift, Marcel},
  booktitle    = {Neurophysiology and Sleep, 1st Joint scientific meeting, Abstracts},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Ghent, Belgium},
  pages        = {10--10},
  publisher    = {Belgian Association for the Study of Sleep (BASS)},
  title        = {A short-term schedule for withdrawal from benzodiazepines without major deterioration in sleep quality is feasible in geriatric inpatients},
  year         = {2000},
}

Chicago
Petrovic, Mirko, Dirk Pevernagie, An Mariman, and Marcel Afschrift. 2000. “A Short-term Schedule for Withdrawal from Benzodiazepines Without Major Deterioration in Sleep Quality Is Feasible in Geriatric Inpatients.” In Neurophysiology and Sleep, 1st Joint Scientific Meeting, Abstracts, 10–10. Belgian Association for the Study of Sleep (BASS).
APA
Petrovic, M., Pevernagie, D., Mariman, A., & Afschrift, M. (2000). A short-term schedule for withdrawal from benzodiazepines without major deterioration in sleep quality is feasible in geriatric inpatients. Neurophysiology and Sleep, 1st Joint scientific meeting, Abstracts (pp. 10–10). Presented at the 1st Joint scientific meeting on Neurophysiology and Sleep, Belgian Association for the Study of Sleep (BASS).
Vancouver
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Petrovic M, Pevernagie D, Mariman A, Afschrift M. A short-term schedule for withdrawal from benzodiazepines without major deterioration in sleep quality is feasible in geriatric inpatients. Neurophysiology and Sleep, 1st Joint scientific meeting, Abstracts. Belgian Association for the Study of Sleep (BASS); 2000. p. 10–10.
MLA
Petrovic, Mirko, Dirk Pevernagie, An Mariman, et al. “A Short-term Schedule for Withdrawal from Benzodiazepines Without Major Deterioration in Sleep Quality Is Feasible in Geriatric Inpatients.” Neurophysiology and Sleep, 1st Joint Scientific Meeting, Abstracts. Belgian Association for the Study of Sleep (BASS), 2000. 10–10. Print.