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Chlorpromazine in migraine
  1. Peter Loga, Staff Specialist in Emergency Medicine,
  2. David Lewis, Consultant in Emergency Medicine
  1. Ipswich Hospital NHS Trust, Ipswich

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    Report by Peter Loga, Staff Specialist in Emergency MedicineSearch checked by David Lewis, Consultant in Emergency MedicineIpswich Hospital NHS Trust, Ipswich

    A short cut review was carried out to establish whether there is any evidence that chlorpromazine is an effective treatment for migraine. 81 papers were found using the reported search, of which eight answered the clinical question. The authors, patient groups, outcomes results and key weaknesses of this evidence are presented. The clinical bottom line is that a …

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