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FIGURE 16–2. Suggested sequenced treatment strategies for individuals with a primary psychiatric disorder who developed sedative-hypnotic use disorder.

FIGURE 16–3. Suggested sequenced treatment strategies for individuals with a primary substance use disorder who developed sedative-hypnotic use disorder.GABA = -aminobutyric acid.
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TABLE 16–3. Groups of patients who are using sedative-hypnotic medications
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TABLE 16–4. Suggested treatment recommendations, according to the level of risk, for patients with a history of substance use disorders who may benefit from treatment with sedative-hypnotics

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