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Table 2 Patient disposition and dosing - study sample

From: One-year risk of psychiatric hospitalization and associated treatment costs in bipolar disorder treated with atypical antipsychotics: a retrospective claims database analysis

   Psychiatric Hospitalization Medical Hospitalization Add/Switch Antipsychotic Discontinued Antipsychotic Completed Follow-up Duration of Antipsychotic Treatment Starting Daily Dose Maximum Daily Dose
Index Antipsychotic N N (%) N (%) N (%) N (%) N (%) Median days
(Q1, Q3)
Mean mg
(SD)
Mean mg
(SD)
Aripiprazole 461 35 (7.6) 8 (1.7) 28 (6.1) 379 (82.2) 11 (2.4) 30 (30, 71) 11.8 (6.7) 13.4 (8.5)
Ziprasidone 461 59 (12.8) 11 (2.4) 66 (14.3) 307 (66.6) 18 (3.9) 30 (30, 70) 83.2 (49.7) 95.5 (57.2)
Aripiprazole 737 47 (6.4) 11 (1.5) 48 (6.5) 609 (82.6) 22 (3.0) 30 (30, 72) 11.2 (6.5) 12.9 (8.1)
Olanzapine 737 66 (9.0) 14 (1.9) 37 (5.0) 603 (81.8) 17 (2.3) 30 (30, 63) 7.8 (5.4) 8.7 (5.8)
Aripiprazole 770 48 (6.2) 10 (1.3) 49 (6.4) 640 (83.1) 23 (3.0) 30 (30, 72) 11.2 (6.5) 12.8 (8.1)
Quetiapine 770 78 (10.1) 8 (1.0) 34 (4.4) 619 (80.4) 31 (4.0) 30 (30, 73) 140.3 (146.1) 172.2 (200.6)
Aripiprazole 771 49 (6.4) 11 (1.4) 49 (6.4) 639 (82.9) 23 (3.0) 30 (30, 71) 12.8 (8.1) 12.8 (8.1)
Risperidone 771 72 (9.3) 14 (1.8) 59 (7.7) 603 (78.2) 23 (3.0) 30 (30, 73) 1.6 (1.3) 1.6 (1.3)