Melatonin appears ineffective in children with intellectual deficits and fragmented sleep: six "N of 1" trials

Title

Melatonin appears ineffective in children with intellectual deficits and fragmented sleep: six "N of 1" trials

Creator

Camfield P; Gordon K; Dooley J; Camfield C

Publisher

Journal of Child Neurology

Date

1996

Subject

Male; Child; Humans; Adolescent; Female; Child Preschool; Double-Blind Method; Intellectual Disability/complications; Melatonin/therapeutic use; Sleep Wake Disorders/drug therapy/etiology; sleep disturbance/disorders; undefined neurodevelopmental disorders; neurodevelopmental disorder; pharmacologic intervention; melatonin

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Citation

Camfield P; Gordon K; Dooley J; Camfield C, “Melatonin appears ineffective in children with intellectual deficits and fragmented sleep: six "N of 1" trials,” Pediatric Palliative Care Library, accessed September 23, 2021, https://pedpalascnetlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/16603.

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