preventing errors when drugs are combined for treating depression

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Patients who don't respond to an antidepressant are typically switched to another until they find one that provides some benefit.

On the other hand, patients who have a partial response, but still have symptoms, can benefit from adding another antidepressant or a non-antidepressant "augmenting" agent.

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