Certain uses of antipsychotics are controversial, and the study did not directly analyze whether these psychoactive drugs were used for unapproved psychiatric indications. The data showed that 7.4 percent of the antipsychotics were prescribed for delirium, dementia, amnestic disorders, or other cognitive disorders commonly diagnosed in the elderly. A mandatory boxed warning in all antipsychotic drug labels states that this type of use is associated with increased risk of death. About 1 in 20 (5.7 percent) antipsychotic prescriptions was written for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, conduct disorder, or disruptive behavior disorders, and 2.3 percent of the antipsychotics were prescribed for other psychiatric disorders usually diagnosed in infancy, childhood, and adolescence, such as autism. This use is also controversial. However, the study did not include the age of patients in the analysis.