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misc psych

What is Melancholia Severe form of depressive disorder symptoms are exaggerated and interest or pleasure is lost
Describe Neuroleptic Malignant syndrome Severe parikinsonian muscle rigidity Hyperpyrexia tachycardia tachypnea stupor/coma
Side effects of antipsychotics Drowsiness Dizziness Dry mouth constipation increased appetite increased blood sugar
side effects of Lithium Drowsiness Dizziness Dry mouth thirst hypotension polyuria arrithymias
side effects of Anticonvulsants N/V Drowsiness Dizziness decrease oral contraceptive efficacy
Blood dyscrasias are a side effect of what medication group Anticonvulsants, monitor for spontaneous bleeding or bruising and report skin rash
Name 6 Antipsychotics Zyprexia Abilify Thorazine Seroquel Risperdal Geodon
What two other groups of meds are used in tx of Bipolar disorder calcium channel blockers antipsychotics
what anticonvulsants are used to treat bipolar disorder Klonopin tegretol Depakote lamictal Neurontin topamax
What is the action of the anticonvulsant Clonazepam (Klonopin) action in the tx of bipolar disorder is unclear
What is the normal range of Lithium 1.0 - 1.5 maintenance 0.6- 1.2
What is the action of Lithium May enhance re-uptake of Norepinepherine, Serotonin and decrease the levels in the body = decrease in hyperactivity
SSNRIs has what physiological effect decrease in depression relieves pain of neuropathy relieves anxiety
What action does MAOIs have on Neurotransmitters/receptors Increase norepinephrine and 5-HT by inhibiting the enzyme that degrades them
TCA's has what action on Neurotransmitters and/or receptors inhibit reuptake of serotonin inhibit reuptake of norepinephrine block NE receptors block ACH receptors block Histamine receptors
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