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CNS disorders

Drugs for Treatment

Schizophrenia The most common type of psychosis, is an extensive disturbance of the patients personality function with lost of perception of reality.
Delusion or Paranoia The impaired thinking of patients with schizophrenia.
Anxiety Disorders anxiety, panic disorder, phobias, OCD
Electroconvulsive Use for treatment of depression
Priapism (Painful Erection) requires surgical intervention and leaves some patients permanently impotent.
Manic-depressive disorder patients who exhibit alternating periods of depression and excitation, also known as bi polar depression
First-generation antipsychotic agents were PRIMARILY dopamine antagonist.
Second-generation agents have action at more than one receptor.
Clozapine antipsychotic agent that is most sedative from the rest
Akinesia Loss of voluntary movement
Akathisia Inability to sit still
Tardive dyskinesia Abnormal, involuntary movements
Created by: Amanda2017