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Psychiatric Drugs

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mirtazepine heterocyclics
maprotiline heterocyclics
nefazadone heterocyclics
trazadone heterocyclics
bupropion heterocyclics
amitriptyline trycyclics
desipramine trycyclics
doxepin trycyclics
imipramine trycyclics
nortriptyline trycyclics
amoxapine trycyclics
clomipramine trycyclics
protriptyline trycyclics
trimipramine trycyclics
isocarboxazid MAOI
phenelzine MAOI
tranylcypromine MAOI
selegiline MAOI
citalopram SSRIs
escitalopram SSRIs
fluoxetine SSRIs
paroxetine SSRIs
sertraline SSRIs
fluvoxamine SSRIs
vilazodone SSRIs
venlafaxine SNRIs
duloxetine SNRIs
desfenlafaxine SNRIs
levomilnacipran SNRIs
lithium DOC for acute manic + bipolar 1
clonazepam anticonvulsants
carbamazepine anticonvulsants
valproic acid anticonvulsants
oxcarbazepine anticonvulsants
gabapentin anticonvulsants
lamotrigine anticonvulsants
topiramate anticonvulsants
verapamil antiHTN
atropine sulfate reduces secretions + treat vagal response in ECT
succinylcholine chloride given c ECT to prevent spasms
clorazepate benzo used as anxiolytics
hydroxyzine antihistamines used as anxiolytics
buspirone prevent anxiety/panic attack not acute anxiety attack
levodopa/carbidopa L: dopamine, C: gets dop to brain
tacrine HCL cholinesterase inhibitors; tx for NCD
donepezil cholinesterase inhibitors; tx for NCD
rivastigmine cholinesterase inhibitors; tx for NCD
memantine NMDA receptor antagonists; tx for NCD
meds used for tx of autism spectrum d/o risperidone + aripiprazole
dextroamphetamine sulfate CNS stimulants for ADHD
dextroamphetamine/amphetamine CNS stimulants for ADHD
methylphenidate CNS stimulants for ADHD
dexmethylphenidate CNS stimulants for ADHD
lisdexamphetamine CNS stimulants for ADHD
straterra SNRI for ADHD
guanfacine alpha-2 adrenergic agonists for ADHD
clonidine alpha-2 adrenergic agonists for ADHD
haloperidol tx for Tourette's
clonadine alpha agonists for Tourette's
Created by: spham
 

 



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