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The lack of understanding of the mechanisms whereby the above aetiological
factors (genetic and environmental) interact to initiate the complex pathobiology of
schizophrenia is the key reason for the relative lack of progress in the development of novel
drug treatments. All the antipsychotic medication that is currently in use (first and second
generation) is all predicated on the so-called ‘Dopamine Hypothesis’ (discussed below) and
share a common putative mechanism of action, namely dopamine antagonism.
We have recently completed a thorough review of the published literature of RCT evidence
for BMJ Clinical Evidence (Barry et al 2012). In preparing this review for Clinical Evidence of
the clinical trial literature for interventions for schizophrenia, a comprehensive search
strategy identified all relevant publications, and those studies meeting reasonable quality
standards were then included as described. Despite such a careful triage process, that aimed
to include only good quality RCTs, it is clear that many studies we included have serious
Trong practice hàng ngày, y sĩ mọi ngành đều có những bệnh nhân uống những thứ thuốc antipsychotic medications, và nên để ý đến hiệu ứng phụ của những thuốc này. Case records của Massachusetts General Hosp (teaching hosp chính của Harvard Med School) đăng trong New Engl Jnl Med Oct 8, 2009 (trang 1487) trình một b.nhân 26 tuổi, đàn ông, sau khi ăn chiều hôm trước, mửa coffee-grounds material, vào một Emergency Dept của một b.
The results of the BMJ Clinical Evidence review tend to indicate that as far as
antipsychotic medication goes, current drugs are of some, if limited, efficacy in many
patients, and that most drugs cause side effects in most patients. Although this is a rather
downbeat conclusion, this will not be too surprising to clinicians in the field, given their
clinical experience and our knowledge of the pharmacology of the available antipsychotic
During our first visit, Sara seemed distracted. She was a pleasant, middleaged
woman who had never sought care from a psychiatrist. Several months earlier
she had begun to feel tired and irritable; she thought she had the flu. When her 25-
year-old son called to say that he was getting a divorce, she began to cry. “I worried I
had done something to break up his marriage,” she told me, dabbing at her eyes. “I
felt so guilty.” Over the following months she became depressed and so preoccupied
that she often forgot to pay bills.