Psychiatric medications

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  • This book is based in part on presentations delivered at the 11th World Congress of Psychiatry (Hamburg, Germany, 1999). Consequently, the writing is scholarly and most passages are saturated with technical terminology. Readers not accustomed to academic works will find these essays challenging.

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  • There is little question that this is the most exciting time in history to be involved in the treatment of patients with psychiatric disorders. The explosive growth in our knowledge base in all areas of the field, particularly in neuroscience, has revolutionized both our understanding of the nature of psychiatric illnesses and our ability to provide effective treatments.

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  • Psychologist Margaret Hagen, a professor and medical industry insider, details the very real danger of this booming business. In every state, a child can be taken away from a parent on the strength of five minutes of "neutral" testimony from a social worker. A criminal suspect’s freedom or incarceration can depend on a superficial psychological examination performed by an incompetent, overworked, or, at worst, paid-off psychologist.

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  • Having worked in a variety of specialty areas over the years as staff nurses, clinical nurse specialists, educators, therapists, and managers, we realize that nurses aspire to become highly proficient in their area of practice. But psychosocial skills are often more difficult to perfect. Very often nurses feel inadequately prepared to deal with complex behaviors and psychiatric problems on top of the demands of providing physical care for the patient and family.

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  • The text of this manual, an update of the second edition of our Concise Guide to Women’s Mental Health, reflects the latest data on women’s mental health. Although every section has been revised, particularly extensive revisions have been made in the sections describing the use of psychiatric medications in pregnant and breast-feeding women, abortion and contraception, and the use of hormones in menopausal women. The book continues to reflect our expanding clinical experiences in the Women’s Life Center.

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  • This chapter includes contents: Define what constitutes a behavioral emergency, identify potential causes for behavioral and psychiatric illnesses, list three critical principles that should be considered in the prehospital care of any patient with a behavioral emergency,...

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  • The Gale Encyclopedia of Mental Health is a valuable source of information for anyone who wants to learn more about mental health, disorders, drugs and treatments. This collection of approximately 450 entries provides in-depth coverage of specific disorders recognized by the American Psychiatric Association (as well as some disorders not formally recognized as distinct disorders), diagnostic procedures and techniques, therapies, psychiatric medications, and biographies of several key people who are recognized for their important work in the field of mental health.

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  • EACH YEAR IN the United States, more than three million people sustain a traumatic brain injury (TBI). In this population, the psychosocial and psychological deficits are the major source of disability to the patient and of stress to the family. Patients may have difficulties in many vital areas of functioning, including family, interpersonal, work, school, and recreational activities. Many have extreme personality changes.

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  • Schizophrenia is arguably the most serious major psychiatric disorder, usually developing in late adolescence or early adulthood, and often having a profound effect over the lifetime on daily functioning. People with schizophrenia frequently have difficulties living independently and caring for themselves, working or attending school, fulfilling parental or other role obligations, and enjoying close relationships and rewarding leisure activities (American Psychiatric Association, 2000).

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  • Within the past year, research has confirmed that non-expert community psychiatric nurses can safely and effectively deliver cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) to patients with schizophrenia and their carers (Turkington et al., 2002). It is reasonable to expect that other disciplines within mental health would achieve similarly encouraging results (Turkington & Kingdon, 2000). Such interventions are greatly appreciated by patients and carers, improve job satisfaction for the practitioner and lead to improved insight and coping.

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  • Neuroimaging technology has progressed considerably during recent decades. Neuroimaging studies can be an invaluable part of the diagnostic workup of psychiatric patients. However, it can be difficult to determine which clinical situations call for the use of neuroimaging studies and which do not. In addition, it is often unclear what type of neuroimaging study should be ordered.

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  • The American Psychiatric Foundation (APF) works to advance understanding of mental illnesses. It promotes awareness of mental illnesses and the effectiveness of treatment, the importance of early intervention, access to care and the need for high quality services and treatment through a combination of public and professional education, research, research training, grants, and awards.

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  • Case report: Psychiatric disorder associated with vacuum-assisted breast biopsy clip placement

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  • The field of medical genetics has traditionally focused on chromosomal abnormalities (Chap. 63) and Mendelian disorders (Chap. 62). However, there is genetic susceptibility to many common adult-onset diseases, including atherosclerosis, cardiac disorders, asthma, hypertension, autoimmune diseases, diabetes mellitus, macular degeneration, Alzheimer's disease, psychiatric disorders, and many forms of cancer.

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  • Obtaining an accurate 24-hour-sleep-wake history is extremly important. History should be focused also on relevant factors as medical history, compensation of epilepsy, type and frequency of epileptic seizures, their incidence according to circadian cycle and actual antiepileptic medication, or other drug and medication use. Also social, enviromental or psychological conditions, which may interfere with sleep quality, should be evaluated. Neurological examination in connection with neuroimaging methods (MRI) can detect cerebral leasions as the reason of sleep problems.

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  • James Parkinson described Parkinson’s disease in his memorable Essay on the Shaking Palsy in 1817. Since then, and particularly in recent years, there has been tremendous progress in our understanding of this complex and fascinating neurological disorder. Briefly, we have learned that it is not only manifest by motor symptoms but also that there is a whole range of non-motor features, including autonomic, psychiatric, cognitive and sensory impairments. We now know how to distinguish better clinically between Parkinson’s disease and the various parkinsonian syndromes.

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  • Wise men study the sciences which deal with the origins and development of animal life, with the structure of the cells, with the effect of various diseases upon the tissues and fluids of the body; they study the causes of the reactions of the body cells to disease germs, and search for the origin and means of extermination of these enemies to health. They study the laws of physical well-being. They seek for the chemical principles governing the reactions of digestive fluids to the foods they must transform into heat and energy.

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  • As part of the project we follow an ascertainment protocol which involves several measures and procedures. Parents or guardians must complete an informed consent form with the help of a psychologist or social worker. Subsequently, parents are interviewed using the Vineland Behavior Adaptive Scales, a structured interview about adaptive behavior (observed communication, social behavior, and daily living skills at home and in the community).

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  • (BQ) Part 2 book "Sleep medicine - A comprehensive guide to its development, clinical milestones and advances in treatment" presents the following contents: Neurological sleep disorders, psychiatric and psychological sleep disorders, respiratory diseases, medical disorders and sleep, miscellaneous important aspects,...

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  • In 1996 Warner et al. (27) demonstrated that in the UK the prevalence of psychiatric morbidity in the postnatal period varied between 10-15%. With regards to postnatal depression, a systematic literature review carried out by Robertson et al. (28), found that the rates of both, first onset and severe depression were three times higher in the postnatal period than during other periods of women's lives. In a large proportion of women with postnatal depression, symptoms persist for at least a year postpartum.

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