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1

S/S of bipolar disorder include: pressured ___, engaging in ___ behavior, investing ___.

speech, risky, money

2

A screening tool for bipolar/schizo is the ___ ___ scale.

mood disorder

3

Risk factors for more unstable bipolar disorder are: co-occurring ___ ___, ___ disorders, childhood ___, poor ___ ___ and multiple ___.

substance abuse, anxiety, vulnerability, coping skills, stressors

4

Lamotrigine is an ___ that is indicated for the tx of ___ ___.

anticonvulsant, bipolar depression

5

Anticonvulsants have s/e of ___ and ___-___ syndrome. This can occur in the medication ___.

leukopenia, stevens-johnson, lamotrigine

6

Aripiprazole (aka ___), as an atypical ___ indicated for bipolar disorder. S/E are increased ___ and ___. Need to monitor fasting ___ and ___ and for ___ disorders.

Abilify, antipysch, anxiety, insomnia, glucose, lipids, movement

7

Anxioloytics include:

SSRI's, alprazolam/Xanax, lorazepam/Ativan, buspirone/Buspar

8

S/E of antipsych meds include: ___, ___ gait, ___, and ___ that occurs 5-90 days of starting med.

parkinsonian, shuffling, stiffness, stooping

9

Acute ___ can often occur in men and younger pt's d/t antipsych meds and is characterized by contraction of ___ resulting in abnormal ___ or ___.

dystonia, muscles, movement, posture

10

___ is a s/e of antipsych meds and is a feeling of restlessness. The medication ___ often causes this, especially at ___ doses. A ___-___ antagonist will be helpful for this s/e.

Akathisia, aripiprazole, higher, beta-adrenergic

11

Anticonvulsants approved to tx bipolar disorder include: ___, ___, ___, and ___.

lithium, valproate (Depakote), carbamazepine (Tegretal), oxcarbazepine (Trileptal)

12

For lithium, it is important to monitor: ___ functioning, ___ > 50 yrs, ___ levels (pt's can develop hypothyroidism)

kidney, ECG, thyroid

13

For valproate (Depakote), monitor ___ functioning and ___ count. Some concern for causing ___ and ___ ovaries.

liver, platelets, pancreatitis, polycystic

14

For carbamazepine (Tegretal) and oxcarbazepine (Trileptal), monitor ___. Lots of ___-___ interactions. Decreases ___ levels of oral ___.

WBC's, drug-drug, hormonal, contraceptives

15

1st generation antipsych's include: ___

haloperidol (Haldol)

16

2nd generation antipsych's include: ___

risperidone (Risperdal), olanzapine (Zyprexia), quietiapine (Seroquel), ziprasidone (Geodon), aripiprazole (Abilify), asenapine (Saphiris)

17

___ ___ is a big s/e w/1st generation antipsych's.

weight gain

18

Early onset s/e of antipsych's include: ___, ___, and ___. Late onset is ___ ___.

parkinsonian, acute dystonia, akathisia, tardive dyskinesia

19

Tardive dyskinesia may not ___ even after medication is d/c'ed.

remit

20

Guidelines for monitoring for the s/e of tardive dyskinesia in antipsych's are to monitor every ___ months w/the ___ scale or ___ scale.

6, AIMS, DISCUS