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Drug category of choice for tx of negative sx of schizophrenia

Atypical antipsychotics (e.g., Risperidone)

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Tx bipolar disorder in patient w/ renal failure

Valproic acid or Carbamazepine (metabolized by liver, unlike Lithium)

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Pt on haloperidol develops sustained contraction of neck - Tx?

Acute dystonia - Diphenhydramine or Benztropine (i.e., anticholinergic)

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Tx OCPD

SSRI; 2nd line Clomipramine

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Pt on haloperidol develops fever, muscle rigidity, confusion, , diaphoresis - Tx

Neuroleptic malignant syndrome - Dantrolene

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Most problematic congenital disorder assoc. w/ maternal lithium disorder

Ebstein anomaly

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Most common s/e of Olanzapine

Weight gain (may have DM & DKA, dyslipidemia)

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Tx mania w/ psychosis

Atypical antipsychotics; Old tx - Haloperidol, may still be possible

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TCA toxicity sx

Cardiotoxicity, CNS toxicity, Anticholinergic s/e

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Sx of serotonin syndrome

Autonomic excitation, AMS, neuromuscular hyperactivity including ocular clonus

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Ingestion of tyramine while on MAO inhibitors

Hypertensive crisis

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Antidepressant w/ s/e of priapism

Trazodone

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Antidepressant lowers seizure threshold

Bupropion

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Antidepressant works well with SSRIs & increases REM sleep

Trazodone

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Antidepressant also appetite stimulant likely to result in weight gain

Mirtazipine

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Antidepressant can be used for smoking cessation

Bupropion

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Antidepressant can be used to tx bed-wetting in children

Imipramine

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Neuroleptics known for extrapyramidal side effects

High potency traditional neuroleptics (e.g., Haloperidol, Fluphenazine, Thiothixene)

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Tx for (1) Acute dystonia (2) Tardive dyskinesia (3) Neuroleptic malignant syndrome

(1) Diphenhydramine or benztropine (2) Stop meds or reduce dose; Switch to low potency neuroleptic or atypical antipsychotic (3) Dantrolene

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Tx options for GAD

SSRIs, Buspirone, Venlafaxine, Beta blockers

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Adjustment disorder w/ depressed mood differ from MDD

w/i 3 mo. of stressor & disappeaers w/i 6 mo. of stressor removed; Stressor other than bereavement; Not meet criteria for MDD

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