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OCD

SSRI
TCA (clomipramine)
behavioral therapy

2

Panic Disorder

SSRI (paroxetine, sertraline)
TCA
MAOI
clomipramine, imipramine

3

Dysthymia

SSRI
TCA
MAOI
psychotherapy

4

Social Phobia

MAOI
SSRI (paroxetine)
propranolol

5

PTSD

SSRI
TCA (imipramine, doxepin)
MAOI
anticonvulsants
psychotherapy
relaxation techniques
support groups/family therapy

6

IBS

SSRI
TCA

7

Enuresis

TCA or DDAVP

8

Neuropathic Pain

TCA

9

Migraines

TCA
SSRI
buproprion

10

Smoking Cessation

Buproprion

11

Autism

SSRI

12

Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder

SSRI

13

Depressive Phase of Manic Depression

SSRI
buproprion

14

Insomnia

Mirtazapine
TCA

15

Schizophrenia

typical antipsychotics: chlorpromazine, thioridazine, trifluoperazine, haloperidol.
atypical antipsychotics: risperidone, clozapine, olanzapine, quetiapine, aripiprazole, ziprasidone.

16

EPS

benztropine
amantadine
benzos

17

NMS

dantrolene

18

Schizophreniform

hospitalization, antipsychotics

19

Schizoaffective

hospitalization
psychotherapy
antipsychotics
mood stabilizers
antidepressants
ECT

20

Brief Psychotic Disorder

hospitalization
psychotherapy
antipsychotics
benzo for agitation

21

Delusional Disorder

psychotherapy
antipsychotics (high potency or atypical)

22

MDD

hopsitalization
SSRI
TCA
MAOI
stimulants
antipsychotics
levothyroxine

23

Bipolar I Disorder

lithium
carbamazepine or valproic acid
olanzapine
psychotherapy
ECT

24

Bipolar II Disorder

lithium
carbamazepine or valproic acid
olanzapine
psychotherapy
ECT

25

Cyclothymic Disorder

lithium
carbamazepine or valproic acid
olanzapine
psychotherapy
ECT

26

Specific Phobia

systemic desensitization

27

Acute Stress DIsorder

TCAs (imipramine, doxepin)
SSRI
MAOI
anticonvulsants

28

GAD

buspirone
benzos (clonazepam or diazepam)
SSRI
venlafaxine

29

Adjustment Disorder

supportive psychotherapy
group therapy
treat symptoms

30

Delirium

treat reversible causes
quetiapine
haloperidol PO/IM

31

Alzheimer Disease

ACHEI (tacrine, donepezil, rivastigmine)
benzo
antipsych (quetiapine)
antidepressants

32

Parkinson Disease

levodopa
carbidopa
amantadine
bromocriptine
selegiline

33

Conduct Disorder

individual psychotherapy
antipsychotics or lithium (aggression)
SSRI

34

Oppositional Defiant Disoder

individual psychotherapy
parenting skills training
behavior modification

35

ADHD

1. methylphenidate, dextroamphetamine, pemoline
2. individual psychotherapy
3. parental counseling
4. group therapy

36

Pervasive Developmental Disorder

Autism: antipsychotics, SSRIs, stimulants, therapy
Asperger: supportive, social training, behavior modification.

37

Rett Disorder

supportive

38

Tourette's Disorder

haloperidol
pimozide

39

Intermittent Explosive Disorder

SSRI
anticonvulsants
lithium
propranolol

40

Anorexia Nervosa

paroxetine
mirtazapine

41

Bulimia Nervosa

SSRI
TCA

42

Cataplexy

SSRI
sodium oxalate

43

Narcolepsy

amphetamines
methylphenidate

44

acute dystonia

diphenhydramine
benztropine

45

Patients experiencing akathisia or EPS

quetiapine
olanzapine
clozapine

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Tardive Dyskinesia

stop medication
clonidine
replace with clozapine