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things to hit on a SI HPI

past SI and attempts
"what brought you to this point"
Inpatient visits
meds/therapy
trauma/PTSD
ROS/hx including depression, anxiety, BP, self-harm
drug use
family psych history

2

factors in Capacity Evals

understanding of: disease, procedure/treatment, what will happen if they leave/do not receive procure/treatment, ability to maintain consistency
**relevant at a point in time** i.e. capacitance may change over the course of a day

3

Precedex

dexmetadomidine: anesthetic/sedative, a2 agonist

4

Long-acting antipsychotics

Aripriprazole (Maintena)
Olanzapine (Zyprexa)
Fluphenazine (Prolixin)
Haldol
Paliperidone: (Invega Sustenna)
Risperdal (Consta)

5

things that can trigger serotonin syndrome

fentanyl, meperidine, tramadol
methylene blue
linezolid (antibiotic)
phenylephrine, dextromethorphan
Adderall, Ritalin
triptans
ondansetron

6

good antidepressant and antipsychotic post-CVA

Lexapro
Seroquel (Quetiapine)

7

Tegretol
Trileptal

Carbamezipine
Oxcarbazepine

8

visual hallucinations typically seen in what condition?

delirium
typically neuro not psych problem
typically see: ppl, animals/bugs, kids
use haldol (or other anti psychs) not benzos

9

delusion that you are dead

Cotard delusion

10

delusion that another person (spouse, friend) has been replaced by an imposter

Capgras delusion

11

delusion that a single person is impersonating all the people you meet

Fergoli delusion

12

belief that certain non-living objects possess consciousness, can think independently and express emotion (like humans)

syndrome of delusional companions

13

inability to recognize faces

prosopagnosia
apperceptive (true-can't even match) associative (can't name who faces belong to)
involve temporal lobe (fusiform) and parietal

14

Antipsychotic that avoids prolonging the QT

Abilify

15

Visual hallucinations in a person with partial or severe blindness

Charles Bonnet syndrome – CBS a.k.a. visual release hallucinations

16

What the formally named disorders are called

Disorders of misidentification