Depression Pocketcard Set 2009 / Edition 1

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Overview

Specific topics covered in this card include:
• The World Health Organization V Well-Being Index used in depression screening
• Depression criteria and classification from the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV). The criteria include International Classification of Disease 9 (ICD9) codes used for medical billing purposes. The DSM is the primary diagnostic manual used for all psychiatric disorders.
• Recommended diagnostic steps in depression including key patient history elements, labs, and other diagnostic procedures.
• The Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression: a more comprehensive depression assessment tool
• Antidepressant drug administration table including all major classes of antidepressant drugs, their dosages, mechanisms of action, and adverse effect profiles
• Cytochrome P450 drug-drug interaction table; the CYTP450 system is one of the body's main detoxification systems that operates in the liver. Many antidepressant drugs are detoxified by this system and are affected by other drugs that interfere with it.
• An approach to pharmacologic treatment of depression; special emphasis is placed on lithium augmentation (used in more severe or refractory depression cases)
• Depression carries a high suicide risk; this card includes a complete suicide risk assessment section including possible management techniques

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Reviewer: Michael Easton, MD (Rush University Medical Center)
Description: This set of cards on depression is part of a series that provides practical summaries of essential information on a variety of diseases on laminated cards that easily fit into a white coat pocket
Purpose: An abundance of essential clinical information on the disease, diagnosis, and medical treatment of depression is provided, all on two pocket-sized plastic cards that also include a number of useful clinical references.
Audience: This can be a useful tool for psychiatric residents and medical students during inpatient rotations and in clinic settings. It also could be useful to nurses and nursing students.
Features: These convenient cards have an admirable amount of succinct information on symptoms and DSM-IV diagnostic criteria as well as a number of easy-to-use clinical rating scales to evaluate symptom severity. They provide a fair amount of information on diagnostic steps, treatment phases, pharmacotherapy algorithms, use of lithium, evaluation of suicide, and include a large table reviewing dosing, pharmacokinetics, pharmacological properties, and side effects of most of the commonly used antidepressants.
Assessment: These cards could be helpful to psychiatric residents and medical students involved in the acute care of patients with depression. They also can be a useful supplement for psychiatric residents during their clinical rotations as a peripheral memory for a cornucopia of clinical factoids.
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Reviewer:Michael Easton, MD(Rush University Medical Center)
Description:This set of cards on depression is part of a series that provides practical summaries of essential information on a variety of diseases on laminated cards that easily fit into a white coat pocket
Purpose:An abundance of essential clinical information on the disease, diagnosis, and medical treatment of depression is provided, all on two pocket-sized plastic cards that also include a number of useful clinical references.
Audience:This can be a useful tool for psychiatric residents and medical students during inpatient rotations and in clinic settings. It also could be useful to nurses and nursing students.
Features:These convenient cards have an admirable amount of succinct information on symptoms and DSM-IV diagnostic criteria as well as a number of easy-to-use clinical rating scales to evaluate symptom severity. They provide a fair amount of information on diagnostic steps, treatment phases, pharmacotherapy algorithms, use of lithium, evaluation of suicide, and include a large table reviewing dosing, pharmacokinetics, pharmacological properties, and side effects of most of the commonly used antidepressants.
Assessment:These cards could be helpful to psychiatric residents and medical students involved in the acute care of patients with depression. They also can be a useful supplement for psychiatric residents during their clinical rotations as a peripheral memory for a cornucopia of clinical factoids.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781591030775
  • Publisher: Borm Bruckmeier Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 8/1/2009
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 2
  • Product dimensions: 3.60 (w) x 7.10 (h) x 0.10 (d)

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