This is a 2013 pocket guide of psychopharmacology. It is intended to serve as a quick resource for health care professionals and students whom have involvement with psychiatric medications and patients. It serves to give the clinician a foothold in an environment that differs from other experiences in medicine, with differing terminology and disease states.
This reference will cover the core medications used in general psychiatry practice from a pharmaceutical standpoint. The handbook begins with a brief introduction of terminology and psychiatric legal parameters, to medication doses, side effects, drug interactions, and most importantly, monitoring parameters, which are expounded within. There is even a simple guide to make pharmaceutical interventions on patients’ drug therapy. Disease states such as Anxiety, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Major Depression, Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Substance Abuse, and much, much more are reviewed. Best of all, the most important information for each is provided in summative, and easily indexed formats, so you can find the information you need as rapidly as you need it. This could be the best quick reference for important psychopharmacologic information you’ll ever own.
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