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78 terms
Psychiatry 1
What psychiatric side effect can high-…
What 2nd generation/atypical antipsych…
Neuroimaging findings in psychiatric d…
What is the best drug for treatment-re…
psychosis
- Olanzapine and clozapine
- Clozapine... - SE: agranulocytosis
What psychiatric side effect can high-…
psychosis
What 2nd generation/atypical antipsych…
- Olanzapine and clozapine
19 terms
Psychiatry 1
Sleep terror happens during which slee…
Average two-year-olds speaks how many…
Child with pattern of hostile behavior…
Electrolyte imbalance in vomiting: k,…
3-4
200. if they cannot speak two hundred by age 3 it's abnormal
Oppositional... Defiant disorder
Hypokslemic, hypochloremic alkalosis. Because chloride is dow…
Sleep terror happens during which slee…
3-4
Average two-year-olds speaks how many…
200. if they cannot speak two hundred by age 3 it's abnormal
192 terms
Psychiatry 1
Systematic desensitization and its use
How do dopamine, norepinephrine, acety…
Treatment for primary insomnia
Treatment for primary hypersomnia
Progressive exposure to increasing levels of anxiety-inducing…
1. Dopamine decreases sleep time... 2. Norepinephrine decreases…
1. Sleep hygiene... 2. Short-term pharmacotherapy (Benadryl, Zol…
Stimulant drugs (amphetamines)
Systematic desensitization and its use
Progressive exposure to increasing levels of anxiety-inducing…
How do dopamine, norepinephrine, acety…
1. Dopamine decreases sleep time... 2. Norepinephrine decreases…
62 terms
Psychiatry 1
Decline in memory AND... Aphasia, Apraxia…
aphasia
apraxia
agnosia
To diagnose dementia, what elements are required?... What do you…
difficulty with language
impaired ability to perform motor tasks
impaired ability to recognize objects
Decline in memory AND... Aphasia, Apraxia…
To diagnose dementia, what elements are required?... What do you…
aphasia
difficulty with language
48 terms
Psychiatry 1
assessment
nursing diagnosis
outcome identification
planning
...
identifying areas for intervention... Nurses' clinical judgment…
setting outcome criteria... Desired results of planned nursing…
...
assessment
...
nursing diagnosis
identifying areas for intervention... Nurses' clinical judgment…
55 terms
Psychiatry 1
General structure
Always ask during systematic enquiry...
Dystonia - definition
Torticollis
1. Demographic/basic info... 2. Reasons for and circumstances of…
- Anxiety disorder symptoms... - Depression/mania symptoms... - Psy…
Unpleasant (painful) spasm of muscle groups
Head persistently turned to one side (crick neck)
General structure
1. Demographic/basic info... 2. Reasons for and circumstances of…
Always ask during systematic enquiry...
- Anxiety disorder symptoms... - Depression/mania symptoms... - Psy…
159 terms
Psychiatry 1
involuntary responses
voluntary
press the button to feel good
...
...
...
involuntary responses
...
voluntary
...
113 terms
Psychiatry 1
SSRI
SSRI Indication
SSRI Side effects
Bupropion
Inhibits serotonin re-uptake
depression and Anxiety
GI, Headaches, Sexual dysfunction
Inhibits NE and DA
SSRI
Inhibits serotonin re-uptake
SSRI Indication
depression and Anxiety
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psychiatry1
Generalized anxiety disorder
GAD associated symptoms
lists of things GAD patient simulatneo…
the first line treatment for GAD is
excessive anxiety and worry about most things, lasting more t…
restlessness,difficulty concentrating and irritabiliy
grades... relationship with their spouse and friends... money... the h…
CBT+SSRIs both ... Psychotherapy and behavioral therapy are bene…
Generalized anxiety disorder
excessive anxiety and worry about most things, lasting more t…
GAD associated symptoms
restlessness,difficulty concentrating and irritabiliy
75 terms
Psychiatry 1-6
What are the different RNA Polymerases…
characteristic of a restrictive lung d…
characteristic of an obstructive lung…
Shaken baby: injury
1 rRNA... 2 mRNA... 3 tRNA
decreased TLC... normal FEV1:FVC
increased FEV1:FVC
subdural hematoma
What are the different RNA Polymerases…
1 rRNA... 2 mRNA... 3 tRNA
characteristic of a restrictive lung d…
decreased TLC... normal FEV1:FVC
99 terms
Psychiatry Exam 1
CRITERIA FOR CNS NEUROTRANSMITTERS
Fast Acting CNS Neurotransmitters
CNS Biogenic Amines
BIOGENIC AMINES vs FAST ACTING NEUROTR…
- Present in detectable quantities in the CNS... - Present in a…
- Acetylcholine... ... - Glutamate and Aspartate... - GABA and Glycine
- Dopamine (3-Hydroxytyramine)... - Norepinephrine (Noradrenali…
FAST acting NTs are degraded much FASTER than biogenic amines…
CRITERIA FOR CNS NEUROTRANSMITTERS
- Present in detectable quantities in the CNS... - Present in a…
Fast Acting CNS Neurotransmitters
- Acetylcholine... ... - Glutamate and Aspartate... - GABA and Glycine
68 terms
Psychiatry Class 1
Freud
Frustration freud
Overindulgence freud
Fixation freud
Development= sexual desire... Only focused on diseased people... Er…
Experienced when child doesn't master a stage
Needs met, but child still reluctant to venture past state. "…
Both frustration and overindulgence lock child permanently in…
Freud
Development= sexual desire... Only focused on diseased people... Er…
Frustration freud
Experienced when child doesn't master a stage
188 terms
Psychiatry Block 1
Does the mind-body dilemma exist?
Concept of brain as a social organ aro…
What happened when orphanage children…
Traumatic brain injury before what age…
NO... - mind-body dilemma = body physical, mind non-physical... - *…
1970s... - "primates possess neural networks devoted to social c…
children died at high rates --> wasn't until they were held,…
25... - 9 months to 25 years... - plasticity ... - greater flexibilit…
Does the mind-body dilemma exist?
NO... - mind-body dilemma = body physical, mind non-physical... - *…
Concept of brain as a social organ aro…
1970s... - "primates possess neural networks devoted to social c…
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LEGIT Psychiatry Questions 1
1. A 72-year-old woman is brought to t…
2. An elderly patient, known to suffer…
A family reports that their mother's m…
A 23-year-old woman complains of depre…
(A) Fluctuating levels of awareness are charac- teristic of d…
D) An elderly woman exposed to hot sunlight for hours may be…
(C) Multi-infarct dementia is caused by repeated cerebrovascu…
(C) Dissociative identity disorder (multiple personality diso…
1. A 72-year-old woman is brought to t…
(A) Fluctuating levels of awareness are charac- teristic of d…
2. An elderly patient, known to suffer…
D) An elderly woman exposed to hot sunlight for hours may be…
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Psychiatry Exam 1
Mental disorder definition
Additional factors to consider
Unspecified diagnoses
Other specified disorder
"A syndrome characterized by *clinically significant disturba…
General medical conditions + Substances:... -Most mental condi…
Used when a pt. has a clinically significant symptoms within…
Used when a pt. doesn't meet full criteria for any dx within…
Mental disorder definition
"A syndrome characterized by *clinically significant disturba…
Additional factors to consider
General medical conditions + Substances:... -Most mental condi…
86 terms
1. SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS IN PSYCHIATRY
CLINICAL PRESENTATION... 1. Which of the…
2. Consultation- liaison (C-L ) psychi…
3. The following is suggestive of an o…
4. Difference between neurosis and psy…
...
...
...
...
CLINICAL PRESENTATION... 1. Which of the…
...
2. Consultation- liaison (C-L ) psychi…
...
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Psychiatry Test 1 (Packrat)
History & Physical/Psychiatry/Behavior…
History & Physical/Psychiatry/Behavior…
Diagnosis/Psychiatry/Behavioral Medici…
Clinical Intervention/Psychiatry/Behav…
Explanations... (u) A. See C for explanation.... (u) B. See C for e…
Explanations... (c) A. Common manifestations of obsessive-compul…
Explanations... (c) A. Diagnostic criteria for a major depressiv…
Explanations... (c) A. Two-thirds of all depressed patients cont…
History & Physical/Psychiatry/Behavior…
Explanations... (u) A. See C for explanation.... (u) B. See C for e…
History & Physical/Psychiatry/Behavior…
Explanations... (c) A. Common manifestations of obsessive-compul…
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USMLE 1 Psychiatry Psychosis
what is psychosis
what kinds of pts does psychosis occur
what are hallucinations
what are delusions
distorted perception of reality characterized by delusions, h…
medical illness... psychiatric illness... both
perceptions int he absence of external stimuli (seeing a ligh…
unique, false beliefs about oneself or others that persist de…
what is psychosis
distorted perception of reality characterized by delusions, h…
what kinds of pts does psychosis occur
medical illness... psychiatric illness... both
50 terms
First Aid psychiatry 1
what are ideas of reference
what are delusions of control
what is a somatic delusion
illusion vs. hallucination
belief that cues in the external environment are uniquely rel…
thought broadcasting... thought insertion
false belief that one is infected with a disease
illusion = misinterpretation of an existing sensory stimulus…
what are ideas of reference
belief that cues in the external environment are uniquely rel…
what are delusions of control
thought broadcasting... thought insertion
81 terms
Psychiatry exam 1
Amiptyline
Imipramine
Clomipramine
Nortryptyline
(Elavil) - TCA - antidepressant
(Tofranil) - TCA - Antidepressant
(Anafranil) - TCA - Antidepressant
(Pamelor) - TCA - Antidepressant
Amiptyline
(Elavil) - TCA - antidepressant
Imipramine
(Tofranil) - TCA - Antidepressant
100 terms
Psychiatry Set 1
Common side effects of SSRIs
Anti-depressant that does not cause se…
TCA side effects
Criteria for major depressive disorder…
GI symptoms - ab pain, nausea, diarrhea; sleep disturbances;…
Bupropion
Anti-cholinergic effects (dry mouth, dry eyes, constipation)…
Two or more episodes over two weeks of 5 or more of these:... De…
Common side effects of SSRIs
GI symptoms - ab pain, nausea, diarrhea; sleep disturbances;…
Anti-depressant that does not cause se…
Bupropion
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USMLE 1 Psychiatry Pharm
what are the nonspecific symptoms of i…
what are the nonspecific symptoms of w…
what are the stimulants
what are the intoxication sx of amphet…
mood elevation... psychomotor agitation... insomnia... cardiac arrhyth…
post-use "crash"... -depression... -lethargy... -weight gain... -HA
amphetamines... cocaine... caffeine... nicotine
euphoria... grandiosity... pupillary dilation... prolonged wakefulness…
what are the nonspecific symptoms of i…
mood elevation... psychomotor agitation... insomnia... cardiac arrhyth…
what are the nonspecific symptoms of w…
post-use "crash"... -depression... -lethargy... -weight gain... -HA
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Psychiatry Test 1
1. A 39 year old African American man…
1.1 ... A 39 year old African American m…
1.2 ... Which of the following drugs is…
1.3 Type of delusion in Schizophrenia
E. Risperidone... This clinical vignette illustrates an individ…
A. Benztropine
C. Lorazepam
Paranoid delusions
1. A 39 year old African American man…
E. Risperidone... This clinical vignette illustrates an individ…
1.1 ... A 39 year old African American m…
A. Benztropine
139 terms
STEP1 Psychiatry
Classical conditioning vs. Operant con…
Operant conditioning uses positive and…
Transference vs. Countertrasnference
A mother yells at her child because he…
Classical condition: usually deals with INVOLUNTARY responses…
Positive reinforcement: you get something positive after perf…
Transference: Patient projects feelings about formative or ot…
Displacement (transferring avoided ideas and feelings to a ne…
Classical conditioning vs. Operant con…
Classical condition: usually deals with INVOLUNTARY responses…
Operant conditioning uses positive and…
Positive reinforcement: you get something positive after perf…
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Test #1 Psychodynamic Psychiatry
focus of psychodynamic psychiatry
Interacting Forces
Deficit Model
Biopsychsocial model
monitoring opposing forces in the human psyche and maintainin…
the conflict of mental agencies. regulating internal desires…
Model based on what is missing in the individual. in this cas…
model based on what makes a person who they are. in this case…
focus of psychodynamic psychiatry
monitoring opposing forces in the human psyche and maintainin…
Interacting Forces
the conflict of mental agencies. regulating internal desires…
35 terms
CM #1: Introduction to Psychiatry
True or False: Psychiatric illness may…
Mental disorder
What's the epidemiology of mental diso…
True or False: most psychiatric medica…
True
disturbance in cognition, behavior, or emotion reflecting a b…
>25% of adults have a diagnosable mental disorder (50% have a…
False... most drugs are prescribed by primary care providers
True or False: Psychiatric illness may…
True
Mental disorder
disturbance in cognition, behavior, or emotion reflecting a b…
105 terms
Step 1: Psychiatry Pathology
Weak, wordless, wanting, wary
Physical abuse
Sexual abuse
Child neglect
Effects of infant deprivation. Observed in infants deprived o…
- healed fractures... - burns... - subdural hematomas... - bruises... - r…
- genital, oral, anal trauma... - STI... - UTI
- poor hygeine... - failure to thrive... - withdrawal... - impaired so…
Weak, wordless, wanting, wary
Effects of infant deprivation. Observed in infants deprived o…
Physical abuse
- healed fractures... - burns... - subdural hematomas... - bruises... - r…
48 terms
Step 1: Psychiatry Pharmacology
Methylphenidate, methamphetimine
methylphenidate, methamphetimine
Methylphenidate, methamphetamine
Trifluoperazine, fluphenazine, haloper…
2 CNS stimulants
Increase catecholamines in synaptic cleft. Increase NE, incre…
Use:... - ADHD... - narcolepsy... - Appetite control
5 Antipsychotics... - 3 High potency cause neurologic side effec…
Methylphenidate, methamphetimine
2 CNS stimulants
methylphenidate, methamphetimine
Increase catecholamines in synaptic cleft. Increase NE, incre…
199 terms
Psychiatry Exam 1
Psychomotor Agitation (Behavior)
Psychomotor Retardation (Behavior)
Expansive (Mood)
Euphoric (Mood)
Noticeable and marked increase in body movement (hand wringin…
Slowing of speech and body movements (lack of usual fidgetine…
Enthusiastic
Feeling great, as if one just won the lottery
Psychomotor Agitation (Behavior)
Noticeable and marked increase in body movement (hand wringin…
Psychomotor Retardation (Behavior)
Slowing of speech and body movements (lack of usual fidgetine…
35 terms
CBN Exam 1 Psychiatry
father of biopsychosocial model
cerebellum is basis of mental activity
dz associated with low cerebellar mass
Philadelphia physician who founded a h…
Engel
Willis
schizophrenia
Rush
father of biopsychosocial model
Engel
cerebellum is basis of mental activity
Willis
37 terms
Psychiatry Shelf Pharm 1
General side effects found in TCAs and…
Serotonin syndrome and management
Hypertensive crisis
Extrapyramidal side effects (EPS): par…
HAM:... 1) Anti-histamine: sedation, weight gain... 2) Anti-adrener…
Confusion, flushing, diaphoresis... Tremor, MYOCLONIC jerks, hyp…
Buildup of stored catecholamines... Combo of MAO-Is and tyramine…
Occur with high potency, typical antipsychotics... Reversible, c…
General side effects found in TCAs and…
HAM:... 1) Anti-histamine: sedation, weight gain... 2) Anti-adrener…
Serotonin syndrome and management
Confusion, flushing, diaphoresis... Tremor, MYOCLONIC jerks, hyp…
U22 Psychiatry (1)
concussion
depression
epilepsy
alcoholism
脳震盪
うつ病
癲癇
アルコール中毒
concussion
脳震盪
depression
うつ病
35 terms
19 Psychiatry 1
addict
aggressiveness
agitation
ambivalence
one who is dependent on a substance (usually illegal, as narc…
abnormal forcefulness toward others
abnormal restlessness
feeling of conflicting emotions about a person or issue
addict
one who is dependent on a substance (usually illegal, as narc…
aggressiveness
abnormal forcefulness toward others
61 terms
Psychiatry Exam 1 Drugs
Risperdal (risperidone)
Clozail (clozapine)
Zyprexa (olanzapine)
Seroquel (quetiapine)
second generation antipsychotic... schizophrenia and other psyc…
second generation antipsychotic... schizophrenia and other psyc…
second generation antipsychotic... schizophrenia and other psyc…
second generation antipsychotic... schizophrenia and other psyc…
Risperdal (risperidone)
second generation antipsychotic... schizophrenia and other psyc…
Clozail (clozapine)
second generation antipsychotic... schizophrenia and other psyc…
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Psychiatry Exam #1 Terms
Prescriptions drugs associated with de…
pharmacological treatment for depression
Heterocyclics
SSRIs
- Reserpine... - Propanolol... - Methyldopa... - Steroids
- heterocyclic antidepressant ... - selective serotonin reuptake…
amitriptyline, clomipramine, desipramine, imipramine
fluoxetine, paroxitien, sertraline
Prescriptions drugs associated with de…
- Reserpine... - Propanolol... - Methyldopa... - Steroids
pharmacological treatment for depression
- heterocyclic antidepressant ... - selective serotonin reuptake…
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Clinical Psychiatry Exam 1
Conventional drugs schizophrenia
atypical antipsychotics
positive symptoms of schizophrenia
negative symptoms
chloroporomazine (thorazine) Haloperidol (Haldol)
clozapine (clozaril), Risperidon (Risperdal)
delusions, hallucination, language disturbances
cognitive deficits, poor ability to manage environment and th…
Conventional drugs schizophrenia
chloroporomazine (thorazine) Haloperidol (Haldol)
atypical antipsychotics
clozapine (clozaril), Risperidon (Risperdal)
8 terms
Psychiatry Q.1
Narcotics:
Cannabinoids:
Depressants: aka "tranquilizers = seda…
Stimulants:
Stimulating delta (δ), kappa (κ), and my (μ) opioid receptors…
Activate cannabinoid receptors: basal ganglia + limbic system…
Potentiate GABA activity, inhibit glutamatergic (NMDA) activi…
Increased dopamine + norepinephrine activity in synaptic clef…
Narcotics:
Stimulating delta (δ), kappa (κ), and my (μ) opioid receptors…
Cannabinoids:
Activate cannabinoid receptors: basal ganglia + limbic system…
109 terms
Psychiatry Boards 1
Neurotransmitter changes in anxiety
Neurotransmitter changes in Depression
Neurotransmitter changes in Mania
Neurotransmitter changes in Alzheimers
Decreased Serotonin + GABA... Increased Norepinephrine
Decreased Dopamine, serotonin + norepinephrine
Increased norepinephrine + serotonin
Decreased acetylcholine
Neurotransmitter changes in anxiety
Decreased Serotonin + GABA... Increased Norepinephrine
Neurotransmitter changes in Depression
Decreased Dopamine, serotonin + norepinephrine
6 terms
Day 1 - Intro to Psychiatry
Realize the pervasiveness of mental il…
Identify the purpose of the DSM-5 and…
Given a diagnosis/situation, correctly…
Identify the various quality improveme…
-1 in 5 adults experience mental illness. 1 in 8 take a psych…
DSM-5: ... -Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder…
Axis I:... -Clinical psychiatric disorders (depression, ADHD, et…
-Optimize therapy... -Minimize side-effects... -Primary care manage…
Realize the pervasiveness of mental il…
-1 in 5 adults experience mental illness. 1 in 8 take a psych…
Identify the purpose of the DSM-5 and…
DSM-5: ... -Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder…
9 terms
L1: Introduction to Psychiatry
What is meant by the use of categorica…
Decisions about mental disorders would…
Signs vs. symptoms?
Axis I of DSMIV?
DSM ... - develop replicable and clinically useful categories... -…
Prevention, early identification, management, improvement, cure
Signs: what clinician observes and objective findings the cli…
Psychiatric clinical disorders that can be the focus of clini…
What is meant by the use of categorica…
DSM ... - develop replicable and clinically useful categories... -…
Decisions about mental disorders would…
Prevention, early identification, management, improvement, cure
33 terms
Psychiatry RAT 1 - GAD
DSM5 criteria for GAD
Prevalence of GAD in the US/ yr, highe…
Initial eval for GAD
Common Medical conditions that present…
1. Excessive anxiety and worry 6+ months... 2. Difficulty contro…
1 yr - 2.7%... Highest rates of GAD in the 35-45 yo... Women to men…
PE... Labs... Med history (OTCs, herbals)... Caffeine and EtOH and sub…
Stroke... HA... Hyperthyroidism... Pulmonary disorder... CVD... GI... Pain cond…
DSM5 criteria for GAD
1. Excessive anxiety and worry 6+ months... 2. Difficulty contro…
Prevalence of GAD in the US/ yr, highe…
1 yr - 2.7%... Highest rates of GAD in the 35-45 yo... Women to men…
49 terms
UWorld - Step 1: Psychiatry
Providing informal treatment to friend…
An instruction to leave the bedroom if…
When child abuse is suspected, the phy…
Point of service POS plans (insurance…
emergency situations in which no other physician is available
stimulus control therapy - which focuses on eliminating stimu…
to conduct a full evaluation that includes seeking to intervi…
...
Providing informal treatment to friend…
emergency situations in which no other physician is available
An instruction to leave the bedroom if…
stimulus control therapy - which focuses on eliminating stimu…
153 terms
Psychiatry - CF 1
best predictor of future dangerousness
diagnoses that are at higher risk of b…
CSF level associated with impulsive vi…
3 questions to ask for screen for viol…
history of violent behavior
schizophrenia, mania, dementia, delirium, substance abuse
low 5-HIAA (metabolite of serotonin)
have you ever thought of harming someone else? have you ever…
best predictor of future dangerousness
history of violent behavior
diagnoses that are at higher risk of b…
schizophrenia, mania, dementia, delirium, substance abuse
26 terms
Psychiatry Pharmacology S1
Methylphenidate, Dextroamphetamine, Me…
Antipsychotics (Neuroleptics) General
Haloperidol
Dantrolene
CNS Stimulants (4)... + catecholamines at the synaptic cleft, es…
Antipsychotics (neuroleptics)... x D2 R (x M, x a1, xH1)... Use: Sc…
Antipsychotics (Neuroleptics)... High potency - neurologic side…
Muscle Relaxant... Use: treat Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome
Methylphenidate, Dextroamphetamine, Me…
CNS Stimulants (4)... + catecholamines at the synaptic cleft, es…
Antipsychotics (Neuroleptics) General
Antipsychotics (neuroleptics)... x D2 R (x M, x a1, xH1)... Use: Sc…
10 terms
STEP 1 Psychiatry
Main 4 SSRIs
Five major side effects of TCAs
Receptors inhibited by TCAs (5)
Criteria and treatment for generalized…
Fluoxetine, paroxetine, sertraline, citalopram
Anticholinergic... QT prolongation... Convulsions... Coma... Cardiotoxicity
Presynaptic uptake of 5-HT and NE - tremor, insomnia... Cardiac…
Uncontrollable worry about multiple issues >6 months... CBT and…
Main 4 SSRIs
Fluoxetine, paroxetine, sertraline, citalopram
Five major side effects of TCAs
Anticholinergic... QT prolongation... Convulsions... Coma... Cardiotoxicity
18 terms
Psychiatry Step 1
Withdrawal from a stimulant
Drug abuse causing pinpoint pupils
Drug abuse causing pupillary dilation
Drug abuse causing vertical and horizo…
Depression, lethargy, weight gain, headache
Opioids
Stimulants: Cocaine and amphetamine
PCP
Withdrawal from a stimulant
Depression, lethargy, weight gain, headache
Drug abuse causing pinpoint pupils
Opioids
20 terms
Step 1 - Psychiatry
acting out
dissociation
displacement
fixation
- expressing unacceptable feelings & thoughts through actions…
- temporary, drastic change in personality, memory, conscious…
- transferring avoided ideas & feelings to some neutral perso…
- partially remaining at a more childish level of development…
acting out
- expressing unacceptable feelings & thoughts through actions…
dissociation
- temporary, drastic change in personality, memory, conscious…
30 terms
Step 1, Psychiatry
A patient viewing a physician as a for…
A person who is discriminated against…
A man who wants another woman begins t…
A person who is secretly homosexual ra…
transference (is projection of feelings about important perso…
DISPLACEMENT (is transferring avoided feelings to a neutral p…
projection ("you think someone else has your own [bad] though…
reaction formation (replacing a warded-off idea with its oppo…
A patient viewing a physician as a for…
transference (is projection of feelings about important perso…
A person who is discriminated against…
DISPLACEMENT (is transferring avoided feelings to a neutral p…
24 terms
Psychiatry 1:50
Risk factors for ADHD
Name classes of meds other than stimul…
What is the mechanism of action of :... M…
Most common genetic cause of mental re…
Low birth weight... In Utero exp to lead, etch, cocaine, valproa…
SNRI-atomoxene, bupropion, TCA... Alpha agonists, clonidine, gau…
Blocks uptake of serotonin... Blocks uptake and release of serot…
Downs syndrome
Risk factors for ADHD
Low birth weight... In Utero exp to lead, etch, cocaine, valproa…
Name classes of meds other than stimul…
SNRI-atomoxene, bupropion, TCA... Alpha agonists, clonidine, gau…
20 terms
Psychiatry - Step 1
Antipsychotics
Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome
Atypical Antipsychotics
Litium
Haloperidol + -azines... MOA: block D2 receptors (incr cAMP)... Use…
Fever, Encephalopathy, Vital instability, Enzymes up, Rigidit…
Olanzapine, clozapine, quetiapine, risperidone, aripiprazole,…
Use: bipolar, SIADH... Toxicity: Tremor, Nephrogenic DI, Hypothy…
Antipsychotics
Haloperidol + -azines... MOA: block D2 receptors (incr cAMP)... Use…
Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome
Fever, Encephalopathy, Vital instability, Enzymes up, Rigidit…
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