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Psychiatry: Clerkship
1st line pharmacotherapy for DEPRESSION
Antidepressants associated with HYPERT…
Dopamine ANTAGONISTS SE's
A 17 y.o. girl has LEFT ARM PARALYSIS…
SSRIs (e.g. Fluoxetine, Paroxetine, Sertraline, Citalopram)... *…
MAOIs (e.g., Phenylzine)... SEs: Hypertensive crisis if taken w…
Galactorrhea, impotence, menstrual dysfunction, and ↓ libido.
Conversion Disorder... ***Spontaneous remission in 95% of acute…
1st line pharmacotherapy for DEPRESSION
SSRIs (e.g. Fluoxetine, Paroxetine, Sertraline, Citalopram)... *…
Antidepressants associated with HYPERT…
MAOIs (e.g., Phenylzine)... SEs: Hypertensive crisis if taken w…
31 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship
DSM criteria for GAD
DSM criteria for panic attacks / panic…
DSM criteria for MDD
Criteria for schizophrenia
1. Excessive anxiety and worry occurring more days that not f…
Unexpectd recurrent panic attacks, followed in at least one i…
severely depressed mood that persists for at least two weeks.…
delusion, hallucinations, disorganized speech and behaviour,…
DSM criteria for GAD
1. Excessive anxiety and worry occurring more days that not f…
DSM criteria for panic attacks / panic…
Unexpectd recurrent panic attacks, followed in at least one i…
Psychiatry clerkship
Which of the following neuroimaging fi…
Which of the following neuroimaging fi…
Which of the following neuroimaging fi…
Which of the following neuroimaging fi…
Autism = increased total brain volume
OCD = Orbito-frontal cortex and striatum abnomalities
pAnic disorder = decreased volume of Amygdala
PTSD = decreased volume of hippocampus
Which of the following neuroimaging fi…
Autism = increased total brain volume
Which of the following neuroimaging fi…
OCD = Orbito-frontal cortex and striatum abnomalities
182 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship
Bipolar I
Incidence of bipolar I
Risk of incidence of BPDI in identical…
What can mimic BPDI sxs in an ederly pt?
Manic episode cycled with depressive episodes
1%
80-90%
Medical cause like frontal hemisphere stroke
Bipolar I
Manic episode cycled with depressive episodes
Incidence of bipolar I
1%
158 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship
DRESS syndrome
man with LRQ pain for 3 yrs, workups a…
cancers that cause MULTIPLE brain mets…
titubation
= Drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms... - ra…
- illness anxiety disorder!... because he's convinced himself t…
- lung CA... - melanoma... (solitary mets = breast, colon, RCC)
forward + backward movement of the trunk... seen in cerebellar…
DRESS syndrome
= Drug reaction with eosinophilia and systemic symptoms... - ra…
man with LRQ pain for 3 yrs, workups a…
- illness anxiety disorder!... because he's convinced himself t…
Psychiatry Clerkship
75 y.o. man with manic sx for the firs…
What medications do you avoid in a man…
What meds do you start in a manic pati…
What EKG findings are associated with…
right frontal hemispheric stroke
SSRIs and TCAs (can trigger mania)
1.Haloperidol or clonazepam... 2. Lithium, valproate, carbamazep…
T wave flattening or inversion... U waves
75 y.o. man with manic sx for the firs…
right frontal hemispheric stroke
What medications do you avoid in a man…
SSRIs and TCAs (can trigger mania)
Psychiatry Clerkship
most common personality disorders asso…
MOA of venlafaxine
most common personality disorder assoc…
common comorbid disease of factitious…
histrionic personality disorder in women; antisocial personal…
at higher doses, acts as a serotonin and NE reuptake inhibitor
borderline and histrionic
depression, anxiety, and SI
most common personality disorders asso…
histrionic personality disorder in women; antisocial personal…
MOA of venlafaxine
at higher doses, acts as a serotonin and NE reuptake inhibitor
10 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship
Antipsychotics (Neuroleptics)
Atypical Antipsychotics
Diagnosis?... Conjunctival injection... Dry…
Triad:... Respiratory depression... Pinpoint…
Haloperidol... trifluoperazine... fluphenazine... thioridazine... chlorpr…
Olanzapine... clozapine... quetiapine... risperidone... aripiprazole... zipr…
Cannabis overdose
Opioid overdose
Antipsychotics (Neuroleptics)
Haloperidol... trifluoperazine... fluphenazine... thioridazine... chlorpr…
Atypical Antipsychotics
Olanzapine... clozapine... quetiapine... risperidone... aripiprazole... zipr…
60 terms
Psychiatry clerkship
Antidepressants used to treat OCD:
AD's used to treat panic disorder:
AD's used to treat eating disorders:
AD's used to treat persistent depressi…
SSRIs (in high doses)... TCAs (clomipramine)
SSRIs... TCAs... MAOIs
SSRIs (in high doses)... TCAs
SSRIs, SNRIs (venlafaxine, duloxetine)
Antidepressants used to treat OCD:
SSRIs (in high doses)... TCAs (clomipramine)
AD's used to treat panic disorder:
SSRIs... TCAs... MAOIs
186 terms
psychiatry clerkship
2nd gen antipsychotics that cause weig…
zyprexa
remeron
seroquel
clozapine and olanzapine... then quetiapine
olanzapine
mirtazapine
quetiapine
2nd gen antipsychotics that cause weig…
clozapine and olanzapine... then quetiapine
zyprexa
olanzapine
Psychiatry Clerkship
mood
affect
thought process
loosening of associations
______ is the emotion that the pt tells you he feels or is co…
______ is an assessment of how the pt's mood appears to the e…
_________ ______________ is the patient's form of thinking -…
___________ ___ __________ is when there is no logical connec…
mood
______ is the emotion that the pt tells you he feels or is co…
affect
______ is an assessment of how the pt's mood appears to the e…
Psychiatry Clerkship
GAD Treatment GAD treatment
Phobia treatment
Panic attacks treatment
OCD Treatment
Psychotherapy + possible SSRI
CBT + BB for public speaking phobias
Short term = benzos to abort ... Long term = SSRI + poss. psycho…
SSRI
GAD Treatment GAD treatment
Psychotherapy + possible SSRI
Phobia treatment
CBT + BB for public speaking phobias
83 terms
Psychiatry clerkship
NSAIDs (except sulindac & ASA)
psychomotor retardation
akinesia
automatism
What can increase lithium [ ]?
slowness of voluntary & involuntary movements
absence of movement
involuntary movement that occurs during an altered state of c…
NSAIDs (except sulindac & ASA)
What can increase lithium [ ]?
psychomotor retardation
slowness of voluntary & involuntary movements
293 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship
Anorexic patients who get preggo have…
clozapine is associated with what fear…
How to tell apart prolactinoma from me…
Treatment for acute dystonia in psych…
premature and small for gestational age babby
agranulocytosis
prolactinoma has prolactin levels greater than 200
anticholinergic (benztropine)... and antihistamine
Anorexic patients who get preggo have…
premature and small for gestational age babby
clozapine is associated with what fear…
agranulocytosis
124 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship
Parts of the MSE
What is a persecutory delusion?
What is a delusion of reference?
What is erotomania?
Appearance and behaviour... Speech... Emotion (mood and affect)... Per…
belief that others are trying to cause harm to you
interpreting publicly known events/celebrities as having dire…
belief that another is in love with you
Parts of the MSE
Appearance and behaviour... Speech... Emotion (mood and affect)... Per…
What is a persecutory delusion?
belief that others are trying to cause harm to you
32 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship
Paranoid Delusions
Ideas of Reference
Thought Broadcasting
Thought Insertion
Irrational belief of being persecuted
"TV characters are talking directly to me"; Cues from the ext…
Thoughts can be heard by others
Planting thoughts
Paranoid Delusions
Irrational belief of being persecuted
Ideas of Reference
"TV characters are talking directly to me"; Cues from the ext…
44 terms
Psychiatry clerkship
What are the risk factors for suicide?
What is the strongest single factor pr…
What is the treatment for akathisia?
What is a life-threatening condition c…
SADPERSONS... Sex, age, depression, previous attempt, etoh, rati…
History of suicide attempts
Bento, atypical medication, beta blockers, reduce dose
NMS
What are the risk factors for suicide?
SADPERSONS... Sex, age, depression, previous attempt, etoh, rati…
What is the strongest single factor pr…
History of suicide attempts
psychiatry clerkship
seratonin syndrome sx
what drugs cause hyperprolactinemia?
NMS sx
list of SSRI's
myoclonic jerks, rhabdomyolysis, confusion, flushing, diaphor…
high-potency typical anti-psychotics (haloperidol, fluphenazi…
mental status changes, elevated CPK, lead pipe rigidity, feve…
fluoxetine, sertraline, paroxetine, citalopram, escitalopram,…
seratonin syndrome sx
myoclonic jerks, rhabdomyolysis, confusion, flushing, diaphor…
what drugs cause hyperprolactinemia?
high-potency typical anti-psychotics (haloperidol, fluphenazi…
340 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship
chlorpromazine
thioridazine
trifluoperazine
risperidone
1st gen antipsychotic
1st gen antipsychotic, low potency
1st gen antipsychotic
2nd gen antipsychotic
chlorpromazine
1st gen antipsychotic
thioridazine
1st gen antipsychotic, low potency
Psychiatry Clerkship
How long does someone need to try an S…
List of depression meds going from mos…
List of depression meds going from mor…
Depression med useful for Substance ab…
6 weeks
Activating... Bupropion... Venlafaxine, duloxetine... Fluoxetine... Sertr…
Weight gain:... Mirtazapine... Paroxetine... TCA... Neutral... Sertraline... E…
Nicotine- bupropion... Meth- Mirtazapine
How long does someone need to try an S…
6 weeks
List of depression meds going from mos…
Activating... Bupropion... Venlafaxine, duloxetine... Fluoxetine... Sertr…
70 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship Pharm
Citalopram (Celexa)
Escitalopram (Lexapro)
Fluoxetine (Prozac)
Fluvoxamine (Luvox)
SSRI
SSRI
SSRI
SSRI
Citalopram (Celexa)
SSRI
Escitalopram (Lexapro)
SSRI
810 terms
Psychiatry Core Clerkship
what is the effect of NSAIDs on lithiu…
psychomotor retardation is AKA what?
when is the term akinesia used?
what are automatisms?
NSAIDs ↓ lithium excretion → ↑ lithium concentrations... (except…
hypokinesia or bradykinesia
in extreme cases where an absence of movement is observed
involuntary movements that occur during an altered state of c…
what is the effect of NSAIDs on lithiu…
NSAIDs ↓ lithium excretion → ↑ lithium concentrations... (except…
psychomotor retardation is AKA what?
hypokinesia or bradykinesia
247 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship- Pharmacology
What set of side effects is most commo…
What are the cause and presentation of…
How is serotonin syndrome avoided?
What are the classic causes of hyperte…
anti-Histamine: sedation, weight gain... anti-Adrenergic: hypote…
CAUSE too much serotonin, classically when selective serotoni…
Give a two-week break between ending use of a MAOI and starti…
buildup of stores catecholamines... MAOIs plus foods with tyrami…
What set of side effects is most commo…
anti-Histamine: sedation, weight gain... anti-Adrenergic: hypote…
What are the cause and presentation of…
CAUSE too much serotonin, classically when selective serotoni…
51 terms
Neurocognitive disorders Psychiatry Clerkship
Perfect score on mini mental status ex…
Dysfunction score on mini mental statu…
Impairment of memory and other cogniti…
Dementia incidence increases with what?
30
< 25
Dementia
Age
Perfect score on mini mental status ex…
30
Dysfunction score on mini mental statu…
< 25
105 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship- Pharmacology/ Treatment
What are the HAM side effects of TCAs…
What combo of meds classically causes…
What does an MAOI + tyramine-rich food…
Extrapyramidal side effects from _____…
anti-Histamine= sedation, wt gain... anti-Adrenergic= hypotensio…
SSRI + MAOI (should not take SSRI w/in 2 weeks of MAOI)... SSRI…
hypertensive crisis
first generation antipsychotics... parkinsonism... akathisia... dystonia
What are the HAM side effects of TCAs…
anti-Histamine= sedation, wt gain... anti-Adrenergic= hypotensio…
What combo of meds classically causes…
SSRI + MAOI (should not take SSRI w/in 2 weeks of MAOI)... SSRI…
170 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship Flashcards
How can NSAID Use effect Lithium excre…
What are the three phases of schizophr…
Describe the Mesolimbic Dopamine Pathw…
Describe the mesocortical dopamine pat…
NSAIDS decrease blood flow to the kidney. Lithium is solely e…
1. Prodromal-Decline in functioning before the first psychoti…
-This pathway is releasing TOO MUCH DOPAMINE. This causes the…
This pathway is NOT releasing enough dopamine. This causes th…
How can NSAID Use effect Lithium excre…
NSAIDS decrease blood flow to the kidney. Lithium is solely e…
What are the three phases of schizophr…
1. Prodromal-Decline in functioning before the first psychoti…
186 terms
psychiatry clerkship meds misc
2nd gen antipsychotics that cause weig…
zyprexa
remeron
seroquel
clozapine and olanzapine... then quetiapine
olanzapine
mirtazapine
quetiapine
2nd gen antipsychotics that cause weig…
clozapine and olanzapine... then quetiapine
zyprexa
olanzapine
18 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship Pharmacology
Paroxetine (Paxil)
Fluoxetine (Prozac)
Sertraline (Zoloft)
Fluvoxamine (Luvox)
SSRI... Short-half life = withdrawal... Sedation and Sexual dysfunc…
SSRI... Childhood depression... Safe in Pregnancy
SSRI... GI Disturbances
SSRI... Approved only for use in OCD
Paroxetine (Paxil)
SSRI... Short-half life = withdrawal... Sedation and Sexual dysfunc…
Fluoxetine (Prozac)
SSRI... Childhood depression... Safe in Pregnancy
51 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship - Pharmacology
ADHD
ADHD - Stimulants
S/S Intoxication with Amphetamines/Coc…
S/S withdrawal from Amphetamines/Cocaine
Subclasses: Stimulants, Non-stimulants
Dextroamphetamine (ProCentra, Dexedrine, Dextrostat), Methylp…
Euphoria, grandiosity, pupillary dilation, prolonged wakefu…
Crash with...Anhedonia, increased appetite, hypersomnolence
ADHD
Subclasses: Stimulants, Non-stimulants
ADHD - Stimulants
Dextroamphetamine (ProCentra, Dexedrine, Dextrostat), Methylp…
45 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship Pharm
Fluvoxamine (Luvox)
Paroxetine (Paxil)
Duloxetine (Cymbalta)
Desvenlafaxine (Pristiq)
SSRI
SSRI
SNRI
SNRI
Fluvoxamine (Luvox)
SSRI
Paroxetine (Paxil)
SSRI
247 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship- Pharmacology
What set of side effects is most commo…
What are the cause and presentation of…
How is serotonin syndrome avoided?
What are the classic causes of hyperte…
anti-Histamine: sedation, weight gain... anti-Adrenergic: hypote…
CAUSE too much serotonin, classically when selective serotoni…
Give a two-week break between ending use of a MAOI and starti…
buildup of stores catecholamines... MAOIs plus foods with tyrami…
What set of side effects is most commo…
anti-Histamine: sedation, weight gain... anti-Adrenergic: hypote…
What are the cause and presentation of…
CAUSE too much serotonin, classically when selective serotoni…
206 terms
First Aid: Psychiatry Clerkship
What are delusions?
What are delusions of persecution/para…
What is ideas of reference?
What are delusions of control?
Fixed, false beliefs that cannot be altered by rational argum…
Irrational belief that one is being persecuted CIA is after m…
Belief that cues in the external environment are uniquely rel…
Includes thought broadcasting (belief that ones thoughts can…
What are delusions?
Fixed, false beliefs that cannot be altered by rational argum…
What are delusions of persecution/para…
Irrational belief that one is being persecuted CIA is after m…
247 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship- Pharmacology
What set of side effects is most commo…
What are the cause and presentation of…
How is serotonin syndrome avoided?
What are the classic causes of hyperte…
anti-Histamine: sedation, weight gain... anti-Adrenergic: hypote…
CAUSE too much serotonin, classically when selective serotoni…
Give a two-week break between ending use of a MAOI and starti…
buildup of stores catecholamines... MAOIs plus foods with tyrami…
What set of side effects is most commo…
anti-Histamine: sedation, weight gain... anti-Adrenergic: hypote…
What are the cause and presentation of…
CAUSE too much serotonin, classically when selective serotoni…
40 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship Drugs
classes of Anti-depressants (3)
how long does it take for anti-depress…
what is "withdrawal phenomenon" associ…
SSRI (why used, examples of drugs)
SSRI, TCA, MAOI
approximately 3-4 weeks
dizziness, headaches, nausea, insomnia malaise (therefore you…
why used: low risk of side effects (due to serotonin selectiv…
classes of Anti-depressants (3)
SSRI, TCA, MAOI
how long does it take for anti-depress…
approximately 3-4 weeks
Psychiatry Clerkship- Pharmacology
What set of side effects is most commo…
What are the cause and presentation of…
How is serotonin syndrome avoided?
What are the classic causes of hyperte…
anti-Histamine: sedation, weight gain... anti-Adrenergic: hypote…
CAUSE too much serotonin, classically when selective serotoni…
Give a two-week break between ending use of a MAOI and starti…
buildup of stores catecholamines... MAOIs plus foods with tyrami…
What set of side effects is most commo…
anti-Histamine: sedation, weight gain... anti-Adrenergic: hypote…
What are the cause and presentation of…
CAUSE too much serotonin, classically when selective serotoni…
Psychiatry clerkship - Drugs
antiHistamine (sedation and weight gai…
Confusion, flushing, diaphoresis, remp…
Caused by a buildup of stored catechol…
Parkinsonism (masklike face, cogwheel…
What are the HAM side effects and what drugs are they associa…
What are the symptoms of serotonin syndrome?
What is a hypertensive crisis and what drugs are associated w…
What are the extrapyramidal side effects associated with high…
antiHistamine (sedation and weight gai…
What are the HAM side effects and what drugs are they associa…
Confusion, flushing, diaphoresis, remp…
What are the symptoms of serotonin syndrome?
105 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship- Pharmacology/ Treatment
What are the HAM side effects of TCAs…
What combo of meds classically causes…
What does an MAOI + tyramine-rich food…
Extrapyramidal side effects from _____…
anti-Histamine= sedation, wt gain... anti-Adrenergic= hypotensio…
SSRI + MAOI (should not take SSRI w/in 2 weeks of MAOI)... SSRI…
hypertensive crisis
first generation antipsychotics... parkinsonism... akathisia... dystonia
What are the HAM side effects of TCAs…
anti-Histamine= sedation, wt gain... anti-Adrenergic= hypotensio…
What combo of meds classically causes…
SSRI + MAOI (should not take SSRI w/in 2 weeks of MAOI)... SSRI…
Psychiatry Clerkship Psych Drugs
Prolong QT?
Drugs also used for pain?
Can't break the capsule
Discontinuation syndromes are bad for…
TCAs (even subtherapeutic doses)... Citalopram (dose-dep, >40mg)…
Duloxetine (SNRI)... Venlafaxine ... Lamotrigine
Duloxetine
paroxetine... venlafaxine
Prolong QT?
TCAs (even subtherapeutic doses)... Citalopram (dose-dep, >40mg)…
Drugs also used for pain?
Duloxetine (SNRI)... Venlafaxine ... Lamotrigine
69 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship Epidemiology
Leading cause of disability among adul…
Lifetime prevalence of MDD in males?
Lifetime prevalence of MDD in females?
Relative risk of MDD in primary relati…
Major Depressive Disorder
12%
20%
2-3
Leading cause of disability among adul…
Major Depressive Disorder
Lifetime prevalence of MDD in males?
12%
69 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship Epidemiology
Leading cause of disability among adul…
Lifetime prevalence of MDD in males?
Lifetime prevalence of MDD in females?
Relative risk of MDD in primary relati…
Major Depressive Disorder
12%
20%
2-3
Leading cause of disability among adul…
Major Depressive Disorder
Lifetime prevalence of MDD in males?
12%
59 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship Psych Drugs
Prolong QT?
Drugs also used for pain?
Can't break the capsule
Discontinuation syndromes are bad for…
TCAs (even subtherapeutic doses)... Citalopram (dose-dep, >40mg)…
Duloxetine (SNRI)... Venlafaxine ... Lamotrigine
Duloxetine
paroxetine... venlafaxine
Prolong QT?
TCAs (even subtherapeutic doses)... Citalopram (dose-dep, >40mg)…
Drugs also used for pain?
Duloxetine (SNRI)... Venlafaxine ... Lamotrigine
53 terms
Psychiatry UWorld, Psychatry Clerkship
What is risperidone used to treat?
MOA of risperidone?
Side effects of risperidone?
MOA of valproic acid?
-schizophrenia... -bipolar disorder
-dopamine antagonist
-weight gain... -hyperprolactinemia
-increases GABA
What is risperidone used to treat?
-schizophrenia... -bipolar disorder
MOA of risperidone?
-dopamine antagonist
42 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship Rotation
What medications can be used to treat…
What effects to stimulants have on ADHD?
Match the disorder (ADHD, depression,…
What are the side effects of stimulant…
1. methylphenidates - block reuptake of norepinephrine and do…
increase norepinephrine an dopamine... 1. methylphenidates block…
ADHD - decreased levels of norepinephrine and dopamine... depres…
SIDE EFFECTS (1 and 2 are by far the most significant)... 1. app…
What medications can be used to treat…
1. methylphenidates - block reuptake of norepinephrine and do…
What effects to stimulants have on ADHD?
increase norepinephrine an dopamine... 1. methylphenidates block…
59 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship Psych Drugs
Prolong QT?
Drugs also used for pain?
Can't break the capsule
Discontinuation syndromes are bad for…
TCAs (even subtherapeutic doses)... Citalopram (dose-dep, >40mg)…
Duloxetine (SNRI)... Venlafaxine ... Lamotrigine
Duloxetine
paroxetine... venlafaxine
Prolong QT?
TCAs (even subtherapeutic doses)... Citalopram (dose-dep, >40mg)…
Drugs also used for pain?
Duloxetine (SNRI)... Venlafaxine ... Lamotrigine
336 terms
First Aid for the Psychiatry Clerkship
Suicide Risk ("SAD PERSONS")
Mania ("DIG FAST")
Depression ("SIG E. CAPS")
_________ is a psychiatric disorder ch…
Sex, Male... Age >60... Depression... Previous Attempt... Ethanol/Drug Ab…
Distractibility... Irritable Mood / Insomnia... Grandiosity... Flight…
Sleep... Interest... Guilt... Energy... Concentration... Appetite... Psychomoto…
Schizophrenia
Suicide Risk ("SAD PERSONS")
Sex, Male... Age >60... Depression... Previous Attempt... Ethanol/Drug Ab…
Mania ("DIG FAST")
Distractibility... Irritable Mood / Insomnia... Grandiosity... Flight…
336 terms
First Aid for the Psychiatry Clerkship
Suicide Risk ("SAD PERSONS")
Mania ("DIG FAST")
Depression ("SIG E. CAPS")
_________ is a psychiatric disorder ch…
Sex, Male... Age >60... Depression... Previous Attempt... Ethanol/Drug Ab…
Distractibility... Irritable Mood / Insomnia... Grandiosity... Flight…
Sleep... Interest... Guilt... Energy... Concentration... Appetite... Psychomoto…
Schizophrenia
Suicide Risk ("SAD PERSONS")
Sex, Male... Age >60... Depression... Previous Attempt... Ethanol/Drug Ab…
Mania ("DIG FAST")
Distractibility... Irritable Mood / Insomnia... Grandiosity... Flight…
336 terms
First Aid for the Psychiatry Clerkship
Suicide Risk ("SAD PERSONS")
Mania ("DIG FAST")
Depression ("SIG E. CAPS")
_________ is a psychiatric disorder ch…
Sex, Male... Age >60... Depression... Previous Attempt... Ethanol/Drug Ab…
Distractibility... Irritable Mood / Insomnia... Grandiosity... Flight…
Sleep... Interest... Guilt... Energy... Concentration... Appetite... Psychomoto…
Schizophrenia
Suicide Risk ("SAD PERSONS")
Sex, Male... Age >60... Depression... Previous Attempt... Ethanol/Drug Ab…
Mania ("DIG FAST")
Distractibility... Irritable Mood / Insomnia... Grandiosity... Flight…
92 terms
Psychiatry Clerkship 2016: Medications and Therapies
Provide examples of important CYP450 I…
Provide examples of important CYP450 I…
Define dystonia
Define Parkinsonism
Smoking (1A2)... Carbamazepine (1A2, 2C9, 3A4)... Barbiturates (2C9…
Fluvoxamine (1A2, 2D6, 3A4)... Fluoxetine (2C19, 2C9, 2D6)... Parox…
Neurological movement disorder with sustained muscle contract…
Can develop between 4 days and 4 months after receiving an an…
Provide examples of important CYP450 I…
Smoking (1A2)... Carbamazepine (1A2, 2C9, 3A4)... Barbiturates (2C9…
Provide examples of important CYP450 I…
Fluvoxamine (1A2, 2D6, 3A4)... Fluoxetine (2C19, 2C9, 2D6)... Parox…
175 terms
Psychopharmacology - FA for psychiatry clerkship
Main side effects in a nutshell! (10)
Anti-histamine (cause, sx)
Anti-adrenergic (cause, sx)
Anti-muscarinic (cause, sx, 5)
- HAM (anti-histamine, anti-adrenergic, anti-muscarinic)... - Se…
w/ TCA's & low-potency antipsychotics... - Sedation... - Weight gain
w/ TCA's & low-potency antipsychotics... - Hypotension
w/ TCA's & low-potency antipsychotics... - Dry mouth... - Blurry v…
Main side effects in a nutshell! (10)
- HAM (anti-histamine, anti-adrenergic, anti-muscarinic)... - Se…
Anti-histamine (cause, sx)
w/ TCA's & low-potency antipsychotics... - Sedation... - Weight gain
336 terms
First Aid for the Psychiatry Clerkship
Suicide Risk ("SAD PERSONS")
Mania ("DIG FAST")
Depression ("SIG E. CAPS")
_________ is a psychiatric disorder ch…
Sex, Male... Age >60... Depression... Previous Attempt... Ethanol/Drug Ab…
Distractibility... Irritable Mood / Insomnia... Grandiosity... Flight…
Sleep... Interest... Guilt... Energy... Concentration... Appetite... Psychomoto…
Schizophrenia
Suicide Risk ("SAD PERSONS")
Sex, Male... Age >60... Depression... Previous Attempt... Ethanol/Drug Ab…
Mania ("DIG FAST")
Distractibility... Irritable Mood / Insomnia... Grandiosity... Flight…
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