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Prescriber’s Guide 6th edition – Stephen M. Stahl

Titulo del libro: Prescriber’s Guide

Autor del libro: Stephen M. Stahl

Edición de libro: 6th edition

Formato de libro: EBook

Date published: 2017

Illustrator: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 978-1-316-61813-4

Número de páginas: 894

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Prescriber’s Guide 6th edition

This Guide is intended to complement Stahl’s Essential Psychopharmacology. Stahl’s Essential Psychopharmacology emphasizes mechanisms of action and how psychotropic drugs work upon receptors and enzymes in the brain. This Guide gives practical information on how to use these drugs in clinical practice.
It would be impossible to include all available information about any drug in a single work, and no attempt is made here to be comprehensive. The purpose of this Guide is instead to integrate the art of clinical practice with the science of psychopharmacology. That means including only essential facts in order to keep things short. Unfortunately that also means excluding less critical facts as well as extraneous information, which may nevertheless be useful to the reader but would make the book too long and dilute the most important information. In deciding what to include and what to omit, the author has drawn upon common sense and 30 years of clinical experience with patients. He has also consulted with many experienced clinicians and analyzed the evidence from controlled clinical trials and regulatory fi lings with government agencies.
In order to meet the needs of the clinician and to facilitate future updates of this Guide , the opinions of readers are sincerely solicited. Feedback can be emailed to feedback@neiglobal.com. Specifi cally, are the best and most essential psychotropic drugs included here? Do you fi nd any factual errors? Are there agreements or disagreements with any of the opinions expressed here? Are there suggestions for any additional tips or pearls for future editions? Any and all suggestions and comments are welcomed.


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CONTENIDO:

  • Introduction
  • List of icons
  • 1. acamprosate
  • 2. agomelatine
  • 3. alprazolam
  • 4. amisulpride
  • 5. amitriptyline
  • 6. amoxapine
  • 7. amphetamine (d)
  • 8. amphetamine (d,l)
  • 9. aripiprazole
  • 10. armodafi nil
  • 11. asenapine
  • 12. atomoxetine
  • 13. benztropine
  • 14. blonanserin
  • 15. brexpiprazole
  • 16. buprenorphine
  • 17. bupropion
  • 18. buspirone
  • 19. caprylidene
  • 20. carbamazepine
  • 21. cariprazine
  • 22. chlordiazepoxide
  • 23. chlorpromazine
  • 24. citalopram
  • 25. clomipramine
  • 26. clonazepam
  • 27. clonidine
  • 28. clorazepate
  • 29. clozapine
  • 30. cyamemazine
  • 31. desipramine
  • 32. desvenlafaxine
  • 33. dextromethorphan
  • 34. diazepam
  • 35. diphenhydramine
  • 36. disulfi ram
  • 37. donepezil
  • 38. dothiepin
  • 39. doxepin
  • 40. duloxetine
  • 41. escitalopram
  • 42. estazolam
  • 43. eszopiclone
  • 44. fl ibanserin
  • 45. fl umazenil
  • 46. fl unitrazepam
  • 47. fl uoxetine
  • 48. fl upenthixol
  • 49. fl uphenazine
  • 50. fl urazepam
  • 51. fl uvoxamine
  • 52. gabapentin
  • 53. galantamine
  • 54. guanfacine
  • 55. haloperidol
  • 56. hydroxyzine
  • 57. iloperidone
  • 58. imipramine
  • 59. isocarboxazid
  • 60. ketamine
  • 61. lamotrigine
  • 62. levetiracetam
  • 63. levomilnacipran
  • 64. lisdexamfetamine
  • 65. lithium
  • 66. lofepramine
  • 67. lofl azeptate
  • 68. lorazepam
  • 69. lorcaserin
  • 70. loxapine
  • 71. lurasidone
  • 72. maprotiline
  • 73. memantine
  • 74. mesoridazine
  • 75. methylfolate (l)
  • 76. methylphenidate (d)
  • 77. methylphenidate (d,l)
  • 78. mianserin
  • 79. midazolam
  • 80. milnacipran
  • 81. mirtazapine
  • 82. moclobemide
  • 83. modafi nil
  • 84. molindone
  • 85. nalmefene
  • 86. naltrexone
  • 87. naltrexone-bupropion
  • 88. nefazodone
  • 89. nortriptyline
  • 90. olanzapine
  • 91. oxazepam
  • 92. oxcarbazepine
  • 93. paliperidone
  • 94. paroxetine
  • 95. perospirone
  • 96. perphenazine
  • 97. phenelzine
  • 98. phentermine-topiramate
  • 99. pimavanserin
  • 100. pimozide
  • 101. pipothiazine
  • 102. prazosin
  • 103. pregabalin
  • 104. propranolol
  • 105. protriptyline
  • 106. quazepam
  • 107. quetiapine
  • 108. ramelteon
  • 109. reboxetine
  • 110. risperidone
  • 111. rivastigmine
  • 112. selegiline
  • 113. sertindole
  • 114. sertraline
  • 115. sodium oxybate
  • 116. sulpiride
  • 117. suvorexant
  • 118. tasimelteon
  • 119. temazepam
  • 120. thioridazine
  • 121. thiothixene
  • 122. tiagabine
  • 123. tianeptine
  • 124. topiramate
  • 125. tranylcypromide
  • 126. trazodone
  • 127. triazolam
  • 128. trifl uoperazine
  • 129. trihexyphenidyl
  • 130. triiodothyronine
  • 131. trimipramine
  • 132. valproate
  • 133. varenicline
  • 134. venlafaxine
  • 135. vilazodone
  • 136. vortioxetine
  • 137. zaleplon
  • 138. ziprasidone
  • 139. zolpidem
  • 140. zonisamide
  • 141. zopiclone
  • 142. zotepine
  • 143. zuclopenthixol
  • Index by drug name
  • Index by use
  • Index by class
  • Abbreviations
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