The Prescriber's Guide (Essential Psychopharmacology Series)
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|Format:||Paperback, 620 pages, 2nd Revised edition Edition|
|Other Information: ||illustrations|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 22 May 2006|
In response to the rapid developments in psychopharmacology, this completely revised and updated edition of Stephen Stahl's much acclaimed Prescriber's Guide contains three new drugs. Almost every drug has had some changes to take into account new regulations and uses, Dr Stahl has updated every drug amending where necessary. Review from the first Prescriber's Guide '...The clinical tips and pearls that are found in each entry are invaluable - not only are dosing guidelines provided, but also the author's educated and respected opinion regarding potential advantages and disadvantages of each drug. The book's major strength is its readability and user friendliness. The art of psychopharmacology is finally given the space it deserves ...This guidebook is an excellent source of information for the art of prescribing psychotropic medications and belongs in every clinician's library.' The Annals of Pharmacotherapy
Table of Contents
Introduction; List of icons; 1. Alprazolam; 2. Amisulpride; 3. Amitriptyline; 4. Amoxapine; 5. d-Amphetamine; 6. d,l-Amphetamine; 7. Aripiprazole; 8. Atomoxetine; 9. Bupropion; 10. Buspirone; 11. Carbamazepine; 12. Chlordiazepoxide; 13. Chlorpromazine; 14. Citalopram; 15. Clomipramine; 16 Clonazepam; 17. Clonidine; 18. Clorazepate; 19. Clozapine; 20. Cyamemazine;; 21. Desipramine; 22. Diazepam; 23. Donepezil; 24. Dothiepin; 25. Doxepin; 26. Duloxetine; 27. Escitalopram; 28. Estazolam; 29. Eszopiclone; 30. Flumazenil; 31. Flunitrazepam; 32. Fluoxetine; 33. Flupenthixol; 34. Fluphenazine; 35. Flurazepam; 36. Fluvoxamine; 37. Gabapentin; 38. Galantamine; 39. Haloperidol; 40. Hydroxyzine; 41. Imipramine; 42. Isocarboxazid; 43. Lamotrigine; 44. Levetiracetam; 45. Lithium; 46. Lofepramin; 47. Loflazepate; 48. Lorazepam; 49. Loxapine; 50. Maprotiline; 51. Memantine; 52. Mesoridazine; 53. d-Methylphenidate; 54. d,l-Methylphenidate; 55. Midazolam; 56. Milnacipran; 57. Mirtazapine; 58. Moclobemide; 59. Modafinil; 60. Molindone; 61. Nefazodone; 62. Nortriptyline; 63. Olanzapine; 64. Oxazepam; 65. Oxcarbazepine; 66. Paroxetine; 67. Perospirone; 68. Perphenazine; 69. Phenelzine; 70. Pimozide; 71. Pipothiazine; 72. Pregabalin; 73. Protriptyline; 74. Quazepam; 75. Quetiapine; 76. Ramelteon; 77. Reboxetine; 78. Risperidone; 79. Rivastigmine; 80. Selegiline; 81. Sertraline; 82. Sulpiride; 83. Temazepam; 84. Thioridazine; 85. Thiothixene; 86. Tiagabine; 87. Tianeptine; 88. Topiramate; 89. Tranylcypromine; 90. Trazodone; 91. Triazolam; 92. Trifluoperazine; 93. Trimipramine; 94. Valproate; 95. Venlafaxine; 96. Zaleplon; 97. Ziprasidone; 98. Zolpidem; 99. Zonisamide; 100. Zopiclone; 101. Zotepine; 102. Zuclopenthixol; Index by drug name (generic and international trade names); Index by use; Index by class; Abbreviations; (FDA) Use-In-Pregnancy Ratings.
' ... instead of a laundry list, Dr Stahl presents what the clinician ought to be looking for - this is not your father's PDR (Physician's Desk Reference)! The clinical tips and pearls that are found in each entry are invaluable - not only are dosing guidelines provided, but also the author's educated and respected opinion regarding potential advantages and disadvantages of each drug. ... a real bargain ... The book's major strength is its readability and user friendliness. The art of psychopharmacology is finally given the space it deserves ...This guidebook is an excellent source of information for the art of prescribing psychotropic medications and belongs in every clinician's library.' The Annals of Pharmacotherapy 'I think that this manual has all the characteristics of a true bestseller. The format is very attractive, the information is complete, the consultation is easy. In no other recent text will a clinican find so much information in such a concise and user-friendly format.' Acta Psychiatrica Scandiavica, reviewer Mario Maj 'I recommend the Guide as an excellent and easy-to-read reference for practitioners who may be seeking an improved comfort zone with psychotropic drugs.' Canadian Journal of Psychiatry
|Publisher: ||Cambridge University Press|
|Dimensions: ||22.0 x 15.0 x 3.0 centimeters (0.92 kg)|