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SSRI with some dopamine activity
atypical antipsycotic. High metabolic risk, sedating, significant weight gain
High EPSP, tardive dyskinesia,
Atypical antidepressant - no sexual side effect used for smoking cessation and ADHD
Anticonvulsant that blocks voltage sensative sodium channels and increases GABA
atypical antipsychotic - next generation risperidone. Increases QT wave, cardiac risk and weight gain.
Anticonvulsant: Great for mania, not good for depressed state.
Atypical antipsychotic.Alteration on haldol. Works as an atypical at low doses, at high doses it becomes typical. Pediatric use. 2 week injection. Lower cardiac and weight gain ris
SSRI: half life 24 hours. Good for brain trauma, post partum depression. Some dopamin
Anticonvulsant: Mechanism of action is unknown but likely works by increasing GABA and inhibiting voltage sensative sodium channels
SSRI: treats anxiety. half life is 24 hours
Anticonvusant: sedation, rash, ataxia, HYPONATREMIA, AGRANULOCYTES, NEURAL TUBE DEFECT, DECREASES THE EFFECTIVITY OF CONSTRACEPTIVES
Side effects of this anticonvulsant are FEW. (sedation, Steven Johnson reaction)
Atypical antidepressant: Depression with pain syndromes. Serotonin and norepi reuptake inhibition. similar to venlafax
SSRI with anticholinergic activity and the corresponding side effects: dry mouth, urinary retention
atypical antipsychotic. Role as an antidepressent. Causes agitation and akathesia
Anticonvulsant that increases the concentration of other drugs
Atypical antidepressant: rarely treats depression, good for insomnia. Causes priaprism
Fever, delirium, Hyper/hypotension, neuromuscuar excitability. can cause death
dyslipidemia, weight gain, diabetes, cardiac rish, death are side effects from what class of drugs
atypical antidepressent that treats parkinson's
treats bipolar. eliminated entirely through the kidneys with sodium. 2nd messenger regulation (phosphatidyl inositol system, G protein, gene expression regulation.
Atypical antidepresent: Pain syndromes (fibromyalgia) Most norepinephrin reuptake inhibition (still less than serotonin however).
Atypical antipsychotic. Large QT elevation. all symptoms are lower
SSRI to treat OCD along with depression
Anticonvulsant: Inhibits voltage senitive sodium channels, inhibits glutamate release, Blocks calcium.
first atypical antipsychotic. AGRANULOCYTOISIS. (seizures, sedation, salivation, myocarditis,)
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First letter of all ssri in alphabetical order
Block reuptake of serotonin and norepinephrin. for pain management and OCD. Increases the QT wave, sedation, apitite, orthostatic hypertension, dry mouth/ urinaryretension
Atypical antidepressant: Some antihistamine effect = weight gain and sedation. Great for cancer patients
What is the rank of weight gain and CM risk from greatest to least (first letter)
What does dopamine suppress
Atypical antidepressant: Antagonist to presynaptic alpha 2 adrenergic auto-receptor. Stops the negative feedback
Atypical antidepressant: Used for generalized anxiety disorder. Norepi and serotonin reuptake inhibitor. great for those on many medications
Anticonvulsant: not good for the treatment of manic phase, but GOOD FOR TREATMENT OF DEPRESSED PHASE WITHOUT FLIPPING PT. INTO MANIA
This anticonvusant revs up the liver for metabolism, and will decrease the drug levels for itself and all other drugs after 2 weeks of adminstration
Bad SSRI for BPH (benign prostatic hypertrophy)
Atypical antidepressant (not an SSRI) Serotonin presynaptic reuptake inhibitor post synaptic 5-HT2 post synaptic antagonist. Sedating and is hepatically metabolized
SSRI. 2-3 day half life. No withdrawl symptoms
treatment for atypical depression subtypes. Blocks metabolism of serotonin norepi an dopamine. Nonreversible. Can't eat tyrosine rich food.
What is the first letter of each of the atypical antidepressants in alphabetical order
Atypical antipsychotic - used in those with parkinsons. antidepressant (norepi)
What neurotransmitter is released from the nerves innervated by serotonin nerves
SSRI - half life with 24 hours. few drug interactions so it is great for someone on multiple medications
What receptors do typical antipsycotics block
shorter D2 binding, 5HT2A antoagonism are the main mechanisms of action for what drugs
high potentcy antipsychotic
Not an SSRI: MA not understood but increases Norepi and dopamine. can cause seizure so never give to an eating disorder patient.
low potency antipsychotic
Sleep distubences, nausea, sexual dysfunction, delayed ejacualtion are side effects of what class of drug
Side effect is diabetes insipidus, hypothyroidism, weight gain, SA node disruption, Ebsteins abnormality (in utero heart defect), and leukocytosis
tremor, vomiting, ataxia, dysarthria, confusion, seizures
Anticonvulsant. Effective against acute phase of mania, mania recurrence, and bipolar II. Not a good antidepressant. P450 hepatic metabolism
Side effect of this anticonvulsant: Sedation, weight gain, allopecia, tremor, INSULIN RESISTANCE, THROMBOCYTOPENIA, HEPATOTOXICITY, TERATOGEN (NEURAL TUBE DEFECTS)

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