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The mainstay treatment for TCA overdose is IV ______ _______.
The ______ and 14th amendments to the constitution require that someone cannot be tried if they are not mentally competent to stand trial.
_____: characterized by decreased or slow body movement
BDZs can be lethal when mixed with alcohol. ______ depression causes death.
_____ is a SNRI often used for people with depression and neuropathic pain or in fibromyalgia.
The most important factor in assessing a patient's risk of violence is the individual's history of ______
_____: characterized by the inability to sit still.
Acute ____: characterized by twisting and abnormal postures.
Name a benzodiazepine that is not metabolized by the liver.
_____ ______: characterized by grimacing and tongue protrusion.
Elements of _____ consent (4R's): Reason for treatment, risks and benefits, reasonable alternatives, refused treament consequences.
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The choice of drug to treat the Extrapyramidal Symptoms produced by neuroleptics is ______
Minors are _____ if they are self-supporting, in the military, married, or have children.
Anticholinergics are known to exacerbate ______ disease.
______ is the only mood stabilizer shown to decrease suicidality.
SSRIs should not be used for at least __weeks before or after use of an MAOI because it may result into Serotonin Syndrome.
Buproprion is a Norepinephrine/Dopamine reuptake inhibitor that can lower ______ threshold and lacks sexual side effects. Use with caution in patients with epilepsy and eating diso
The sexual side effects of SSRI can be treated by augmenting the regimen with _______, changing to a non-SSRI antidepressant, or by adding medications like sildenafil for men.
Dry mouth, retention, fatigue, and blurry vision are some of the side effects of the TCAs. These can be attributed to the ________ effects.
Name of the 3C's of TCA's major complications.
Patients on ________ must have weekly blood draws for the first 6 months to check absolute neutrophil count and WBC counts because this medication can cause agranulocytosis. With t

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