- Psychotropic drugs
- Mental illness -- Chemotherapy
- Elsevier Churchill Livingstone,
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- Previous ed.: 2002.
- Includes index.
- Bibliography: p. 325.
- Introduction Section 1 - Management of the psychoses Chapter 1 The antipsychotics Chapter 2 Antipsychotic side effects of their management References Section 2 - Management of depression Chapter 3 The antidepressants Chapter 4 Side effects of antidepressants References Section 3 - Management of bipolar disorders Chapter 5 Management of acute bipolar disorder Chapter 6 Mood-stabilizers References Section 4 - Drugs for Children Chapter 7 Drugs for children References Section 5 - Management of anxiety Chapter 8 The anxiety disorders Chapter 9 Benzodiazepine anxiolytics Chapter 10 Anxiolysis and the serotonin system Chapter 11 Beta-blockers and anxiety References Section 6 - Management of sleep disorders and insomnia Chapter 12 Sleep disorders and insomnia Chapter 13 Non-pharmacological management of insomnia Chapter 14 Hypnotics Chapter 15 Sedatives References Section 7 - Management of cognitive impairment Chapter 16 Cognitive enhancement and the dementias Chapter 17 Cognitive enhancement and neuroprotection References Section 8 - Management of sexual difficulties Chapter 18 The range of sexual difficulties Chapter 19 Effects of drugs on aspects of sexual functioning Appendix 19.1 Male sexual functioning questionnaire Appendix 19.2 Female sexual functioning questionnaire References Section 9 - Management of dependence and withdrawal Chapter 20 Physical dependence type 1 Chapter 21 Physical dependence type 2 Chapter 22 Physical dependence type 3 References Section 10 - Consent, abuse and liability Chapter 23 Consent Chapter 24 Pharmacological abuse Chapter 25 Liability References Section 11 - The marketing of tranquillity Chapter 26 The ethical industry Chapter 27 Evidence-based psychiatry Chapter 28 The marketing of psychiatric disorders Chapter 29 Marketing and the ethics of resource allocation Chapter 30 Nemesis or nirvana? References Further Reading Appendix: Mental health websites Index.
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