Glossary of 125 final BiPolar
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- biPolar is characterized by?
- mood swings
- what class of people have bipolar
- upper socioeconomic
- what age does mania usually present by?
- bipolar is more prominate in what sex?
- both equally
- bi polar tends to be prevelant in what type of people?
- creative and intelligent
- extreme euphoria elation, grandiose delusions, sever enough to cause major areas of dysfunction
- less intense then mania, can live normal life at home. (chuck)
- mood swings for at least two yrs.
Hypomania or depression not sever enough to cause major dysfunction or hospitalization
- what medications have potential for iniating a manic episode?
- Steroids, amphetamines, tricyclic antidepressants
- treatment for bipolar is with use of mood stabalizing drugs, such as
- lithium, valproic acid, carbamazepine, or lamotrigine.
- treatment for bipolar is with use of antipsychotic drugs, such as
- what type of therapy is best for a bi polar person>
- group, they tend to try and fool the therapist alone and they tend to act better in front of their peers.
- the depression is thought of to be a result in the ?
- decrease in norepinephrine/dopamine
- mania is thought to be from the ?
- INCREASE IN NOREpineprine/dopamine
- bi polar is thought to be a problem in the imbalance of what four amines?
- norepineprine, dopamine, acetylcholine, seretonin
- What abnormality with the hippocamus is significant with bipolar?
- left side is larger
- what is shown with intracellular sodium and calcium in bipolar?
- increase in sodium and CA
- what type of intractive behavior is seen in people with bipolar
- in your face inrusive, attention seeking inflatted ego. judgement errors
- nursing interventions for risk for violence directed at others?
- assess escalation
set limits with consuwences
isolate if necessary
medicate for agitation
- nursing diagnoses for disturbed thought processes?
- short clear directions
limit setting with consequences
- risk for violence directed at others related to>?
- labile mood, poor judgment, impulsivity, grandiose thinking
- number one treatment with bipolar is what?
- impaired social interactions what interventions would you use>?
- limit group activities
politely break off hyper talkativness
- impaired social interactions as evidence by
- labile moods
inappropriate sexual behavior
- altered nutrition
- simple small meals with snacks
cue to eat
- sleep pattern disturbance evidence by decreased amount of sleep.
- quiet milieu
some directed physical activity during the day
- ineffective coping
- encourage to hold off decision making
stress and anger management
- anti seizure or mood stabilizers may produce this side effect
- two types of anti seizure mood stabilizers are
depakote (valproic acid)
- liver toxicity is possible with this med
- depakote (valproic acid)
- this mood stabilizer may cause agranulocytosis, may be used in pregnancy and is not used very frequently
- tegretol (carbamazepine)
- mood stabilizer used very frequently but no FDA approval is
- neurontin, lamictal, tripleptal
- antipsychotic mood stabilizers in clude
- zyprexa, seroquel risperdal
- zyprexa, seroquel, risperdal
are atypical antipsychotics that have been found to have problems with what>
- late onset diabetes
- anxiolytic or benzodiazipine drug used is?
- lithium carbonate aka lithium side effects include>?
- alters electrical conductivity in body cardiac with dyrhythmia
alters fluid ecectrolyte balance fluid retention increase thirst, increase urinary output
narrows therapeutic window
- general appearance of a bipolar person
- may be neglected too distracted
excessive make up change clothes all the time
- cheerful, euphoric, elated
irritable, nasty angery
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