Glossary of 125 meds Final
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- Tegretol is what type of drug?
- anti seizure/mood stabilizer
- depakote is what type of drug?
- anti-seizure/mood stabilizer
- what type of drug is neurontin? and what is special about it?
- anti seizure/mood stabilizer used often but no FDA approval
- liver toxicity is possible with what?
- antipsychotic/moodstabilizers are?
- zyprexa, seroquel, risperdal
- anxiolytic (benzo) moood stabilizer?
- threapeutic range of litium is what?
- tricyclic antidepressants include
- pamelor, elavil
- SSRI's include
- prozac, zoloft, paxil, lexapro
- SSNRI'S include>
- trazodone used for what>?
- sedation, significant anticholinergic effect.
- wellbutrin is an antidepressant that does what>?
- lowers seizure threshold, least sexual dysfunction, little side effects
- antidepressant Remeron releases what?
- MAO example of this drug is?
- nardil, parnate
- medications to avoild with mao's are>?
- demerol, over counter cold meds that contain epiniphrine
- foods to avoid with mao's are>
- smoked processed meats, corned beef, liver, soy sauce, msg, aged sheese, rip banannas,
- SSRI'S action>?
- block reuptake of serotonin
- SSNRI'S action?
- block both serotonin and norep reuptake
- Tricyclic antidepressants action is what?>
- blocking reuptake of nore and to a lesser degree serotonin
- Rispradol increases what risk
- EPS risk
- tightness jaw, tongue, neck shoulders, laryngeal spasms are what?
- acute dystonia
- drooling, tremors at rest, shuffling gait, cog wheel stiffness
- pseudoparkinson symptoms
- eyes rolling back
- muscle weakness
- tongue movement, lip smacking, lateral jaw movement, irreversible
- tardive dyskinesia
- neuroleptic malignant syndrome
- fever, increased pulse, sweating bp instability, kead pipe rigidity,
cpk increase increase wbs, systems shutdown
- traditional antipsychotics example
- atypical antipsychotic that blocks dopamine but limited eps?
- weekly or bi weekly web's required, increases seizure risk, use when resistance to other antipsychotics
- soloft should be used when?
- pm. because of the sedation
- First antidepressant used is?
- what meds are used for bi polar pts
- mood stabilizers
- sue of these can induce manic episodes?
- steroids, tricyclids, ssri's
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