PDR Drug Guide for Mental Health Professionals, Page 578

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David W. Sifton, PDR Staff
Thomson/PDR, 2002 - Medical - 861 pages
The growing use of psychotropic drugs has brought new opportunities and fresh challenges to the medical health care professional. That′s why this PDR Drug Guide for Mental Health Professionals was created: It will help you understand the beneficial effects – and the dangerous side effects – of today′s potent psychotherapeutic edications. Its focus is psychotopic drugs over 70 common ones are profiled by brand name. When you need to know – you need this guide.

Because it covers the emotional and psychological side effects of all the most commonly used prescription drugs and details how they can interact with psychotropoic medications – this PDR guide can suggest potential solutions to a broad range of unexplained clinical problems. A global view of the patient′s total medication profile often yields a simple solution to seemingly intractable dilemmas.

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Interactions with Psychotropic Drugs
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Section 3
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Section 4
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