4 edition of Drug-induced neurological disorders found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|LC Classifications||RC346 .J34 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 389 p. :|
|Number of Pages||389|
|LC Control Number||95079406|
Drug-induced diseases Drug-induced neurological disease E M R CRITCHLEY British Medical Journal, , 1, Most clinicians acquire a wide practical knowledge of drug induced disease. Drug trials and drug legislation cannot antici pate every circumstantial interaction or protoplasmic defect, and pharmaceutical research must continue to. Substance use disorders include substance abuse and substance dependence. In DSM-IV, the conditions are formally diagnosed as one or the other, but it has been proposed that DSM-V combine the two into a single condition called "Substance-use disorder".. Changes in Classification. The more recently published DSM-5 combined substance abuse and substance dependence into a single continuum; this Specialty: Psychiatry, clinical psychology.
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The first edition of this book was widely acclaimed as a unique and practical review and reference, that deserves to be in the library of every practicing psychiatrist or neurologist.
Now fully revised and expanded by 25% to take account of new findings over the past years, the book presents an account of drug-induced disorders which should be considered in the differential diagnosis of a wide. Drug Induced Neurological Disorders Revised, Expanded, Subsequent Edition by K.
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Epidemiology and Clinical Significance -- Ch. Pathomechanism of Drug-Induced Neurological Disorders -- Ch. : Print book: English: 3rd rev. and expanded edView all editions and formats Summary: After 15 years, this third edition of the book remains the only source of comprehensive information about drug-induced neurological disorders.
The book does not simply document adverse reactions but pathomechanisms are described wherever information is available. Methods of management of drug-induced neurological disorders are also described.
The primary audience is clinicians involved in the. Aminoff's Neurology and General Medicine is the standard and classic reference providing comprehensive coverage of the relationship between neurologic practice and general medicine.
As neurologists are asked to consult on general medical conditions, this reference provides an authoritative tool linking general medical conditions to specific. A review and analysis of the literature on drug-induced neurological disorders.
A range of problems, including headaches, seizures, movement disorders and Guillain-Barre syndrome, are discussed, with extensive links to other neurological influences of the drugs involved.
Drug induced neurological disorders. (2nd revised edition). Jain. Hofgrefe and Haber: Goettingen, ISBN: 0‐‐‐5. Price DM The objective is worthy and well met with this book. Audience: Due to the detail, the audience who would find this book most useful are neurology residents and attendings.
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Now in its third edition, this essential and comprehensive resource provides a detailed analysis of how to identify, prevent, and manage drug-induced diseases. Edited by James E. Tisdale and Douglas A. Miller, with contributions from experts distinguished in their respective specialties, Drug-Induced Diseases is organized logically and is easy.
Substance-induced disorders are distinct from independent co-occurring mental disorders in that all or most of the psychiatric symptoms are the direct result of substance use. This is not to state that substance-induced disorders preclude co-occurring mental disorders, only that the specific symptom cluster at a specific point in time is more likely the result of substance use, abuse.
What is drug-induced CNS depression. Depression of the central nervous system (CNS) refers to the slowing down of the body’s neurological functions performed by the brain and the spinal cord (which constitute the CNS).
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Through 14 years of drug-induced akathisia, she authored 13 books. Off the medications seven months, she developed a cluster of neurological movement disorders that impact every facet of her life as a writer, public figure, and human being.
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According to the authors, a drug-induced disease as an unintended effect of a drug, which results in mortality or morbidity with symptoms sufficient to prompt a patient to seek medical attention and/or require hospitalization.
Since the first edition of this book was published innumerous drugs have been withdrawn from the market in the United States as a result of morbidity and/or 5/5(1). A treatment history is a fundamental part of the healthcare consultation. Current drugs (prescribed, over the counter, herbal remedies, drugs of misuse) and how they are taken (frequency, timing, missed and extra doses), drugs tried previously and reason for discontinuation, treatment response, adverse effects, allergies, and intolerances should be taken into by: Drug-inducedneurological disorders.
Hogrefe & Huber Publishers, Seattle, DC, The purpose of this book, written by an expert consultant in pharmacological medicine, is to review drug-induced neurological disorders (DIND), which are being increasingly considered in the differential diagnosis of a wide range of neurological conditions.
Although there is a large body of literature. Antipsychotic drugs are the mainstay of treatment of schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders. The therapeutic efficacy of these drugs is well established. However, these drugs are associated with a wide range of side effects, including a variety of movement disorders.
The newer antipsychotics. A large and ever-growing number of medications can induce various movement disorders. Drug-induced movement disorders are disabling but are often under-recognised and inappropriately managed. In particular, second generation antipsychotics, like first generation agents, are associated with potentially debilitating side-effects, most notably tardive syndromes and parkinsonism, as well as Cited by: 2.
Prescription Drug-Induced and Vaccine-Induced Mitochondrial Disorders Acquired mitochondrial disorders (as opposed to the rare primary mitochondrial disorders like muscular dystrophy) can be caused by commonly prescribed drugs.
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All addictive drugs act in the brain to produce their euphoric effects. However, some can also cause damage due to seizures, stroke, and direct toxic effects on brain cells. Drug use can also lead to addiction, a brain disorder that occurs when repeated drug use leads to changes in the function of.