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Widely recognised as the standard text for trainee psychiatrists, the Shorter Oxford Textbook of Psychiatry stands head and shoulders above the competition. The New Oxford Textbook of Psychiatry is one of the leading reference works in this field. Bringing together over chapters from the leading figures in the. Shorter Oxford Textbook of Psychiatry (7 edn) Paul Harrison, Philip Cowen, Tom Burns, and Mina Fazel. The first three chapters cover the symptoms and signs of psychiatric disorders, psychiatric classification (including DSM-5), and how to conduct a psychiatric assessment.
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If the symptoms occur within 4 weeks postpartum. Other specified neurotic disorders. The outcome for the schizophrenic group was better in emerging countries than in the industrialized world. Sociotherapy occupational or intensive and psychotherapy reality—adaptive—supportive are indicated depending on the state of the patient and his environment.
They are psychiatric emergencies. Some clinicians prefer the combination of two neuroleptics haloperidol—levomepromazine. Alprazolam 0. More often. Treatment Short-term treatment Acute psychotic syndromes require early hospitalization in either an inpatient psychiatric unit or a crisis centre.
New compounds with fewer adverse effects can be used amisulpride. Benzodiazepines may be given to potentiate the action of the neuroleptics. In cases of major anxiety or agitated behaviour. Frequent monitoring to assess drug response and adverse effects extrapyramidal side-effects. The decision to admit to hospital is taken in order to make a careful clinical evaluation.
Worsening of the symptoms. Parenteral administration standard intramuscular administration may be required if the patient refuses oral medication. The choice of antipsychotic drug depends on the clinician's experience and the clinical features. Continuation treatment The effectiveness of psychopharmacotherapy is usually manifested in the first 6 weeks.
In culture-bound syndromes the prescription of antidepressants is often recommended as primary treatment. Culturally related syndromes are discussed further in Chapter 4. The dosage may be adjusted from low doses and gradually increased. When there is no recovery or improvement either another antipsychotic drug should be used or the dosage of the first increased. Care must be taken to distinguish between a post-neuroleptic depression and the development of a schizo affective disorder.
The initial non-compliance leads to the frequent use of classic intramuscular neuroleptics.
If resources allow. Prevention of recurrence The possibility that psychotic symptoms may re-emerge has to be borne in mind during the first 2 years of follow-up. In general. During this long-term follow-up. Advice about management Patients are often hospitalized under constraint because they do not acknowledge the disorder. A good relationship between patient and psychiatrist together with collaboration with the family practitioner and social workers improve the long-term prognosis.
Low-dosage pharmacotherapy must be maintained for 1 or 2 years after recovery. After recovery. If mood disorders or cyclic episodes occur. Oxford Textbook of Psychiatry Uploaded by golof. Flag for inappropriate content. Related titles.
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