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The Prescriber's Guide

The Prescriber's Guide

4th Edition

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  • Date Published: April 2011
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9780521173643

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  • Now established as the indispensable formulary in psychopharmacology, this latest edition of the Prescriber's Guide has been completely revised and updated to reflect the most current practice in the use of psychotropic drugs. Easy to navigate and easy to use, the Prescriber's Guide combines evidence-based information with clinically informed guidance to support clinicians in making the most effective prescribing decisions for the good of their patients. With coverage of twelve brand-new drugs – including antidepressants, antipsychotics, hypnotics, nonstimulants for ADHD, and medical foods – and incorporating information on the newest indications, new formulations, new recommendations, and new safety data, this edition continues to provide the essential practical support required by anyone prescribing in the field of mental health.

    • Provides the most complete and up-to-date summary of the practical use of psychotropic drugs
    • Presented in a templated format, fully indexed and cross-referenced for ease of navigation
    • Written with the authority of evidence and the guidance of clinical wisdom
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    "An excellent quick reference guide for psychotropic medications … The Prescriber’s Guide is a valuable tool that provides practical support for all clinicians."
    Mental Health Clinician

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    Product details

    • Edition: 4th Edition
    • Date Published: April 2011
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9780521173643
    • length: 726 pages
    • dimensions: 228 x 138 x 33 mm
    • weight: 1.1kg
    • contains: 1 b/w illus.
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    1. Acamprosate
    2. Agomelatine
    3. Alprazolam
    4. Amisulpride
    5. Amitriptyline
    6. Amoxapine
    7. Amphetamine (d)
    8. Amphetamine (d,l)
    9. Aripiprazole
    10. Armadafinil
    11. Asenapine
    12. Atomoxetine
    13. Bupropion
    14. Buspirone
    15. Caprylidene
    16. Carbamazepine
    17. Chlordiazepoxide
    18. Chlorpromazine
    19. Citalopram
    20. Clomipramine
    21. Clonazepam
    22. Clonidine
    23. Clorazepate
    24. Clozapine
    25. Cyamemazine
    26. Desipramine
    27. Desvenlafaxine
    28. Diazepam
    29. Donepezil
    30. Dothiepin
    31. Doxepin
    32. Duloxetine
    33. Escitalopram
    34. Estazolam
    35. Eszopiclone
    36. Flumazenil
    37. Flunitrazepam
    38. Fluoxetine
    39. Fluphenthixol
    40. Fluphenazine
    41. Flurazepam
    42. Fluvoxamine
    43. Gabapentin
    44. Galantamine
    45. Guanfacine
    46. Haloperidol
    47. Hydroxyzine
    48. I-methylfolate
    49. Iloperidone
    50. Imipramine
    51. Isocarboxazid
    52. Lamotrigine
    53. Levetiracetam
    54. Lisdexamfetamine
    55. Lithium
    56. Lofepramine
    57. Loflazeptate
    58. Lorazepam
    59. Loxapine
    60. Lurasidone
    61. Mainserin
    62. Maprotiline
    63. Memantine
    64. Mesoridazine
    65. Methylphenidate (d)
    66. Midazolam
    67. Milnacipran
    68. Mirtazapine
    69. Moclobemide
    70. Modafinil
    71. Molindone
    72. Naltrexone
    73. Nefazodone
    74. Nortriptyline
    75. Olanzapine
    76. Oxazepam
    77. Oxcarbazepine
    78. Paliperidone
    79. Paroxetine
    80. Perospirone
    81. Perphenazine
    82. Phenelzine
    83. Pimozide
    84. Pipothiazine
    85. Pregabalin
    86. Protriptyline
    87. Quazepam
    88. Quetiapine
    89. Ramelteon
    90. Reboxetine
    91. Risperidone
    92. Rivastigmine
    93. Selegiline
    94. Sertindole
    95. Sertraline
    96. Sodium Oxybate
    97. Sulpiride
    98. Temazepam
    99. Thioridazine
    100. Thiothixene
    101. Tiagabine
    102. Tianeptine
    103. Topiramate
    104. Tranylcypromide
    105. Trazodone
    106. Triazolam
    107. Trifluoperazine
    108. Trimipramine
    109. Valproate
    110. Varenicline
    111. Venlafaxine
    112. Zalepron
    113. Ziprasidone
    114. Zolpidem
    115. Zonisamide
    116. Zopiclone
    117. Zotepine
    118. Zuclopenthixol.

  • Author

    Stephen M. Stahl, University of California, San Diego
    Stephen M. Stahl is Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Diego and Honorary Visiting Senior Fellow at the University of Cambridge, UK. He has conducted numerous research projects awarded by the National Institute of Mental Health, the Veteran's Administration and the pharmaceutical industry. He is the author of the market-leading textbook Essential Psychopharmacology, third edition, as well as more than 450 other articles and chapters. Dr Stahl is an internationally recognized clinician, researcher and teacher in psychiatry and psychopharmacology.

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