Second psych drugs

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Second psych drugs
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  1. Thorazine
    Typical
  2. Serentil
    typical
  3. Mellaril
    typical
  4. Prolixin
    typical
  5. Trilafon
    typical
  6. Stelazine
    typical
  7. Haldol
    typical
  8. Navane
    typical
  9. Loxitane
    typical
  10. Moban
    typical
  11. Saphris
    atypical
  12. Abilify
    atypical
  13. Clozaril
    atypical
  14. Fanapt
    atypical
  15. Latuda
    atypical
  16. Zyprexa
    atypical
  17. Invega
    atypical
  18. Risperdal
    atypical
  19. Seroquel
    atypical
  20. Geodon
    atypical
  21. Elavil
    tca
  22. Anafranil
    tca
  23. Sinequan
    tca
  24. Tofranil
    tca
  25. Surmontil
    tca
  26. Norpramin
    tca
  27. Pamelor
    tca
  28. Vivactil
    tca
  29. Celexa
    ssri
  30. Lexapro
    ssri
  31. Prozac
    ssri
  32. Paxil
    ssri
  33. Zoloft
    ssri
  34. Luvox
    ssri
  35. Alprazolam
    aa
  36. Chlordiazepoxide
    aa
  37. Xanax
    aa
  38. Librium
    aa
  39. Klonopin
    aa
  40. Valium
    aa
  41. Ativan
    aa
  42. Serax
    aa
  43. Centrax
    aa
  44. Buspirone
    aa
  45. Buspar
    aa
  46. Hydroxyzine
    aa
  47. Buspar
    aa
  48. Vistaril
    aa
  49. Atarax
    aa
  50. Lithium Carbonate
    mood
  51. Carbamazepine
    mood
  52. Tegretol
    mood
  53. Divalproex
    mood
  54. Depakote
    mood
  55. Gabapentin
    mood
  56. Neurontin
    mood
  57. Lamotrigine
    mood
  58. Lamictal
    mood
  59. Topiramate
    mood
  60. Topamax
    mood
  61. pt took antipsychotic for 2 hours then started blinking, frowning
    tardive dyskenesia
  62. pt has increased creatine level and fever
    NMS
  63. shuffling gait is called what?
    pseudoparkinsonism
  64. pt has neck at one side and jaw sticking forward
    dystonia
  65. pt has diarrhea, sweating, shivering
    serotonin syndrome
  66. therapeutic range for lithium? what is the toxic level?
    0.4-1.2; greater than 1.5
  67. what foods have tyramine?
    guac, beer, chocolate brownie.
  68. clozapin has what SE?
    Agranulocytosis.
  69. pt with schizo has been taking thorazine. something something socially isolated. what should she take instead?
    Olanzapine

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