Therapeutics - Depression 1

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  1. What drug category is used for atypical depression?
    MAOIs
  2. What are the MAOIs?
    • Phenelzine (Nardil)
    • Tranylcypromine (Parnate)
    • Isocarboxazid (Marplan)
    • Selegiline transdermal (Emsam)
  3. What is the brand name for Phenelzine?
    Nardil
  4. What is the brand name for Tranylcypromine?
    Parnate
  5. What is the brand name for Isocarboxazid?
    Marplan
  6. What is the brand name for Selegiline transdermal?
    Emsam
  7. What is the generic name for Nardil?
    Phenelzine
  8. What is the generic name for Parnate?
    Tranylcypromine
  9. What is the generic name for Marplan?
    Isocarboxazid
  10. What is the generic name for Emsam?
    Selegiline transdermal
  11. What is the Proposed Mechanism of Action for Antidepressants?
    Decrease depressive symptoms by enhancement of serotonin and/or norepinephrine transmission
  12. What is the response time from antidepressants?
    Approximately 4 weeks
  13. Once stabilized, continued treatment with an antidepressant is how long?
    Suggested for 6-9 months
  14. Recurrent or chronic depression may require treatment lasting ______________ to prevent relapse or recurrence.
    2 or more years
  15. What is the usual dose and schedule for Prozac?
    20-80 m QAM
  16. What is the brand name for Fluoxetine?
    Prozac
  17. What is the generic name for Prozac?
    Fluoxetine
  18. What is the usual dose and schedule for Zoloft?
    100-200 mg QAM
  19. What is the brand name for Setraline?
    Zoloft
  20. What is the generic name for Zoloft?
    Sertraline
  21. What is the usual dose and schedule for Paxil?
    20-50 mg QD or QAM
  22. What is the brand name for Paroxetine?
    Paxil
  23. What is the generic name for Paxil?
    Paroxetine
  24. What is the usual dose and schedule for Celexa?
    20-60 mg QAM
  25. What is the brand name for Citalopram?
    Celexa
  26. What is the generic name for Celexa?
    Citalopram
  27. What is the usual dose and schedule for Lexapro?
    10-20 mg QAM
  28. What is the brand name for Escitalopram?
    Lexapro
  29. What is the generic name for Lexapro?
    Escitalopram
  30. What is the usual dose and schedule for Luvox?
    100-300 mg QHS (<150 mg) or BID (>150 mg)
  31. What is the brand name for Fluvoxamine?
    Luvox
  32. What is the generic name for Luvox?
    Fluvoxamine
  33. What is the usual dose and schedule for Wellbutrin?
    • SR: 150-400 BID-TID
    • XL: 300-450 QD
  34. What is the brand name for Bupropion?
    Wellbutrin
  35. What is the generic name for Wellbutrin?
    Bupropion
  36. What is the usual dose and schedule for Effexor?
    • 150-375 BID-TID
    • XR: 75-225 QD-BID
  37. What is the brand name for Venlafaxine?
    Effexor
  38. What is the generic name for Effexor?
    Venlafaxine
  39. What is the usual dose and schedule for Remeron?
    30-60 mg QHS
  40. What is the brand name for Mirtazapine?
    Remeron
  41. What is the generic name for Remeron?
    Mirtazapine
  42. What is the usual dose and schedule for Nefazadone?
    300-600 mg BID
  43. What is the usual dose and schedule for Cymbalta?
    40-60 mg QHS
  44. What is the brand name for Duloxetine?
    Cymbalta
  45. What is the generic name for Cymbalta?
    Duloxetine
  46. What is the brand name for Nefazadone?
    Serzone
  47. What is the generic name for Serzone?
    Nefazadone
  48. What are the general side effects for SSRI’s?
    • Weight changes, headache, insomnia, sedation, sexual dysfunction, nausea (Ralphing), initial increased anxiety
    • (Well HI SSRI)
  49. What are the SE for Wellbutrin?
    Agitation, nausea, headache, seizures, tremor, insomnia
  50. What are the SE for Effexor?
    agitation, headache, insomnia, nausea, sexual dysfunction, increase in diastolic blood pressure
  51. What are the SE for Remeron?
    sedation, weight gain, dry mouth, constipation, increased appetite, orthostasis

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