Prescriber's Guide: Stahl's Essential Psychopharmacology

Prescriber's Guide: Stahl's Essential Psychopharmacology

by Stephen M. Stahl
Prescriber's Guide: Stahl's Essential Psychopharmacology

Prescriber's Guide: Stahl's Essential Psychopharmacology

by Stephen M. Stahl

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Overview

With the range of psychotropic drugs expanding and the usages of existing medications diversifying, we are pleased to present the Seventh Edition of the world's best-selling formulary in psychopharmacology. The new edition features nine new compounds as well as information about several new formulations of existing drugs. Many important new indications are covered for existing drugs, as are updates to the profiles of the entire content and collection, including new injectable and transdermal formulations, as well as updated warnings and indications. The Pearls have all been refreshed and the antipsychotics section has been completely revised. With its easy-to-use, full-colour template-driven navigation system, Prescriber's Guide combines evidence-based data with clinically informed advice to support everyone who is prescribing in the field of mental health.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781108926010
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 11/19/2020
Edition description: 7th Revised ed.
Pages: 950
Sales rank: 48,668
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 9.00(h) x 1.40(d)

About the Author

Stephen M. Stahl is Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California, San Diego, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Neuroscience at the University of California, Riverside, and Honorary Visiting Senior Fellow in Psychiatry at the University of Cambridge.

Table of Contents

Introduction; List of icons; 1. acamprosate; 2. agomelatine; 3. alprazolam; 4. amisulpride; 5. amitriptyline; 6. amoxapine; 7. amphetamin (d); 8. amphetamine (d,l); 9. aripiprazole; 10. armodafinil; 11. asenapine; 12. atomoxetine; 13. benztropine; 14. blonanserin; 15. bremelanotide; 16. brexanolone; 17. brexpiprazole; 18. buprenorphine; 19. bupropion; 20. buspirone; 21. caprylidene; 22. carbamazepine; 23. cariprazine; 24. chlordiazepoxide; 25. chlorpromazine; 26. citalopram; 27. clomipramine; 28. clonazepam; 29. clonidine; 30. clorazepate; 31. clozapine; 32. cyamemazine; 33. desipramine; 34. desvenlafaxine; 35. deutetrabenazine; 36. dextromethorphan; 37. diazepam; 38. diphenhydramine; 39. disulfiram; 40. donepezil; 41. dothiepin; 42. doxepin; 43. duloxetine; 44. escitalopram; 45. esketamine; 46. estazolam; 47. eszopiclone; 48. flibanserin; 49. flumazenil; 50. flunitrazepam; 51. fluoxetine; 52. flupenthixol; 53. fluphenazine; 54. flurazepam; 55. fluvoxamine; 56. gabapentin; 57. galantamine; 58. guanfacine; 59. haloperidol; 60. hydroxyzine; 61. iloperidone; 62. imipramine; 63. isocarboxazid; 64. ketamine; 65. lamotrigine; 66. levetiracetam; 67. lemborexant; 68. levomilnacipran; 69. lisdexamfetamine; 70. lithium; 71. lofexidine; 72. lofepramine; 73. loflazeptate; 74. lorazepam; 75. loxapine; 76.lumateperone; 77. lurasidone; 78. maprotiline; 79. memantine; 80.methylfolate (l); 81. methylphenidate (d); 82. methylphenidate (d,l); 83. mianserin; 84. midazolam; 85. milnacipran; 86. mirtazapine; 87. moclobemide; 88. modafinil; 89. molindone; 90. nalmefene; 91. naltrexone; 92. naltrexone-bupropion; 93. nefazodone; 94. nortriptyline; 95. olanzapine; 96. oxazepam; 97. oxcarbazepine; 98. paliperidone; 99. paroxetine; 100. perospirone; 101. perphenazine; 102. phenelzine; 103. phentermine-topiramate; 104. pimavanserin; 105. pimozide; 106. pipothiazine; 107. pitolisant; 108. prazosin; 109. pregabalin; 110. propranolol; 111. protriptyline; 112. quazepam; 113. quetiapine; 114. ramelteon; 115. reboxetine; 116. risperidone; 117. rivastigmine; 118. selegiline; 119. sertindole; 120. sertraline; 121. sildenafil; 122. sodium oxybate; 123. solriamfetol; 124. sulpiride; 125.suvorexant; 126. tasimelteon; 127. temazepam; 128. thioridazine; 129. thiothixene; 130. tiagabine; 131. tianeptine; 132. topiramate; 133. tranylcypromine; 134. trazodone; 135. triazolam; 136. trifluoperazine; 137. trihexyphenidyl; 138. triiodothyronine; 139. trimipramine; 140. valbenazine; 141. valproate; 142. varenicline; 143. venlafaxine; 144. vilazodone; 145. vortioxetine; 146. zaleplon; 147. ziprasidone; 148. zolpidem; 149. zonisamide; 150. zopiclone; 151. zotepine; 152. zuclopenthixol; Index by drug name; Index by use; Index by class; Abbreviations.
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