Flashcards in Depression/Anxiety Deck (42)
If you have a patient that struggles with depression and anorexia, what drug should be considered?
Mirtazapine (increased appetite)
Which SSRI has strict dosing?
Citalopram (should no exceed 40mg/d for anyone, should not exceed 20mg/d for most pts >60yo or those on CYP2C19 inhibitors)
Higher doses = increased risk of QT
CI of Bupropion
Pts with seizure history
T/F: orthostasis is common with tertiary and secondary amine TCAs
What is FINISH syndrome? What drug is it worse with?
Which SNRI should you not use for pts with liver disease due to hepatotoxicity risk?
If a pt presents with atypical MDD with hyperphagia or hypersomnia, what class of meds should be considered?
Monoamine Oxidase A Inhibitors
Which SNRI is most associated with dose dependent HR/BP increase?
Which TCA should be considered for migraine prophylaxis?
Which SSRI has a long half life?
Which BZD is good for seizure disorders?
Priapism = what AD?
What meds are short term/intermittent use for anxiety?
What are the SNRIs? (4)
Which 3 benzo's come in IV formulation?
What medication is usually the drug of choice for anxiety?
If your patient is trying to quit smoking and has depression, what should you use?
What is the monoamine oxidase B inhibitor? Pts with what neurologic condition may benefit due to the patch formulation?
Parkinson's pts who cannot swallow
What are the 2 secondary amine TCAs?
Which SSRI has a very short half life and concerns for withdrawal?
Which SNRI is best for pain from diabetic peripheral neuropathy/fibromyalgia/chronic MSK pain?
When should a TCA be considered?
Intolerant or refractory to SSRI/SNRI, or for pain syndromes
Which SSRI is best for kids?
Which amines have more sedation, wt gain, and anticholinergic effects?
Tertiary > secondary
What AD is safe for pregnancy?
What BZD is used for status epilepticus?
What are the 5 BZD's?
What are the 4 tertiary amine TCAs?
Imipramine, Clomipramine, Doxepin, and Amitriptyline
What are the 3 Monoamine Oxidase A Inhibitors?