Flashcards in Psychiatry Deck (172)
What are the main side effects of high potentcy neuroleptics?
What are the main side effects of low potentcy neuroleptics?
Do typical antipsychotics treat the positive or negative effects?
Are neuroleptics fat or water soluble?
What two drugs are used to treat the EPS side effects of neuroleptics?
Where does chlorpromazine deposit?
Where does thioridazine deposit?
What is the time frame for bradykinesia regarding neuroleptic use?
What is the time frame for tardive dyskinesia regarding neuroleptic use?
What could be found in the urine during NMS?
What are the six atypical antipsychotics?
Which symptoms of schizophrenia do atypicals treat?
positive and negative
Which two atypical anti-psychotics can cause weight gain?
clonzapine and olanzapine
Which atypical antipsychotic can cause agranulocytosis?
Which atypical antipsychotic can prolong QT?
Which atypical is used for severe, refractory Schizophrenia?
What is the proposed mechanism of lithium?
inhibit phosphoinositol pathway
What hormone does lithium antagonize?
What does lithium do to the heart rate?
What two heart defects does lithium cause?
What part of the nephron reabsorbs lithium?
What ion does lithium follow?
Which receptor does buspirone work at? Antagonize or agonize?
What is the one drawback of buspirone?
takes 1-2 weeks to work
Which receptor does mirtazapine work on? Antagonize or agonize?
What are the four SSRIs?
How many weeks does it take SSRIs to begin to function?
Which receptor does cyproheptadine antagonize?
Does NMS present with muscle rigidity or shivering?