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Stephen R. Marder, Philip G. Janicak, John M. In recent years, the study of drug levels in patients and animals has allowed key parameters of absorption, metabolism, distribution, and elimination to be defined for many medications. The knowledge of these parameters has been essential for designing and interpreting studies of drug action.
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Clinical use of neuroleptic plasma levels. Published by American Psychiatric Press Inc. 152 pages. Clinician's guide to neuropsychological assess-ment. Published by Lawrence Erlbaum Associates Inc. Publishers. By M. Freedman, L. Leach, E. Kaplan, G. Winocur, . Published by Oxford University Press. Marder, John M. Davis, Philip G. Janicak. Clinical use of neuroleptic plasma levels. American Psychiatric Press, Inc, Washington DC, 1993. 19. P. Snoeck, A. Peer, M. Horton, G. Mannens, R. Woestenborghs, . Meibach, J. Heykants. Psychopharmacology 122:223–229 (1995). Marder S. John M Davis. Sharma R, Venkatasubramanian PN, Barany M, Davis JM. Proton magnetic resonance spectroscopy of the brain in schizophrenic and affective patients. Schizophren Res 8: 43-49.
Coverage includes the recently FDA-approved use of vagus nerve stimulation for treatment-resistant depression and current clinical guidelines on electroconvulsive therapy and transcranial magnetic stimulation, including indications, dosage, variations in treatment, and administration.
There is enormous variation in plasma levels of most neuroleptics in patients on the same dose. It does appear that decreased bioavailability, at least in public institutions, is rarely the cause of treatment failure. Aberrantly low plasma levels are more likely due to surreptitious noncompliance or drug interactions with enzyme inducers such a. ONTINUE READING. Marder, . from the University of Pennsylvania and his . from the State University of New York at Buffalo. After an internship at Denver General Hospital he completed a residency at the University of Southern California
Stephen R. After an internship at Denver General Hospital he completed a residency at the University of Southern California. From 1975 to 1977 he was a Clinical Associate in the Biological Psychiatry Branch at the National Institute of Mental Health.
Author: Stephen R. M.D. Marder,John M. Davis,Philip G. Janicak
Subcategory: Medicine & Health Sciences
Publisher: Amer Psychiatric Pub Inc; 1 edition (September 1, 1993)
Pages: 152 pages
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