For nearly 30 years, the Manual of Clinical Psychopharmacology has been the preeminent volume on psychotropic medications and the go-to source for psychiatrists prescribing for their patients and students in psychiatry and pharmacology. This new, eighth edition has been thoroughly updated in recognition of the relentless developments in the field, including the release of new U.S. Food and Drug Administrationa-approved drugs, newly approved uses for existing drugs, and newly identified interactions, dosing guidelines, and documented side effects. As with previous iterations, this edition is logically structured and highly readable. However, the ever-expanding number of available agents and indications mandated the condensing of some sections and the elimination of others, to keep the book from becoming too large to be user-friendly. The resulting volume is DSM-5 compatible, easy-to-use, and practical, with summary tables for quick reference. The pace and complexity of research in this critical discipline make it essential that clinicians stay abreast of both new medications and promising treatment protocols. The Manual of Clinical Psychopharmacology delivers authoritative information in a friendly, collegial style, maintaining the level of excellence readers have come to expect.CNS Spectr 14(4):197a206, 2009 19407731 Bishop MP, Simpson GM, Dunnett CW, Kiltie H: Efficacy of loxapine in the treatment ... Am J Psychiatry 162(2):388a 390, 2005 15677608 Bogenschutz MP, George Nurnberg H: Olanzapine versusanbsp;...
|Title||:||Manual of Clinical Psychopharmacology|
|Author||:||Alan F. Schatzberg M.D., Charles DeBattista D.M.H. M.D.|
|Publisher||:||American Psychiatric Pub - 2015-04-28|