psychotropic drugs


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psychotropic drugs

n. drogas psicotrópicas, compuestos químicos que afectan la estabilidad mental.
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He confessed he was expecting marijuana and psychotropic drugs from two persons he met, for delivery to the detainees, police said.
offer mental health professionals a spiral-bound reference to using psychotropic drugs in any setting.
Although psychotropic drugs are effective in calming dementia patients during times of increased stress, they can have profound side effects including gait and balance disturbance, falls, decreased levels of cognition, and diminished functioning.
Dubai -- The Dubai Court of First Instance on Sunday sentenced a 53-year-old Portuguese woman veterinarian to seven years in jail followed by deportation and fined her Dh50,000 for importing 380 psychotropic drugs.
The judge adjourned the case to allow the father to be examined by medical staff to confirm whether he needs psychotropic drugs.
House Bill 838 "addresses the need to have our children that are receiving psychotropic drugs be seen by their prescribing physicians in person every 90 days," said Rep.
Psychotropic drugs regulated by the ministry include anti-depressants, drugs for anxiety, bipolar disorders and schizophrenia.
The suspect was referred to prosecution and charged with owning and smuggling psychotropic drugs.
The Future of Foster Care: A Revolution for Change details the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute's (CCAI) Foster Youth Internship (FYI) recommendations on improving hot-button issues ranging from immigration, education, mentoring, psychotropic drugs, child abuse and government accountability.
The availability of funding, a state's political orientation and a state's concentration of psychiatrists are all factors in the amount of time it takes for a state to adopt psychotropic drugs into its AIDS Drug Assistance Program formularies, according to a study in the June AJPH.
Chapters include issues in and guidelines for clinical practice, case studies, and the UK legal framework; those discussing psychotropic drugs for specific disorders cover mechanisms of action, side effects, interactions, and tolerance/addiction.
However, domestic usage and seizures of psychotropic drugs like ketamine and MDMA increased in 2006.