psychotropic drugs


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psychotropic drugs

n. drogas psicotrópicas, compuestos químicos que afectan la estabilidad mental.
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We note that with the exception of psychotropic drugs, our adjusted longitudinal disparity findings are generally consistent with the unadjusted spending curves for minorities and whites presented in Figure 1 (A-D).
Additionally, the text presents the latest on psychotropic drugs, addresses legal and ethical concerns within psychiatric nursing, and discusses complementary and alternative therapies.
Along with the standard dermatological treatment, majority of these disorders can be treated with cognitive-bihevioral psychotherapy, psychoterapeutic stress-andanxiety-management technicques and psychotropic drugs.
In 184 pages, its author, Steven Ray Flora, works hard to convince readers that behavior therapy is far superior to psychotropic drugs, which he says are overused, ineffective, and dangerous.
DOCTORS treating the mental patient accused of hacking an Irish psychologist to death are begging a New York judge to let them force-feed the man with psychotropic drugs.
From the marketing of politicians to the ramifications and cultural views of psychotropic drugs, no issue with a tangible connection to rock-and-roll goes overlooked.
Scott Kraly's Brain Science And Psychological Disorders: Therapy, Psychotropic Drugs, And The Brain (0393704653, $23.
The newer psychotropic drugs introduced in the mid-1990s have especially been found to be more promising than the earlier traditional psychotropic drugs.
Ah, yes, better living through totalitarian therapeutic intervention, perhaps coupled with the judicious use of psychotropic drugs.
The dramatic increase in psychotropic drug prescription occurred despite the fact that few psychotropic drugs--typically prescribed for ADHD, depression and other mood disorders I are approved for use in children under 18.
Perett also said officials need to develop plans on how to handle mass evacuations, create sirens or other warning systems in the event television and radio signals are knocked out, and provide supplies of medications and psychotropic drugs to residents unable to obtain their medicines.
The court ruled that the county was not deliberately indifferent by allegedly delaying psychiatric assessment of an inmate and delaying the administration of psychotropic drugs.