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Shock therapy

Insulinkomatoznaya therapy introduced into psychiatry M. Zakelem in 1935, and since then his technique is basically not changed. Currently, this type of therapy used, unfortunately, very rare for various reasons (insulin requires special trained staff, a lot of attention to the doctors of the patient after the administration of insulin in the process of its implementation can occur in patients with various complications). Treatment consists in the daily administration of gradually increasing doses of insulin (initial dose of 4 IU daily, it increases by 4 units to achieve a coma). Comatose insulin dose very indivi

Psychostimulants, mood stabilizers, nootropics

Psychostimulants Psychostimulants - means causing activation, increase efficiency, improve memorization and intellectual productivity. Many stimulants are included in the list of drugs (amphetamine, cocaine, methamphetamine) because severe addictiveness and dependence. Sindnokarb (mesocarb) assigned when apathetic depression, fatigue at a dose of 20-30 mg / day short courses for 10-14 days. Sidnofen has the same properties as sidnokarb, used to stimulate intellectual activity in childhood is indicated for treatment of attention deficit short duration course

Tranquilizers: List

Tranquilizers - psychopharmacological agents, relieving anxiety, fear, emotional intensity, while they do not substantially disrupt cognitive function. Unlike the neuroleptics, tranquilizers do not possess the ability to influence delusions, hallucinations, psychotic manifestations other. At the same time, they are characterized by muscle relaxant and anticonvulsant effect, they also exhibit vegetostabiliziruyuschy effect.  According to modern concepts tranquilizing effect is due to stimulation of GABA receptors, which is accomplished by the release of GABA. Most long-term use of tranquilizers gives pref

Antidepressants: A list of names.

These drugs have a selective effect against depression, they can be used in combination with neuroleptics for relief of affective-delusional syndromes.  Moclobemide (auroriks) - a selective inhibitor of MAO type A characterized by a distinct stimulating effect when inhibited depression. Indicated for somatisation depression. Recommended dose of 300-600 mg / day, for the development timoanalepticheskogo effect requires two to three weeks. Contraindicated in anxious depression. Befol - genuine domestic antidepressant with an activating effect of the action (asthenic, anergic depression). Used in depots

Antipsychotics: a list

These psychotropic drugs are mainly used for the treatment of psychoses, in small doses prescribed for non-psychotic (neurotic, psychotic states). All antipsychotics have side effects due to their influence on the levels of dopamine in the brain (reduced, which leads to the phenomena of drug parkinsonism (extrapyramidal symptoms). Patients with marked muscle stiffness, tremor effects of varying severity, hypersalivation, the emergence of oral hyperkinesia, torsion spasm, etc. In this regard, in the treatment of neuroleptic additionally appointed as such correctors tsiklodol, Arta, P

Treatment psihopatalogicheskih syndromes

The main method of treatment of various psychiatric syndromes is a therapy with psychotropic drugs, which were first used by French explorers and P. J. Daley Deniker in 1952. They introduced the term "neyrolitiki" to refer to such funds, and then began to designate them as "neuroleptics." While the main antipsychotic was chlorpromazine. Soon P. Jansen (1958) introduced a second, extremely important neuroleptic - haloperidol, which is so far the reference psychotropic drug. In the USSR, chlorpromazine was synthesized under the name "chlorpromazine" M. Schukina in 1957, followed by chemical means
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