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Prescriber’s Guide – Children and Adolescents. Stahl’s Essential Psychopharmacology 2nd Edition

ISBN: 9781009267502
ISBN: 9781009267502
Διαστάσεις 23 × 15 cm



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This extensively revised second edition provides a user-friendly step-by-step manual on the range of psychotropic medications prescribed for children and adolescents by clinicians and nurse practitioners. Boasting nearly double the medications of the first edition, it features new sections related to pharmacokinetics and pharmacogenetics in children and adolescents alongside algorithms for addressing frequently encountered disorders such as anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, ADHD, and OCD. Based on the best-seller, Stahl’s Prescriber’s Guide, and using a full-color template-driven navigation system, it combines evidence-based data with clinically informed guidance to support prescribers in the field. Each drug is presented in the same classic design format with illustrated guidance on dosing, titration, and pharmacogenetics/metabolism. Color-coded sections distinguish clearly the information presented on therapeutics, safety and tolerability, dosing and use, what to expect, and the art of psychopharmacology, and are followed by updated and new key references. A must-have guide for all mental health professionals.

  • Provides the most complete and up-to-date summary of the practical use of psychotropic drugs in children and adolescents, written with the authority of evidence and the guidance of clinical wisdom
  • Bursting with new illustrations, more extensive discussions of the studies supporting the medications, dosing guidelines and new references all presented in the same templated format, fully indexed and cross-referenced for ease of navigation and rapid access to data
  • Presented in a template format, fully indexed, and cross-referenced for ease of navigation


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1. Alprazolam
2. Amphetamine (d)
3. Amphetamine (d,l)
4. Amitriptyline
5. Aripiprazole
6. Asenapine
7. Atomoxetine
8. Brexpiprazole
9. Bupropion
10. Buspirone
11. Carbamazepine
12. Chlorpromazine
13. Citalopram
14. Clomipramine
15. Clonazepam
16. Clonidine
17. Clozapine
18. Cyproheptadine
19. Desmopressin
20. Desvenlafaxine
21. Diazepam
22. Diphenhydramine
23. Doxylamine
24. Duloxetine
25. Escitalopram
26. Esketamine
27. Fluoxetine
28. Fluphenazine
29. Fluvoxamine
30. Gabapentin
31. Guanfacine
32. Haloperidol
33. Hydroxyzine
34. Lamotrigine
35. Lisdexamfetamine
36. Lithium
37. Lorazepam
38. Lurasidone
39. methylphenidate (d)
40. methylphenidate (d,l)
41. Mirtazapine
42. Olanzapine
43. Oxcarbazepine
44. Paliperidone
45. Paroxetine
46. Pimozide
47. Prazosin
48. Quetiapine
49. Risperidone
50. Serdexmethylphenidate
51. Sertraline
52. Topiramate
53. Trazodone
54. Valproate
55. Venlafaxine
56. Vilazodone
57. Viloxazine
58. Vortioxetine
59. Zolpidem
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