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Lithium encyclopedia for clinical practice

Lithium encyclopedia for clinical practice

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Published by American Psychiatric Press in Washington, DC .
Written in

    Subjects:
  • Lithium -- Therapeutic use.,
  • Mental illness -- Chemotherapy.,
  • Lithium -- Therapeutic use -- Side effects.,
  • Lithium -- Toxicology.,
  • Drug interactions.,
  • Lithium -- adverse effects -- encyclopedias.,
  • Lithium -- therapeutic use -- encyclopedias.,
  • Mental Disorders -- drug therapy -- encyclopedias.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby James W. Jefferson ... [et al.].
    ContributionsJefferson, James W.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC483.5.L5 L56 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxviii, 744 p. ;
    Number of Pages744
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2734379M
    ISBN 100880482303
    LC Control Number86028685

    Clinical expertise proved the role of excess sodium intake as an important cause of hypertension and cardiovascular disease; therefore physicians prescribed lithium salts for patients, replacing sodium chloride as a table salt. Unexpectedly, this practice led to serious side effects and deaths among those individuals that used lithium by:   Prior lithium treatment had been ineffective in 42% of those randomised to lithium, so the the deck was stacked against a favourable response to lithium, yet it emerged clearly superior to placebo. Nevertheless, in clinical practice few would argue that lithium alone is an adequate treatment for other than the milder cases of by: 2.

      Pharmacotherapy for Bipolar Disorder An Updated Review. Mark D. Watanabe, PharmD, PhD, BCPP the monitoring of steady-state serum concentrations is part of general clinical practice, is enhanced if a patient has a history of good functioning between episodes and a positive family history of bipolar disorder with known lithium response. lithium: (Li) [ lith´e-um ] a chemical element, atomic number 3, atomic weight (See Appendix 6.) lithium carbonate a psychotropic drug used to treat acute manic attacks in bipolar disorder and, when given on a maintenance basis, to prevent the recurrence of manic-depressive episodes. The desired serum levels are in the range –

    1. Author(s): Jefferson,James W Title(s): Lithium encyclopedia for clinical practice/ by James W. Jefferson [et al.]. Edition: 2nd ed. Country of Publication.   The Science and Practice of Lithium Therapy Hardcover – 15 Dec This book provides a clear and comprehensive guide to the clinical prescription of lithium that draws upon evidence-based knowledge of its mechanisms of action. The book is divided into two parts, on the science of lithium and the practice of lithium therapy. Format: Hardcover.


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Lithium Encyclopedia for Clinical Practice [Jefferson, James W., Greist, John H., Ackerman, Deborah L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Lithium Encyclopedia for Clinical Practice4/5(1). Get this from a library. Lithium encyclopedia for clinical practice.

[James W Jefferson; John H Greist; Deborah L Ackerman] -- "Developed Lithium encyclopedia for clinical practice book 3 interactive computer programs: the Lithium Library, Lithium Index, and Lithium Consultation." Intended as a text and reference to provide interested professionals and laypersons.

The authors' stated purpose in writing the Lithium Encyclopedia for Clinical Practice is to provide clinicians, researchers, and interested laypersons with an overview of the current information Author: Catherine Ecock Connelly. Book Notes | 1 October Lithium Encyclopedia for Clinical Practice.

Ann Intern Med. ; doi: https: Selective recovery of lithium and iron phosphate/carbon from spent lithium iron phosphate cathode material by anionic membrane slurry electrolysis. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Wiley Encyclopedia of Clinical Trials: Edited by Ralph B.

D'Agostino, Lisa Sullivan, and Joseph Massaro. Lithium Encyclopedia for Clinical Practice, Second. Lithium; Lithium carbonate; Lithium citrate Mania, depression, aggression, mood disturbances Lithium is an alkali metal and is among the oldest employed psychoactive therapeutic agents.

Lithium encyclopedia for clinical practice. Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association. Search book. Search within book. Type for suggestions. In clinical practice, the serum concentration of lithium requires the clinician to understand the risk-benefit ratio of lithium maintenance therapy.

Low serum levels ( mmol/L) may not be as efficacious as a higher serum level ( mmol/L) however dropout rates are greater due to tolerability issues at this higher serum level. Lithium Pharmacology & Drug Classification. It's a medication. It's even the name of a famous song.

What is it in clinical practice, though. Lithium or lithium carbonate is classified as. Book Review BOOKS REVIEWED.

Lithium Encyclopedia for Clinical Practice. William H. Reid. Theory and Practice of HIV Counselling: A Systemic Approach. Treating the Homeless Mentally Ill: A Task Force Report of the American Psychiatric Association.

Sexual Science and the : William H. Reid. However, lithium did not enter the market easily in the United States. Pharmaceutical companies were reluctant to produce this inexpensive drug that they could not patent. Lithium is a highly cost-effective treatment for bipolar disorder (Chisholm et al.

A growing number of medications with proven efficacy in bipolar disorder have. Lithium Eskalith, Eskalith CR, Lithobid, Lithostat, lithium carbonate, and lithium citrate Mood stabilizer Unknown and complex acts on second messenger system, modifies sodium transport across cell.

The use of lithium for the treatment of bipolar disorder: Recommendations from clinical practice guidelines. In practice, lithium therapy is adopted somewhat variably despite its efficacy. Part of the reason is that lithium therapy requires clinicians to negotiate additional psychological and physical assessments and institute assiduous Cited by: Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for Lithium Encyclopedia for Clinical Practice at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.4/5(1).

In addition to more than articles in professional journals and book chapters, he has co-authored books such as the Lithium Encyclopedia for Clinical Practice, Depression and Its Treatment, and a variety of patient booklets in the Madison Institute of Medicine's Guide Series.

Lithium is the most common drug cause, affecting 10% of patients treated for 15 years or more.7 Risk correlates with duration of lithium treatment. Presents as polydipsia and polyuria (24 hour urine volume > 3 L).

Dehydration, lithium intoxication and deteriorating renal function may occur and renal impairment may be Size: KB. Lithium is a psychiatric medication used primarily as a first-line therapy for bipolar is also used in treatment-resistant depression to augment specific mechanism by which lithium acts to stabilize mood is not definitively known, but it is thought to be due to inhibition of the phosphoinositol cascade.

Lithium is a prescription medicine used to treat bipolar disorder. This article focuses on lithium overdose, or toxicity. Acute toxicity occurs when you swallow too much of a lithium prescription at one time.

Chronic toxicity occurs when you slowly take a. Greist has published more than articles in professional journals, books such as the Lithium Encyclopedia for Clinical Practice, Depression and Its Treatment, a variety of patient booklets in the Madison Institute of Medicine's Guide Series, and book chapters.

As to the guidelines of lithium therapy, it should also be noted that Jeff Jefferson was the principal author of the first American lithium handbook titled “Lithium Encyclopedia in Clinical Practice” which was published in (Jefferson et al.

), and the second edition of the encyclopedia appeared in Author: Janusz K. Rybakowski. Lithium compounds, also known as lithium salts, are primarily used as a psychiatric medication. It is primarily used to treat bipolar disorder and treat major depressive disorder that does not improve following the use of antidepressants.

In these disorders, it reduces the risk of suicide. Lithium is taken by mouth. Common side effects include increased urination, shakiness of the Legal status: AU: S4 (Prescription only), CA: ℞-only.

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Publish your book with B&N Pages: Bipolar Disorder Definition. Bipolar, or manic-depressive disorder, is a mood disorder that causes radical emotional changes and mood swings, from manic highs to depressive majority of bipolar individuals experience alternating episodes of mania and depression.

Description. In the United States alone, more than two million people are diagnosed with bipolar disorder.