3 edition of Lithium in the treatment of mood disorders. found in the catalog.
Lithium in the treatment of mood disorders.
Antoinette A. Gattozzi
by National Institute of Mental Health; [for sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. Govt. Print. Off., Washington in Rockville, Md
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references.
|Series||DHEW publication, no. (ADM) 74-73, DHEW publication ;, no. (ADM) 74-73.|
|LC Classifications||RC483.5.L5 G37 1974|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 99 p.|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||74601819|
Low-dose lithium has been shown to augment the efficacy of antidepressant medications. 14 For those who are suffering from mood disorders, including treatment-resistant depression, low-dose lithium supplementation may enhance the drug’s efficacy as well as reduce the risk of side effects and drug toxicity associated with high-dose lithium treatment. In the s, when clinical trials of lithium were first conducted, it became clear that lithium had the capacity to stabilize mood in about half of the patients with bipolar disorder. Indeed, lithium remains the “gold standard” of treatment for bipolar disorder to .
This book is a practical, up-to-date guide to the correct use of lithium for the short- and long-term treatment of mood disorders. Among the subjects addressed are the pharmacology and mechanisms of action of lithium, its use for maintenance treatment, the role of lithium in the treatment of mania and depression and in suicide prevention, further clinical indications, the administration of. Lithium (Lithobid, Eskalith) is effective at stabilizing mood and preventing the extreme highs and lows of bipolar disorder. Periodic blood tests are required because lithium can cause thyroid and kidney problems. Common side effects include restlessness, dry mouth and digestive issues.
the Treatment of Patients With Major Depressive Disorder (2). In addition to looking for evidence of the existence of a mood disorder, the initial psychiat-ric evaluation includes an assessment for the presence of an alcohol or substance use disorder or other somatic factors that may contribute to the disease process or complicate its treatment. Lithium treatment of mood disorders: a practical guide. [Mogens Schou] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Authored by a renowned expert on lithium treatment, this book grew out of enormous experience and out of conviction that a well-informed patient is a critical element in effective.
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This is an essential book for anyone considering lithium treatment for bipolar disorder (manic-depression) and also for anyone who is already taking lithium treatment. I used this book to decide whether to take lithium, and I have continued to refer to it over 23 years as questions have arisen during my lithium treatment.
It has been invaluable.5/5(2). Lithium Treatment of Mood Disorders - Karger Publishers A Karger 'Publishing Highlights –' title When used correctly, lithium unquestionably produces the most dramatic benefits of any medication used in psychiatry. The aim of this practical. Lithium is the essential medication for patients with mood disorders.
The evidence of its efficacy in maintenance treatment is acknowledged in all major international treatment guidelines for bipolar disorders and, when used correctly, lithium unquestionably produces the most dramatic benefits of any medication in by: This book is a practical, up-to-date guide to the correct use of lithium for the short- and long-term treatment of mood disorders.
Among the subjects addressed are the pharmacology and mechanisms of action of lithium, its use for maintenance treatment, the role of lithium in the treatment of mania and depression and in suicide prevention, further clinical indications, the administration of 5/5(3).
Lithium Treatment of Mood Disorders: A Practical Guide Mogens Schou 'This book had to be written the language is simple layman's English, easy to understand and assimilate. OBJECTIVES: 1.
To investigate the efficacy of lithium treatment in the prevention of relapse in recurrent mood disorders. To examine the effect of lithium treatment on consumers' general health and social functioning, its acceptability to consumers, and the side-effects of treatment.
Lithium is the essential medication for patients with mood disorders. The evidence of its efficacy in maintenance treatment is acknowledged in all major international treatment guidelines for bipolar disorders and, when used correctly, lithium unquestionably produces the most dramatic benefits of any medication in psychopharmacology.
Lithium in the Treatment of Mood Disorders N Engl J Med. Sep 1;(9) doi: /NEJM Authors L H Price 1, G R Heninger. Cited by: Mood disorders are common, disabling and tend to be recurrent. They carry a high risk of suicide.
Maintenance treatment, aimed at the prevention of relapse, is therefore of vital m has been used for some years as the mainstay of maintenance treatment in bipolar affective disorder, and to a lesser extent in unipolar disorder.
The use of lithium ions in the treatment of manic states is discussed. Lithium is possibly the only specific drug treatment presently available for the major psychoses and has met with enthusiasm in England, Scandinavia, Australia and, more recently, in Canada and the United States.
A number of the published papers on the subject are not sufficiently comprehensive to provide guidance for even its. Although over 40 years have elapsed since its effects on mania were first described,1 lithium is still a mainstay in the treatment of mood disorders.
Indeed, it remains the standard against which n Cited by: It was Australian psychiatrist John Cade who, inpublished one of the first papers on the use of lithium in the treatment of acute mania.
From that time on, lithium was increasingly prescribed. Lithium has been used for some years as the mainstay of maintenance treatment in bipolar affective disorder, and to a lesser extent in unipolar disorder. However, the efficacy and effectiveness of prophylactic lithium therapy has been disputed.
Get this from a library. Lithium in the treatment of mood disorders. [Antoinette A Gattozzi; National Institute of Mental Health (U.S.). Program Analysis and Evaluation Branch.]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Gattozzi, Antoinette A.
Lithium in the treatment of mood disorders. Rockville, Md.: National Institute of Mental Health. Lithium, rather than antipsychotics, was used as an add-on agent primarily owing to family history of depression and number of depressive episodes, which have previously been associated with lithium augmentation response.5Side effects, including shaking and postural instability, were observed.
Bipolar and depressive disorder -- Treatment of bipolar and depressive disorder. Lithium treatment of mood disorders. What is lithium. -- Lithium treatment of mania -- Lithium treatment of depression -- Prophylactic lithium treatment -- Compliance.
Other prophylactic medications. Lithium protection against suicide. Being in lithium. Lithium is a mood stabilizer medication that works in the brain. It is approved for the treatment of bipolar disorder (also known as manic depression). Bipolar disorder involves episodes of depression and/or mania.
Symptoms of depression include: Depressed mood — feeling sad, empty, or tearful; Feeling worthless, guilty, hopeless, or helpless. out of 5 stars Best Book Available on Lithium Treatment Reviewed in the United States on July 2, This is an essential book for anyone considering lithium treatment for bipolar disorder (manic-depression) and also for anyone who is already taking lithium by: Buy Lithium Treatment of Mood Disorders: A Practical Guide.
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Lithium Treatment of Mood Disorders: A Practical Guide, Paperback by Schou, Mogens, ISBNISBNBrand New, Free shipping in the US It has been 11 years since Schou (biological psychiatry, Aarhus U., Denmark) updated his guide for physicians, nurses, and other care providers, which was first published in Lithium was more effective than placebo in preventing relapse in mood disorder overall.
Lithium was more effective than placebo in bipolar disorder, though estimates of the size of the effect varied between studies. In unipolar disorder, lithium appeared to be more effective than placebo but the evidence for this was less clear cut.
Since then, lithium has become a mainstay of preventative treatment in bipolar disorders, as well as in unipolar depression (Cipriani et al. ). Furthermore, lithium has been recommended for the treatment of acute mania and for the augmentation of antidepressants in unipolar depression (Katona ; Bauer et al.