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2011%20Anxiety%20Slides%201 - from their primary care...

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Pharmacotherapeutics of Anxiety Disorders Charles F. Caley, Pharm.D., BCPP Associate Clinical Professor PHRX 4040 Generalized Anxiety Social Anxiety Panic Post- Traumatic Stress Obsessive Compulsive Speci±c Phobia Acute Stress ANXIETY DISORDERS C ASE #1 See Handout
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W HAT ARE THE IMPORTANT ISSUES IN THIS CASE ? W HAT ANXIETY DISORDER DOES THIS PATIENT LIKELY HAVE ? D ESCRIBE THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF THIS ANXIETY DISORDER
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M OST C OMMON C O -M ORBIDITIES W HICH P HARMACOTHERAPY ? Clinical Pharmacology
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What if the patient was taking: Fluvoxamine? Bupropion? Fluoxetine? Would your choice be different? Which bzdp would you recommend if bzdps were ok and the patient were still taking ±uvoxamine / bupropion / or ±uoxetine? Exam-Style Questions A patient with GAD and a history of alcohol abuse is seeking treatment
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Unformatted text preview: from their primary care physician. Which one of the following medications would be the best choice for the patient? Lorazepam; diazepam; uvoxamine; venlafaxine; none of the above A patient with GAD and a history of alcohol abuse is seeking treatment for their OCD. The primary care physician has determined that the patient is at low risk for an alcohol relapse and wishes to use a benzodiazepine. Which one of the following will not interact pharmacokinetically with uvoxamine? Lorazepam; diazepam; clonazepam; alprazolam; none of the above R OLE OF P SYCHOTHERAPY T REATMENT E XPECTATIONS I MPORTANT P HARMACOKINETIC I SSUES C OMMON /S ERIOUS A DVERSE E FFECTS OTC S...
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