E-drug: New Therapeutic guidelines: Psychotropic 5
Therapeutic Guidelines: Psychotropic, version 5,
is available from November 2003
Major revisions in this new edition include new drugs, their adverse
effects and drugs interactions.
Getting to know your drugs
Pertinent practical points
Other organic mental disorders
Alcohol and drug disorders
Anxiety and associated disorders
Disorders usually first diagnosed in childhood and adolescence
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Therapeutic Guidelines: Psychotropic. 5th edition. November 2003.
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