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Nurse's Guide to Mental Health Medicines

by Elizabeth Holland Sage Publications Ltd
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Pbk 184 pages
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Have you ever wished there was a simple guide to mental health medicines that can give you the key facts quickly? If the answer to that question is yes then look no further. Each chapter provides a short and easy-to-read overview of the different drug types used in mental health nursing. It focusses only on the need to know information and the associated risks and side effects. The chapters also provide a short medicines list that gives you fast facts relating to the most common drugs used in practice. An invaluable, pocket sized guide to a complex subject.

Chapter 1: Anti-Depressant Medications
Chapter 2: Mood Stabilising Medications
Chapter 3: Medications for Managing Anxiety
Chapter 4: Medications when working with Drug and Alcohol Dependencies
Chapter 5: Anti-Psychotic Medications
Chapter 6: Medicines for Rapid Tranquilisation
Chapter 7: Medication used for the Management of Dementia
Appendix: Conversion table for different units of medicines

'This book will be a great resource for students on clinical placements and as a general reference guide. An asset for nurses who don’t have many books like this to choose from.'