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Antidepressants (Memorable Psychopharmacology 3)

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Buy "Memorable Psychopharmacology" on Amazon! https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/1535280344 This is part the Memorable Psychopharmacology playlist on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLeZk8BXkxXt9Yr7ruQtOlnaNt6naDmz2T Antidepressants represent the most widely used of all prescription psychiatric medications. All major classes, such as SSRI's, tricyclics, and MAOI's, will be discussed.
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Jimbo McSpunk (4 дня назад)
Again: No washout is needed to switch from an SSRI to a Tricyclic (TCA) Antidepressant. Why? The 2 TCAs that increase serotonin utilize the same mechanism of action. If you don't understand this, you aren't fit to be writing a book on pharmacology.
Jimbo McSpunk (4 дня назад)
At 14:34 begins an imbecilic falsehood. No washout period is necessary either to or from an (S)SRI - TCA. The OP and the book "Memorable Psychology" are dunces in a Mong school. Only (S)SRIs in combination with MAOIs can cause severe Serotonin Toxicity. Read the literature in the last 20 years and stop giving future professionals in the field false information that will affect suffering patients.
Jimbo McSpunk (4 дня назад)
MAOI info is moronically incorrect. I haven't even listened to the video yet.
Mark La Fave (2 месяца назад)
You rock! Great mnemonics!
mayeth palay (2 месяца назад)
this is an amazing video. your mnemonic works and your visual images are stimulating. I do use this technique to improve my recall but having something like this that is already done saves time. this is really helpful. thank you so much
Johanna Pagels (2 месяца назад)
Fantastic! Thank you so much!!!
collegesavings211 (2 месяца назад)
Who are you and how in the hell did you come up with this?
silentum excubitor (3 месяца назад)
This video is garbage. Psychiatry is a pseudoscience, a drugs racket, and a means of social control. It's 21st century Phrenology, with potent neuro-toxins. Psychiatry has done, and continues to do, far more harm than good. The DSM-5 is nothing more than a catalog of billing codes. ALL of the so-called "diagnoses" in it are bogus, and they were ALL INVENTED, not discovered, to serve as excuses to $ELL DRUG$. There IS a difference! So-called "mental illnesses" are exactly as "real" as presents from Santa Claus, but not more real. As for the BULLSHIT about "serotonin & depression", there is NO legitimate medical evidence that so-called "depression" and serotonin levels are in any way correlated, much less exist in any sort of cause-and-effect relationship. What "studies" exist about so-called "antidepressants" are largely PhRMA-funded, and do not stand up well to independent scrutiny. For some TRUTH to counter the LIES of the Mental-Illness-Industrial-Complex, vist: >www.madinamerica.com<
Kevin Lomibao (4 месяца назад)
My personal mnemonic for Selegeline is selective to B is that Selena Gomez chose Bieber (justine)
JustMai (5 месяцев назад)
Hey there, thank you so much for your informative, clear and concise videos. I was wondering, if ADs are uppers and benzos are downers, how is it, from a molecular stand point, that it is a very common psychiatric combination? Aren't the ADs supposed to cancel the benzos effects, and vice versa?
Naziya Mirza (5 месяцев назад)
osm way....😍😍😍😍😉😉👍👍👍👍😇😇😇👏👏
Study Bee (6 месяцев назад)
bellank18 (7 месяцев назад)
Thank you for making this available. Your lectures are really helpful and educative.
Frank Ugokwe (8 месяцев назад)
Pls is there anybody out there.. I think i might need help.. Have been taking serotonin reuptake inhibitors fluoxetine and amitriptyline.. For 4 year now.. Its has been working out fine in Cope with depression.. I stop taking amitriptyline abruptly still for 3 days while still on fluoxetine. Within 2days or so the medication stop working while i reintroduced amitriptyline back.. Dosages are flouxetine 20mg in morning.. amitriptyline 50mg + 20mg at night.. Pls help me cos am confused on whether am suffering. From withdrawal symdrome or serotonin symdrome.. Any suggestions pls
Hatchala Chadasha (8 месяцев назад)
Trazabone.. hehe
JC DS (9 месяцев назад)
I fucking love this.
D AMA (10 месяцев назад)
thank you so much
Sky 4 (11 месяцев назад)
All the right players in all the right places...love that song.
Asmaa Khairy (11 месяцев назад)
your psychopharm lectures are the best pharmacology lectures I've ever watched in my life - on the internet or real life - thank you so much , your data is concise, clear and very easy to remember
Benzo tERROR (1 год назад)
If only you'd go into everything bad about these drugs lol
Natalia Fomenko (1 год назад)
God bless you
RochSolid (1 год назад)
This was, for me, the best review of antidepressants. Appreciate the the inclusion of color-coded catecholamines w/(-) /(+) affected and the mnemonics. Thanks a💯
NY Nurse (1 год назад)
O M G Best psych pharm lecture and tips EVER!!!! From Squirt-traline to CeLEXUS needs a ECarG I will never mix my meds up again on a test!!!!! The mnemonics, from the drug names, to the neurotransmitter actions and all the SEs, they were ALL brilliant!!!!! From grateful nursing and med students everywhere, THANK YOU! Debbie Q Nur202 SUNY Orange Hudson Valley NY ❤️🇺🇸💙☺️
NY Nurse (1 год назад)
PS...the graphics are PERFECTION as well on all of your videos...so clean and simple that I know I will be able to close my eyes and visually see this presentation during an exam...especially the “periodic table”-like neurotransmitter symbols with + or - for their physiologic actions!!!!! Just wanted to mention that since I know a lot of the presenters here on YouTube like feedback, & we viewers know how hard you all work on designing the templates for your channel! Love the simple color schemes and the lovely main ‘orange’ theme drew me right in from the start as a SUNY Orange student lolol!
Sarah Thiab (1 год назад)
This is so helpful especially when you associate them with side effects, I personally always have trouble remembering ;~;. THANK YOU SO MUCHHHHHHH
emilymaryjane22 (1 год назад)
I’m currently studying for my mental health finals and this video really helped me to remember things! Thank you!
Daphne Hoekstra (1 год назад)
Christopher Lachowski (1 год назад)
These lectures are amazing. Thanks!
Isteshhad Shata (1 год назад)
OMGGGG. YOUR VIDEOS ARE SO AMAZING!!!! thank you endlessly! <3
Raed (1 год назад)
Your lectures are marvelous. Thank you so much. I hope we see videos for other topics in medicine
Memorable Psychiatry (1 год назад)
First one was just posted on Friday! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FHbRgjG9Ppc
Cary Shore (1 год назад)
Nice! How soon will you have the new videos out?
Memorable Psychiatry (1 год назад)
Thanks for your comment! I am planning to release some new videos on general topics in psychiatry soon, so be on the lookout for those
Jae Kim (1 год назад)
Best Psychopharmacology lecture ever! Thank you!
Michael Wirick (1 год назад)
Thank you
SHAHI RAHMAN (2 года назад)
Good presentation
Deb Clk (3 года назад)
Thank you for your lectures.  My psychopharm lecturer speaks in a manner that none of us understand, presents approx 45-50 slides in an hour and plows through.  He told us if we fail it's because we are idiots!  Thank goodness you are there with your plain English lectures.  Exam in 36 hours and counting!!
Kulshini De Alwis (3 года назад)
Thank you so much! These videos are amazing :)
Mariana Sampaio (4 года назад)
thank you so much! you're going to save me in the exam!
claes kinttof (4 года назад)
This is really good and concise, havent had any medical training, but this is very straight forward and serves good for an introduction, i think. Really good.

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