Articles related to DEPRESSANTS
Resolving the Paradox of Long-Term Benzodiazepine Treatment: Toward Evidence-Based Practice Guidelines
The commentary presents a compelling analysis of the paradoxical views on long-term benzodiazepine treatment, highlighting the need for evidence-based practice guidelines. It underscores the importance of considering both the challenges of withdrawal and the potential efficacy of long-term use in well-characterized DSM anxiety disorders.
Psychiatry November 7th 2023
Benzodiazepines Prescribed with and Without Opioids at Discharge from the Emergency Department: A Serial Cross-Sectional Study of National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey Data for 2014–2019
Explore this study’s insights into benzodiazepine prescriptions in emergency departments and understand their implications for patient care.
Emergency Medicine October 18th 2023
Rapid Detoxification in an Adult with Benzodiazepine Dependence with the Aid of an Antiepileptic
Explore the potential of rapid tapering in benzodiazepine detoxification through a compelling case study, offering new perspectives on treatment protocols for patients with concurrent opioid dependence.
Psychiatry October 3rd 2023
Insomnia Treatment in Primary Care: Expert Panel Recommendations
Insomnia is often underrecognized and undertreated in primary care settings. A panel of experts convened by Haymarket Medical Education emphasizes the importance of considering comorbid medical and psychiatric illnesses in patients with insomnia and recommends proactive screening and personalized treatment strategies. As a psychiatrist, neurologist, or other sleep disorder professional, you may often be on the front lines of managing insomnia, a condition that is increasingly prevalent yet remains underrecognized in primary care settings. A recent report by a panel of experts provides crucial insights and recommendations to enhance our approach to this pervasive sleep disorder:
Family Medicine/General Practice June 6th 2023