MAUDSLEY PRESCRIBING GUIDELINES 10TH EDITION PDF
The South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust. &. Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust. PRESCRIBING. GUIDELINES. 10th Edition. David Taylor. The Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines in Psychiatry 11th Edition David Taylor Lecture presented at the Symposium of the AGNP, October 8–10th Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , D. Taylor and others published The Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines - 10th Edition.
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The 10th edition of the Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines fully updates the 9th edition included in this edition those drugs in widespread use throughout the. This new edition makes greater use of tables and boxes to facilitate quick reference The lead author of all editions of the Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines. The revised and updated 13th edition of The Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines in Psychiatry provides up-to-date information, expert guidance on prescribing.
These have a major negative impact on compliance which, in turn, leads to considerable risk of relapse, thus reducing the likelihood of full recovery to the baseline level of functioning. However, the negative symptoms of schizophrenia are not adequately managed by these older drugs, and their high propensity to cause extrapyramidal symptoms and raised prolactin levels has limited their use over time.
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Of late, after many years of research and development, pharmaceutical companies have also succeeded in formulating certain atypical antipsychotics into long-acting injections. Risperidone was the first atypical agent to be formulated as a long-acting injection, administered every two weeks. However, supplementary oral treatment is required for the first 4—6 weeks of intramuscular therapy due to the delay in reaching steady-state plasma levels.
In addition, although the three licensed doses 25 mg, Atypical antipsychotics have been implicated in the development of metabolic disorder, 5 consisting of raised cholesterol and triglycerides alongside impaired glucose tolerance.
Furthermore, considerable weight gain 7 is an additional risk, often leading to early treatment discontinuation and poor compliance with therapy.
As a result, despite the increasing number of agents being developed for the management of schizophrenia, there are still many individuals who are not receiving adequate benefit or not able to tolerate currently available agents.
The introduction of paliperidone once-monthly injections is therefore a welcome addition to the market. In this paper, the pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, efficacy, and safety of paliperidone palmitate are reviewed, and its potential place in the treatment of schizophrenia is discussed. Prescriber's Guide - Children and Adolescents: Volume 1: Managing the Side Effects of Psychotropic Medications.
The Neuroscience of Clinical Psychiatry. Product details Series: Informa Healthcare; 10 edition October 30, Language: English ISBN Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Paperback Verified Purchase.
Maudesly is my favorite psychopharmacology book. I suggested it to my students and they love it. I know it's pricey, but you can always buy an older version and still have the same information. Not much changes in the world of psychopharm!
The most useful information in this book, in my opinion, are the QT interval drugs and how to prescribe for special populations - the elderly, children, pregnant women and those with medical issues. This information is often omitted from other books and this is what really sets this book above many others. Take a chance on this book, you wont regret it! Yet, even a cursory glance is enough to discern the differences between the various guidelines. This paper reviews the current standard guidelines being followed across the world and proposes a unified guideline on the backbone of current evidence and practice being followed.
The algorithm for pharmacological and psychosocial treatment for bipolar disorder, major depressive disorder, and schizophrenia is formulated after cross-comparison across four different guidelines and recent meta-analytical evidence.
The Maudsley: prescribing guidelines (book review)
For every disorder, guidelines have different suggestions. Hence, based on the current status of evidence, algorithms have been combined to form a unified guideline for management. Clinical practice guidelines form the basis of standard clinical practice for all disciplines of medicine, including psychiatry. Yet, they are often not read or followed because of poor quality or because of barriers to implementation due to either lack of agreement or ambiguity.
A unified guideline can go a long way in helping clear some of the confusion that has crept in due to the use of different guidelines across the world. Introduction Standard clinical practice is considered the hallmark of every clinician, which is usually dictated by adhering to certain clinical guidelines [ 1 ].
A good guideline should be able to a identify the key decisions e. Guidelines should use best evidence available as well as having the flexibility of being regularly updated, without leaving any scope for ambiguity.
Yet, they are often not read or followed because of poor quality [ 3 , 4 ] or because of barriers to implementation due to either lack of agreement or ambiguity [ 5 ]. This issue becomes even more important for trainee residents who are on their way to become consultants as they are required not only to adhere to guidelines while practicing, but also to be fully aware of them during their clinical evaluation.
Psychiatry, as a discipline, is relatively new in the field of evidence based medicine; yet, there exist several clinical guidelines designed to provide guidance of good clinical practice.
As should be expected, all the above mentioned guidelines need to be uniform and precise. Yet, as this critique shows, there are several differences when these guidelines are compared.
This paper, therefore, attempts to compare the treatment recommendations by the above mentioned guidelines for schizophrenia, major depression, and bipolar disorder, which are often considered as major mental disorders, and evaluates the differences between them. It also, ultimately, suggests a unified guideline putting together the common recommendations and available evidence from all the above.
In addition, salient references from obtained articles were followed upon. All literature compiled was then assessed by the authors separately and an algorithm was proposed for each psychiatric disorder, taking into consideration the various guidelines proposed for the management of the specific disorder.
Results 3. Management of Bipolar Disorder Table 1 Table 1: Comparison of guidelines and unified guideline for the management of bipolar disorder.
Acute Management of Manic Episode Several differences are apparent in the acute management of a manic episode among the various guidelines. Acute Management of Mixed Episode There are no differences of opinion here with all guidelines and hence the unified guideline recommends the use of Valp as a first line management followed by Olanz or Quetiapine Quet Level II evidence [ 13 , 14 ].
Acute Management of Depressive Episode There are minor differences of opinion here, with Li being considered as first line by all the guidelines.
Yet, the evidence in favor of these is that of Level II [ 14 , 15 ]. Prophylaxis of Manic Episodes Lithium and Valp are universally recommended by all the guidelines, which is also the recommendation of the unified guideline. The unified guideline recommends Lamotrigine followed by Li, Valp, and Quet as drugs to be used in the maintenance of depressive episodes. Duration of Pharmacotherapy Only APA and Canadian guidelines have given recommendations on the duration of acute and continuation phase, which, however, vary as seen in the table.
The maintenance phase duration, however, is similar across all guidelines and hence the unified guideline recommends treatment in an acute phase up to 12 weeks, in the continuation phase up to 9 months, and in the maintenance phase as 2 years for 1st episode and 5 years to lifetime for subsequent episodes.
Psychosocial Management The use of psychoeducation has been recommended by only Canadian guidelines with the NICE actively discouraging it.
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Management of Depressive Disorder Table 2 Table 2: Comparison of guidelines and unified guideline for the management of depressive disorder. Acute Management of Depressive Episode Since both recent evidence [ 18 — 20 ] and all the guidelines are unanimous in favoring both SSRIs and SNRIs Serotonin Noradrenaline Reuptake Inhibitors for the acute management of a depressive episode, this is also the recommendation of the unified guideline.
Management of Melancholic Depression Once again, only the Canadian and NICE guidelines have recommended specific treatments for melancholic depression. The unified guideline hence recommends the use of either Paroxetine PXT or Venlafaxine Venla as first line drugs, while recent reviews have also favored tricyclic antidepressants TCAs such as amitriptyline and clomipramine which have both noradrenergic and serotonergic activity [ 20 ].
This is also supported by the unified guideline.
Prophylaxis of Depressive Disorder Almost all the guidelines recommend the continuation of the same antidepressant as was initiated for the acute management of the depressive episode. In addition, the Maudsley guideline recommends the use of either Sertraline, Citalopram, Reboxetine, or Venlafaxine, which have been found effective in prophylaxis. Duration of Pharmacotherapy There are differing recommendations on the duration of pharmacotherapy, with both APA and Canadian guidelines specifying the duration of acute phase as up to 12 weeks and continuation phase as up to 9 months.
In contrast, the Maudsley and NICE guidelines offer no specific recommendation for the acute management. The unified guideline recommends an acute phase treatment of up to 12 weeks, continuation phase up to 9 months, and maintenance phase as 2 years for a first episode and 5 years to lifetime for subsequent episodes.
Management of Schizophrenia Table 3 Table 3: Comparison of guidelines and unified guideline for the management of schizophrenia.This article has been cited by other articles in PMC. Acute Management of Mixed Episode There are no differences of opinion here with all guidelines and hence the unified guideline recommends the use of Valp as a first line management followed by Olanz or Quetiapine Quet Level II evidence [ 13 , 14 ].
Written for psychiatrists, neuropharmacologists, pharmacists and clinical psychologists as well as nurses and medical trainees, The Maudsley Prescribing Guidelines in Psychiatry are the established reference source for ensuring the safe and effective use of medications for patients presenting with mental health problems. Product details Series: Barnes , Allan H.
The unified guideline recommends an acute phase treatment of up to 12 weeks, continuation phase up to 9 months, and maintenance phase as 2 years for a first episode and 5 years to lifetime for subsequent episodes.
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