Psycho-Babble Medication Thread 913921

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SLS's Psychotropic Medication Table All PB

Posted by Ron Hill on August 24, 2009, at 21:12:08

To All PB Posters and Lurkers,

Here is a link to Scott's Psychotropic Medication Table. I post the link periodically because it is a great resource, and our newbies and some oldtimers might not be aware of it.

I have used the table literally hundreds of times and will continue to do so. It's the first place I go when I come across an unfamillar med, or when I need to refresh my memory of the affected receptors of a med.

Scott's table lists the generic name, the brand name, the dx's treated by the med, the dosage range, the half-life, and the particular receptors affected by the medication. Many many hours of work on his part.

An excellent resource! Check it out.

http://www.slschofield.com/medicine/psychiatric_drugs_chart.html

-- Ron

 

Re: SLS's Psychotropic Medication Table

Posted by SLS on August 24, 2009, at 22:53:51

In reply to SLS's Psychotropic Medication Table All PB, posted by Ron Hill on August 24, 2009, at 21:12:08

> To All PB Posters and Lurkers,
>
> Here is a link to Scott's Psychotropic Medication Table. I post the link periodically because it is a great resource, and our newbies and some oldtimers might not be aware of it.
>
> I have used the table literally hundreds of times and will continue to do so. It's the first place I go when I come across an unfamillar med, or when I need to refresh my memory of the affected receptors of a med.
>
> Scott's table lists the generic name, the brand name, the dx's treated by the med, the dosage range, the half-life, and the particular receptors affected by the medication. Many many hours of work on his part.
>
> An excellent resource! Check it out.
>
> http://www.slschofield.com/medicine/psychiatric_drugs_chart.html
>
> -- Ron


The chart is woefully out of date.

You are going to shame me into updating it.

Damn you!


- Scott

 

Re: SLS's Psychotropic Medication Table

Posted by ColoradoSnowflake on August 25, 2009, at 0:25:56

In reply to Re: SLS's Psychotropic Medication Table, posted by SLS on August 24, 2009, at 22:53:51

WOW!!!

That's really impressive!!! and USEFULL!!!

Thanks so very much for sharing it!!

gayle


 

Re: SLS's p-Med Table. Help Wanted All PB'ers SLS

Posted by Ron Hill on August 25, 2009, at 3:01:20

In reply to Re: SLS's Psychotropic Medication Table, posted by SLS on August 24, 2009, at 22:53:51

> The chart is woefully out of date.
>
> You are going to shame me into updating it.
>
> Damn you!
>
>
> - Scott


Scott,

I have always found the particular p-medications that I looked for in your table. Maybe I'm out of date!

Do you think we could all chip-in and help you gather the needed information to update your table? Perhaps the process could go something like this:

1) PB'ers could post the names of newer generation p-meds that are not currently in your table. In other words, as we think of a latest generation p-med, we can check your table to see if it is listed. If not, the name of the p-med gets posted to this thread. Obviously, you would participate as well.

2) For PB'ers with the time and inclination, we can list bits and pieces of the information required to fill in your table for each of the newer generation p-medications that are not currently in your table. The contributing PB'er would need to supply a link to his or her information source so you can determine the validity of these data.

Obviously, no one would be obligated in anyway to participate. I for one would love to help as time and ability allow. I suspect that a majority of the required information can be obtained from the respective Prescribing Information documents.

Without intending to sound patronizing, you have helped a ton of people on this site over the past ten years. Personally speaking, you have provided me with very meaningful guidance on more occasions than I can count. So, I would enjoy helping you on your table update project.

Scott, what do you think of this idea? Please post yes or no.

Link to Scott's p-med table:

http://www.slschofield.com/medicine/psychiatric_drugs_chart.html

-- Ron

P.S. Scott, all of my current p-meds are in your table:

600 mg/day Trileptal
200 mg/day Lamictal
500 mg/day Keppra
90 mg/day Nardil

 

Re: SLS's p-Med Table. Help Wanted

Posted by SLS on August 25, 2009, at 6:00:15

In reply to Re: SLS's p-Med Table. Help Wanted All PB'ers SLS, posted by Ron Hill on August 25, 2009, at 3:01:20

> Scott, what do you think of this idea? Please post yes or no.

It would be very helpful if people would Babblemail me with the names of drugs that don't appear on the chart, and give me as much information as they can about them.

Thanks, Ron.


- Scott

 

Re: SLS's p-Med Table. Help Wanted SLS

Posted by Ron Hill on August 25, 2009, at 6:42:23

In reply to Re: SLS's p-Med Table. Help Wanted, posted by SLS on August 25, 2009, at 6:00:15


> It would be very helpful if people would Babblemail me with the names of drugs that don't appear on the chart, and give me as much information as they can about them.

> - Scott

Do you have a partial list of p-meds that you know need to be added? If so, that could give us a place to start.

-- Ron

 

Re: SLS's p-Med Table. Help Wanted

Posted by Phillipa on August 25, 2009, at 10:34:30

In reply to Re: SLS's p-Med Table. Help Wanted SLS, posted by Ron Hill on August 25, 2009, at 6:42:23

Well I'm no help but lots who post here know agomelatonine and afo? Phillipa

 

Re: SLS's Psychotropic Medication Table SLS

Posted by floatingbridge on August 25, 2009, at 14:04:56

In reply to Re: SLS's Psychotropic Medication Table, posted by SLS on August 24, 2009, at 22:53:51

Scott,

I appreciate your work on this table. I'll see if I can think of amy additions....

p.s. I like your homepage : )

fb

 

Re: SLS's Psychotropic Medication Table

Posted by doxogenic boy on August 25, 2009, at 14:51:58

In reply to SLS's Psychotropic Medication Table All PB, posted by Ron Hill on August 24, 2009, at 21:12:08

> To All PB Posters and Lurkers,
>
> Here is a link to Scott's Psychotropic Medication Table. I post the link periodically because it is a great resource, and our newbies and some oldtimers might not be aware of it.

[...]

> http://www.slschofield.com/medicine/psychiatric_drugs_chart.html

Here are some other links for new users:

http://www.psychotropics.dk/
http://www.neurotransmitter.net/newdrugs.html

The newdrugs list isn't updated sufficiently.

http://www.merck.com/mmpe/sec15.html

doxogenic

 

Re: SLS's Psychotropic Medication Table SLS

Posted by Sigismund on August 25, 2009, at 19:21:10

In reply to Re: SLS's Psychotropic Medication Table, posted by SLS on August 24, 2009, at 22:53:51

Scott, you know that link on your homepage where it says 'Do not click here'?

Of course I did.

Will I (or my computadora) be alright?

 

Re: SLS's Psychotropic Medication Table Ron Hill

Posted by Garnet71 on August 27, 2009, at 8:19:34

In reply to SLS's Psychotropic Medication Table All PB, posted by Ron Hill on August 24, 2009, at 21:12:08

I really like having access to this useful chart -thank you. Since it appears you are open to suggestions, I thought I'd mention the possibility of organizing the meds by 'class'; i.e.: antipsychotic, SSRI, anxiolytic, etc. Maybe this wouldn't be the best arrangement, and, of course it would have to be taken out of aggregate alphabetical order, alphabeticized by sub-class instead.... However, organizing by class might be helpful?

Just my thoughts. Thanks again!


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