antimanic

antimanic

(ant″i-man′ik) [ anti- + manic]
1. Preventing or relieving bipolar disorder.
2. An agent that prevents or treats bipolar disorder.
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Although costly, aripiprazole provided substantive potential benefit over other available antimanic medications.
Sodium butyrate has an antimanic effect and protects the brain against oxidative stress in an animal model of mania induced by ouabain," Psychiatry Research, vol.
22) Inappropriate treatments included administration of an antidepressant without an antimanic agent and antidepressant monotherapy.
Until the mid-20th century, there were no specific medications with antipsychotic, antimanic and antidepressant effect.
Mechanism of the antimanic effect of electro convulsive therapy.
The study he ran enrolled patients who had cycled into a new major depressive episode after treatment with antimanic drugs for at least 4 weeks.
Medications efficacious in the treatment of mania or hypomania include antimanic agents.
Toxicity and side-effects of antipsychotic, antimanic, and antidepressant medications.
Baldessarini RJ, Lipinski JF: Toxicity and side effects of antipsychotic, antimanic, and antidepressant medications.
He inquired about antipsychotic, antidepressive, and antimanic medications and found out that almost three-quarters of them were indeed vegetarian.