Clinical Manual of Psychiatric Diagnosis and Treatment: A Biopsychosocial Approach points out the most important issues in both the pharmacologic and psychotherapeutic treatment of the patient, and guides the reader through the fundamental concepts. Dr. Pies integrates both psychodynamic and biochemical perspectives, which he calls the qbiopsychosocial approach.q This approach equips the clinician with a broad-based understanding of the patient. The chapters include clinical vignettes, tables, charts, and summaries. This book is helpful for both the resident who is preparing for board examinations, and the experienced clinician who is in pursuit of enriched understanding.The total barbiturate requirement is given in divided doses every 6 hours until the patient is stable for 2 to 3 days, and then the dose is reduced by 10% every 1 to ... This is a far cry, however, from the effects of aquot;crackaquot; cocaine in our own cultureanbsp;...
|Title||:||Clinical Manual of Psychiatric Diagnosis and Treatment|
|Author||:||Ronald W. Pies|
|Publisher||:||American Psychiatric Pub - 1994|