By Susan L. McElroy, Paul E. Keck Jr., Robert M. Post

Several antiepileptic medicinal drugs (AEDs) now have regulatory symptoms for treating bipolar disease. there's transforming into facts that AEDs often have a number of invaluable psychotropic results. Antiepileptic medicinal drugs to regard Psychiatric problems is the 1st accomplished, clinically orientated reference at the use of AEDs to regard a number of psychiatric stipulations similar to temper, psychotic, nervousness, substance use, consuming, and character problems. Written via the top scientific specialists, the publication is prepared through psychiatric illness for simpler details accumulating, permitting physicians to exploit the textual content as a standalone reference.

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