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  • StatPearls [BOOK]
  • BOOKStatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL)
  • Suddock Jolee T. JT University of New Mexico Cain Matthew D. MD University of New Mexico Hospital/Office of the Medical Investigator
  • Barbiturates are a class of sedative-hypnotic drugs. They are commonly used as antiepileptics (phenobarbital) and for the induction of general anesthesia (thiopental). Some states administer barbitur...
  • A Mixed Presentation of Serotonin Syndrome vs Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome in a 12-Year-Old Boy. [Journal Article]
  • PEPediatr Emerg Care 2018 Apr 24
  • Sun C, Sweet H, … Jenkins W
  • CONCLUSIONS: Diagnosis of NMS or SS can be difficult when there is overlap between syndromes, particularly in the setting of multiple potential offending agents or underlying developmental delay. In addition, pediatric patients may present atypically as compared with adult patients with the same condition.The use of antipsychotic medications for young children with behavioral problems has risen dramatically in the last decade, increasing their risk for developing SS or NMS.
  • Catatonia in the medically ill: Etiology, diagnosis, and treatment. The Academy of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry Evidence-Based Medicine Subcommittee Monograph. [Journal Article]
  • ACAnn Clin Psychiatry 2018; 30(2):140-155
  • Denysenko L, Sica N, … Francis A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Catatonia in the medically ill appears to have numerous etiologies, although etiology does not seem to modify the general treatment approach of prompt administration of lorazepam. Delirium and catatonia are commonly comorbid in the medical setting and should not be viewed as mutually exclusive. Electroconvulsive therapy should be offered to patients who do not respond to benzodiazepines or have malignant features. Removing offending agents and treating the underlying medical condition is paramount when treating CAMC. Memantine or amantadine may be helpful adjunctive agents. There is not enough evidence to support the use of antipsychotics or stimulants in treating CAMC.
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