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  • Structure and neural mechanisms of catatonia. [Review]
  • LPLancet Psychiatry 2019 Jun 10
  • Walther S, Stegmayer K, … Heckers S
  • Catatonia is a psychomotor syndrome associated with several psychiatric and medical conditions. Psychomotor signs range from stupor to agitation, and include pathognomonic features such as verbigerat…
  • Catatonia and the immune system: a review. [Review]
  • LPLancet Psychiatry 2019 Jun 10
  • Rogers JP, Pollak TA, … David AS
  • Catatonia is a psychomotor disorder featuring stupor, posturing, and echophenomena. This Series paper examines the evidence for immune dysregulation in catatonia. Activation of the innate immune syst…
  • Systematic review on the effects of medication under hyperbaric conditions: consequences for the diver. [Journal Article]
  • DHDiving Hyperb Med 2019 Jun 30; 49(2):127-136
  • Hoencamp E, van Dongen TT, … Hoencamp R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Animal studies revealed that psycho-pharmaceuticals can limit the onset of neurologic symptoms and cardiovascular protective drugs might add a potential protective effect against decompression sickness. No evidence of significant risks due to changes in pharmacologic mechanisms were revealed and most medication is not a contraindication to diving. For improving decision making in prescribing medicine for recreational and occupational divers and to enhance safety by increasing our understanding of pharmacology in hyperbaric conditions, future research should focus on controlled human studies.
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