Anti-Anxiety Drugs

Outlines the diagnostic issues of various anxiety disorders including GAD, panic disorder, OCD, and social phobia. Identifies differentials of anxiety disorders and the nomenclature of phobias and related conditions. Describes commonly used pharmacological agents and their interactions, side effects, and expected effects. Addresses the issue of co-administration of these drugs with dental drugs. Identifies approaches to co-management of anxiety and depression, anxiety and alcohol-related disorders, and acute toxicity of benzodiazepines.
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Hour 1

  1.    Anxiety Disorders
  2.    OCD, ADD, ADHD, & PTSD

 

Hour 2

  1.    Phobias
  2.    Differentials of Anxiety Disorders
  3.    Pharmacological Management of Anxiety Disorders

 

Hour 3

  1.    Commonly Used Anti-Anxiety Drugs
  2.    Pharmacotherapy of Depression
  3.    Alcohol Induced Psychotic Conditions

 

Learning Objectives 

    1. Outline the diagnostic issues of various anxiety disorders including GAD, panic disorder, OCD, and social phobia.
    2. Identify differentials of anxiety disorders and the nomenclature of phobias and related conditions.
    3. Describe commonly used pharmacological agents and their interactions, side effects, and expected effects. Address the issue of co-administration of these drugs with dental drugs.
    4. Identify approaches to co-management of anxiety and depression, anxiety and alcohol-related disorders, and acute toxicity of benzodiazepines.
Instructor N. Katz, M.D., Ph.D.
More Information About This Course: Anti-Anxiety Drugs accreditation
# of Pages 57
Contact Hours: 3
NCBTMB Contact Hours 3 (Not Approved for NY)

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