Atlas of Psychiatric Pharmacotherapy, Second Edition by Roni Shiloh, Rafael Stryjer, Abraham Weizman, David J. Nutt

By Roni Shiloh, Rafael Stryjer, Abraham Weizman, David J. Nutt

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Escitalopram appears to be a well-tolerated and effective antidepressant. With a favorable side-effect profile, it appears to be well tolerated even in patients who are intolerant of other SSRIs. Escitalopram may possess safety advantages, in that it appears to have potential for fewer drug–drug interactions due to little effect on the CYP system, and is less highly protein-bound than other SSRIs. 7 Pindolol – 5-HT1A and b-adrenergic antagonist Supposed mode of accelerating and augmenting the antidepressant effect of SSRIs Pindolol Soma of presynaptic nerve 5-HT1A 5-HT-PMT SSRI Pindolol 5-HT1A Increased synaptic serotonin Postsynaptic nerve Legend due to (1) 5-HT1A blockade by pindolol and subsequent increased excitability of the serotonergic nerve and decreased inhibition of secretion of 5-HT from nerve terminal and (2) reuptake inhibition by the SSRI 5-HT-R Action potential 5-HT 5-HT1A Inhibition Serotonin Inhibitory somatodendritic serotonergic autoreceptor 5-HT-PMT Plasma membrane transporter for serotonin 5-HT-R Serotonergic receptors (any kind) 5-HT SSRI 38 Presynaptic nerve terminal Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor 02 Chapter 1360 10/26/05 11:39 AM Page 39 Antidepressant drugs and mood stabilizers Notes about the scheme Some of the b-adrenergic receptor antagonists have a potential use in psychiatric pharmacotherapy.

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