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Class Notes for MEDI7111 at University of Queensland

Clinical Science 1

MEDI7111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Bowel Obstruction, Hyperglycemia, Thrombocytopenia

Drug OverdosePoisoning Drug overdosepoisoning is a common presentation to the emergency department (5 10,000year) with most of these being children under 5 years. ~25 of these are accidental poisonings, usually small child...

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MEDI7111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Buprenorphine, Dextroamphetamine, Pethidine

Regulation of Drugs of Dependence Drugs of Dependence Unit RBWH The DDU was set up to minimise harm to individuals and to the community from the inappropriate use and prescribing of controlled drugs. This unit is responsib...

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MEDI7111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Heme, Haloperidol, Agranulocytosis

AntiPsychotic Medications Antipsychotic drugs fall into two general categories; older typical drugs and newer atypical drugs. These drugs are not a cure, most patients with schizophrenia will need lifelong treatment to man...

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MEDI7111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Substance Abuse, Peer Support, Twin

Suicide Epidemiology Lifetime suicidal ideation 13 Lifetime suicide plan 4 Lifetime suicide attempt 3 Suicide accounts for 3035 of deaths in the 1524yrs age group Classification of Suicide Egoistic Suicide Results from la...

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MEDI7111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Fish Oil, Schizophreniform Disorder, Neuroimaging

MentalHealth3 Schizophrenia Epidemiology Schizophrenia has a lifetime prevalence of 0.6, it is more common in males (1.4x) and has a modal age of onset (M: 1825yrs, F: 2535yrs). Aetiology Risk Factors The aetiology of sch...

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MEDI7111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Neurotrophic Factors, Major Depressive Episode, Brain-Derived Neurotrophic Factor

MentalHealth1 Pathophysiology Related to Depression It is agreed upon that there are organic causes of depression due to the changes in signalling, response to antidepressant medication and peripheral physiological changes...

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MEDI7111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Tachycardia, Naltrexone, Confabulation

Presentations to be Suspicious of Alcohol Dependence History Examination Conditions Insomnia Hand tremor Nervous system: CVS: Inability to Ataxic gait Black outs Cardiomyopathy concentrate Spider naevi Withdrawal Unrespons...

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MEDI7111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Psychomotor Agitation, Comorbidity, L-Dopa

Bipolar Disorder The lifetime risk of bipolar disorder is ~1, making it an uncommon mental illness. Bipolar disorder can be categorised into 3 sub classes of the disorder; bipolar type 1, bipolar type 2 and cyclothymic dis...

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MEDI7111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Emotional Reasoning, Socratic Questioning, Cognitive Dissonance

CBT CBT is one of the most effective treatments for conditions where depression or anxiety is the main problem, with many studies finding it is equally as effective as medication. There is evidence for the effectiveness of...

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MEDI7111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Borderline Personality Disorder

Psychiatry Assessment General Guide to Assessment Details of the attempt Establish ongoing risk Current or previous mental illness Is this a flag to another problem? E.g. social, abuse, substances etc. Mental state exam Co...

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MEDI7111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Reuptake, Dopamine Transporter, Polyphagia

MentalHealth2 Drugs of Dependence Why take drugs? Physical dependence o Occurs when pharmacological adaptation leads to tolerance (thus more drug is needed to have the same effect) o Withdrawal only occurs with physical de...

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MEDI7111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 16: General Anaesthesia, Hypoventilation, Pharmacokinetics

Therapeutics Antidepressant Drugs All antidepressant drugs take 23 weeks to take effect, during which time they may actually enhance the disease process which increases the risk of suicide during this time (particularly in...

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MEDI7111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Norepinephrine, Antidepressant, Alexithymia

Depression Epidemiology Mental illness causes the largest morbidity burden in Australia, accounting for ~25 of nonfatal burden. The vast majority of mental illness is caused by anxiety and depression, most commonly occurri...

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MEDI7111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Irresistible Impulse, Public Toilet, Deskilling

Anxiety Disorders Anxiety is a complex interrelationship between genetics, ANS function, cognitive and behavioural factors. Epidemiology Anxiety disorders have a lifetime prevalence of 20. It is a particularly relevant con...

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MEDI7111 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Panic Disorder, Startle Response, Deskilling

Anxiety Disorders Anxiety is a complex interrelationship between genetics, ANS function, cognitive and behavioural factors. Epidemiology Anxiety disorders have a lifetime prevalence of 20. It is a particularly relevant con...

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