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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1978) 13 (1): 34–38.
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...Muneo Shimizu; Donald F. Smith Samples of saliva were collected from healthy subjects given a test dose of lithium carbonate. Lithium clearance in saliva was well related to salivary potassium clearance but not to salivary sodium clearance. Stimulation of adrenocortical activity by changing from...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1976) 11 (4): 197–205.
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...Klaus Opitz; Genoveva Schäfer The influence of lithium on ingestive behavior and body weight was studied in male and female rats. Single i.p. doses of LiCl (3.6-7.2 mmol/kg) reduced both food intake and water consumption. Repeated large doses of LiCl given intraperitoneally caused a prompt anorexia...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1978) 13 (3): 133–137.
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...A. Amdisen; A. Kierkegaard-Hansen; E.B. Pedersen; S. Darling Plasma renin concentration was determined in patients given lithium treatment. In a longitudinal study plasma renin concentration was determined in nine patients before the start of lithium treatment and at intervals during 3 months...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1978) 13 (2): 94–99.
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...Thomas A. Ban Since maintenance therapy with neuroleptics, lithium and tricyclic antidepressants may have to continue over extended periods of time, drug interactions between these psychotherapeutic agents and non-psychotropic treatments have become of practical clinical significance. In this paper...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1979) 14 (1): 11–20.
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...N.J. Birch; J.C. Goodwin; R.P. Hullin A modified method for determination of erythrocyte electrolytes is presented. The claims which have been made regarding the predictive value in periodic psychoses of erythrocyte electrolytes and ‘lithium index’ are questioned. Clinical experimental data...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1977) 12 (2): 80–85.
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...E.B. Pedersen; A. Amdisen; S. Darling Serum magnesium, urinary magnesium excretion and plasma aldosterone were determined in 8 manic-depressive patients before and at intervals during 3 months of lithium treatment (longitudinal study), and in 27 manic-depressive patients who had been treated...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1979) 14 (4): 185–189.
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...Kerrin White; Jordan Cohen; Jeffrey Boyd; Richard Nelson Simultaneous measurement of plasma, RBC, and plasma lithium concentrations took place with 17 inpatients chronically treated with lithium, at various times after the last lithium dose. RBC lithium levels were significantly higher than CSF...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1978) 13 (4): 193–208.
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... Schizophrenia Amphetamine Monoamine oxidase REM sleep Lithium Antidepressant drugs (tricyclic and MAO 1) 11 8 2017 Int. Phaimacopsychiat. 13: 193-208 (1978) 1608894 An Amphetamine Model of Manic Depressive Illness 1 M. Mamelak Department of Psychiatry, Sunnybrook Hospital, University...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1979) 14 (3): 176–183.
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...Kerrin White; Randy Bohart; Katherine Whipple; Jeffrey Boyd 15 normal subjects took lithium carbonate for 10 days in dosage sufficient to attain plasma lithium concentrations in the range of 0.7-1.4 mEq/1. Periodic blood specimens were analyzed for both plasma and RBC lithium. Subjects completed...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1979) 14 (6): 350–362.
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...B. Müller-Oerlinghausen; P.-M. Passoth; W. Poser; V. Pudel The oral glucose tolerance test (oGTT) was performed twice in patients under long-term lithium treatment. Blood glucose and plasma insulin were determined. The oGTT results were evaluated by three criteria (Köbberling-Creutzfeldt, WHO...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1980) 15 (2): 91–98.
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...N.J. Birch; A.A. Greenfield; R.P. Hullin In 90 male and female patients suffering from recurrent affective disorders who had been stabilised for long periods on lithium carbonate an investigation was carried out to determine factors influencing the dosage and excretion of lithium. The findings...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1980) 15 (4): 197–217.
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...D.F. Smith The effects of lithium on spontaneous activity, exploratory activity, hyperactivity and stereotypy induced by drugs, drug-induced hypoactivity and activity rhythms of animals are reviewed. Attention is given to the rationale for the studies and the relation of research on motor activity...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1980) 15 (5): 301–308.
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...R. Yassa; J. Ananth In this paper, the efficacy of lithium therapy in the treatment of tardive dyskinesia is reviewed. It is noted that most of the published papers on this topic are anecdotal and single case reports with contradictory results. The well-designed studies indicate that lithium...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1980) 15 (3): 143–149.
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...Jean-Louis Imbs; Léonard Singer; Jean-Marie Danion; Mariette Schmidt; Richard Zawilslak Wistar rats were given lithium chloride (16.7 mg/kg i.p.) after treatment with indomethacin (2.5 mg/kg/day for 5 days), with methylprednisolone (3 mg/kg/day for 5 days), or with their solvents. Lithium...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1981) 16 (2): 92–118.
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...M. Ragheb The interaction of neuroleptics, tricyclic antidepressants, monoamine oxidase inhibitors, lithium and anxiolytic sedatives with other drugs and food is reviewed with special emphasis on drug interactions commonly encountered in psychiatric practice. Clinical relevance and mechanism...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1982) 17 (2): 104–113.
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...Charles L. Bowden; John P. Houston; Robert S. Shulman; Jaquelyn M. Clothier Saliva, plasma and erythrocyte lithium concentrations were studied in 40 long-term lithium users. Intersubject variation in saliva to plasma lithium ratio was too great for clinical utility, when based on a group linear...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1982) 17 (2): 91–103.
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...A. Preston West A large variability in the rates of lithium-induced toxic-confusional states is noted in studies of lithium treatment of schizophrenic and schizoaffective patients. Treatment and subject factors which might contribute to this variability are reviewed. A greater frequency of lithium...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1981) 16 (4): 193–200.
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...F. Okada; M. Honma; M. Ui We have measured the rise in plasma cyclic AMP induced by glucagon and adrenaline in manic patients on lithium therapy. Glucagon-induced increases in the concentration of plasma cyclic AMP were larger, but the adrenaline-induced increases were smaller, in lithium-treated...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1981) 16 (3): 129–137.
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...Takashi Ebara; Kazuo Nakayama; Saburo Otsuki; Shosuke Watanabe Orthodromic and antidromic conduction velocities were measured in the tail nerve of rats given lithium throughout life. Lithium at nontoxic levels failed to influence nerve conduction velocities. Lithium at toxic levels (2 X 2.5 mmol/kg...
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International Pharmacopsychiatry (1976) 11 (2): 84–92.
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..., administered intraperitoneally to the rats, was increased in brain glucose and brain lactate, and decreased in brain glutamate. The results were explained by a lithium-induced increase in brain glucose uptake and an increased rate of glycolysis,and a slight inhibition of the oxidative decarboxylation...