Panic Disorder and Its Treatment
Practical in approach and up to date in content, Panic Disorder and Its Treatment provides a clear and clinically relevant summary of the current knowledge on this challenging illness, covering symptoms, care, cost, comorbidities, and quality of life.
Contains algorithms and tables offering at-a-glance drug treatment options and an appendix with measures for assessing symptom severity and therapeutic response!
Written by leading authorities on the etiology, course, and management of this condition, Panic Disorder and Its Treatment
Panic Disorder and Its Treatment serves as insightful reading for psychiatrists and behavioral scientists, clinical psychopharmacologists, neuropsychiatrists, clinical psychologists, clinical social workers, and medical students, residents, and fellows in these disciplines. It is also useful for primary care physicians, including internists, family doctors, and generalists, as well as emergency room staff, who are often the first health care professionals to evaluate the patient.
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