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Topiramate and panic attacks in patients with borderline personality disorder.
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La psychiatrie à Genève : survol historique
Cet article propose un survol historique de la psychiatrie a Geneve, depuis les annees 1800 jusqu'a la recente reforme de la psychiatrie en 2001. L'histoire de la psychiatrie genevoise s'inscrit dansExpand
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Restless legs syndrome induced by citalopram: a psychiatric emergency?
OBJECTIVE The objective of this case report is to create awareness on restless legs syndrome (RLS) among clinicians working in emergency units. METHOD We describe a case reporting importantExpand
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Erratum to “Restless legs syndrome induced by citalopram: a psychiatric emergency?” [General Hospital Psychiatry 29 (2007) 72–74]
Erratum to bRestless legs syndrome induced by citalopram: a psychiatric emergency?Q [General Hospital Psychiatry 29 (2007) 72–74] Nader Perroud, M.D., Coralie Lazignac, M.D., Bertrand Baleydier,Expand
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Violent behavior of patients admitted in emergency following drug suicidal attempt: a specific staff educational crisis intervention.
OBJECTIVE In spite of much effort to create guidelines on the management of violent behavior (VB) in emergency departments, little is known about the impact of such guidelines on a real-lifeExpand
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De la clinique vers la "médecine basée sur des preuves" dans un service d'urgences psychiatriques.
Le but de l'expose est de situer la place de la medecine fondee sur des preuves par rapport a la pratique clinique dans un service d'urgences psychiatriques. Confrontes a des obligations deExpand
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[Interest of psychiatric guidelines in managing agitation in intensive care].
This paper discusses the importance of psychiatric guidelines and the position of the psychiatrist in the management of agitation in the intensive care unit. The use of psychiatric validated scalesExpand
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Panic attacks associated with topiramate.
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Des états dissociatifs vers une clinique des troubles dissociatifs
Resume La dissociation peut se definir comme un trouble des fonctions normalement integrees : l'identite, la memoire, la conscience et la perception de l'environnement. L'histoire des troublesExpand
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