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Acute mental disorders


Clinical characteristics of acute mental disorders Acute mental disorders in which emergency care is necessary include acute psychoses, chronic mental illnesses.
Urgent care
Emergency care consists of the following activities:
1) prevention of the possibility of causing serious damage to sick people or others;
2) the fight against psychomotor agitation through the use of antipsychotics, sleeping pills;
3) calling the special brigade on themselves for the purpose of further transportation to psychiatric hospitals or departments.

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Acute mental disorders

  1. Acute mental disorders
    The basis of emergency psychiatric care in acute psychopathological conditions is the syndromological, and in some cases symptomatic approach. The need for it arises from complications of a somatic disease (for example, pneumonia) with mental disorders; with mental disorders resulting from alcohol, drug and other poisoning; in acute
  2. MENTAL DISORDERS (OL) AND BEHAVIORAL DISORDERS (RP), THEIR MEDICAL AND SOCIAL SIGNIFICANCE
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  3. Acute digestive upset
    Acute digestive disorders in infants is a fairly common pathology, which rightfully takes second place after acute respiratory diseases. The high prevalence of acute digestive disorders in children of the first year of life is due to the anatomical and physiological characteristics of the digestive canal. At the VIII All-Union Congress of Pediatric Doctors in 1962 was
  4. ACUTE CEREBRAL DISORDERS
    In infectious diseases, 2 types of cerebral disorders are recorded, although there is no clear boundary between them. Infectious toxic encephalopathy (neurotoxicosis), caused mainly by general metabolic disorders resulting from intoxication: hypertoxic infections, shock, acute renal failure, acute liver failure.
  5. Nose-specific mental disorders
    As a result of the deterministic generalization of the pathogenetic mechanisms of mental trauma, specific deficiency symptoms increase. At this pathological level, mental disorders are not only syndromic, but also nosologically structured and fit into the framework of well-known nosological forms with a peculiar pathoplastic frame of their clinical picture. TO
  6. Mental disorders
    In institutions, medical assistance, including medical examination, medical supervision, for persons with mental disorders, is carried out in accordance with the provisions of the Law of the Russian Federation of 02.07.1992 N 3185-1 "On psychiatric care and guarantees of the rights of citizens when it is provided" Law of the Russian Federation Federation of 02.07.1992 N 3185-1 "On psychiatric care and
  7. Mental Disorders Approaches
    Explanations of the causes of mental disorders and suggestions for their treatment, in general, fall under one of the psychological approaches described in chapter 1. The biological approach, also called the medical model or disease model, is based on the fact that the behavior disorder is caused by disorders in the body. Advocates of this approach cite genetic abnormalities that can create in
  8. Biological and psychological interactions and mental disorders
    Although some researchers and clinicians specializing in psychopathology still share the view that mental disorders are solely due to biological or psychological factors, many of them believe that most people who develop serious mental disorders also have a biological and psychological
  9. Prevention of neuropsychiatric disorders
    Subjugate your spirit. Control your mood. Horace Mental health. Stress. Eustress. Distress Adrenalin. Neurotic disorders. Adaptogens. Psychiatry. Oligophrenia. Stigma. Verbal. Under the psyche refers to the sphere of emotions, feelings and thinking. Mental health, along with physical, is part of overall health. Mental health is associated with
  10. Acute mental illness
    Epilepsy (epilepsy). Signs sudden loss of consciousness, cramps in hands, legs, foam from the mouth, tongue bitten, pupils dilated. First aid. You can not forcibly interrupt convulsions or bring the patient to life. A person is laid in the shade, raising his head. Unfasten clothes on the neck and chest. A stick with a diameter of 1-1.5 cm is inserted between the teeth so that the tongue does not bite (Fig.
  11. MENTAL DISORDERS
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  12. EXCITATION IN MENTAL DISORDERS
    Excitation is one of the manifestations of the disease in which the specific features for each disease are manifested. The pronounced, affectively colored excitement characteristic of acutely occurring disorders is prognostically more favorable and better amenable to relief. The doctor must remember that the state of excitement often develops against the background of acute traumatic brain injury,
  13. ORGANIZATION OF WORK ON PREVENTION OF MENTAL DISORDERS IN MILITARY SERVICE
    The provision of assistance to servicemen who have received psychological injuries is an important and necessary component of the moral and psychological support of military operations of troops. However, the violation of mental balance not only harms people's health, reduces their combat effectiveness, but in some cases requires considerable time. It is sufficient to note that the restoration of psychophysiological functions in
  14. General principles for the provision of emergency medical care for mental disorders
    Mental disorder - a disease state of a person with psychopathological or behavioral manifestations due to exposure to biological, social, psychological and other factors. ETIOLOGY AND PATHOGENESIS The following causes of mental illness are distinguished. ¦ Endogenous [chromosomal, hereditary, with a hereditary predisposition or multifactorial (schizophrenia and affective
  15. Methods of psychocorrection of mental disorders in military personnel
    Among the methods of psychocorrection, it is necessary to distinguish: methods of mental self-regulation, indirect suggestion using elements of rational psychotherapy and elements of neuro-linguistic programming. These methods are quite simple, accessible and do not require special training of a doctor or psychologist and can be used in part conditions. The general principle of constructing psychocorrection with
  16. Methodical instructions. Neuropsychiatric Disorders, 2011
    The following educational questions are set out in these recommendations: The concept of neurosis, types, causes, signs, first-aid care of »Neurasthenia. Hysteria. Psychasthenia (neurosis of obsessive states). The concept of mental illness, causes, signs, first aid. Reactive psychoses. Traumatic psychoses. Intoxication psychoses. Epilepsy, causes, signs, first aid and
  17. ORDER OF ASSISTANCE TO PATIENTS WITH ACUTE MENTAL DISORDERS
    1. Ensuring safe for the patient and others access to medical care. 2. Conducting specific therapy aimed at stopping psychomotor agitation. 3. The solution to the issue of hospitalization. In cities where there are specialized psychiatric emergency teams, a somatic or emergency medical doctor diagnoses acute
  18. SOME DISORDERS OF HIGHER MENTAL FUNCTIONS
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