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olanzapine oedema

Madhavan Seshadri, Madhusudan Deepak Thalitaya, Tuno Simon, Catherine Odelola, Humphrey Enow
Antidepressants are routinely used by General Practitioners (GP) as well as Psychiatrists to treat Depression. They are tolerated well. However, in certain patient populations, they are associated with SIADH (Syndrome of Inappropriate Anti-Diuretic Hormone Secretion) and Hyponatremia. Various research studies have shown that all antidepressants are associated with Hyponatremia. Hyponatremia as a side effect of antidepressant therapy is more commonly seen in old age, chronic Kidney disease and Hypothyroidism...
September 2017: Psychiatria Danubina
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Several detailed case reports have described cardiac muscle disorders (cardiomyopathy and myocarditis) in patients treated with quetiapine, some of which have been fatal. The symptoms included shortness of breath and oedema. The disorders sometimes resolved on withdrawal of quetiapine. Quetiapine is chemically similar to clozapine and olanzapine, which are known to sometimes provoke this type of adverse effect. In practice, a patient who develops dyspnoea or other signs of heart failure during quetiapine therapy may benefit if the drug's role is recognised and quetiapine withdrawn...
July 2013: Prescrire International
C Bridle, S Palmer, A-M Bagnall, J Darba, S Duffy, M Sculpher, R Riemsma
OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the clinical and cost-effectiveness of quetiapine, olanzapine and valproate semisodium in the treatment of mania associated with bipolar disorder. DATA SOURCES: Electronic databases; industry submissions made to the National Institute for Clinical Excellence. REVIEW METHODS: Randomised trials and economic evaluations that evaluated the effectiveness of quetiapine, olanzapine or valproate semisodium in the treatment of mania associated with bipolar disorder were selected for inclusion...
May 2004: Health Technology Assessment: HTA
Bernardo Ng, Alejandra Postlethwaite, Jens Rollnik
Premarketing trials of olanzapine reported an incidence of peripheral oedema of 3%. Outpatients, who were actively receiving treatment with olanzapine, were evaluated for peripheral oedema. Twenty-eight (57%) out of 49 subjects exhibited oedema, including five (10.2%) to a severe degree. There were no significant differences regarding gender, time/dose on olanzapine, concomitant diagnoses or psychotropic medication. There was a tendency (P < 0.10) for older age and greater frequency of thyroid abnormalities in those individuals with oedema...
January 2003: International Clinical Psychopharmacology
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