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The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry: Psychiatry in the Medically Ill
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- 作者:Michael G. Wise
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The American Psychiatric Publishing Textbook of Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry: Psychiatry in the Medically Ill, Second Edition
Edited by Michael G. Wise, M.D., and James R. Rundell, M.D.
2002 · 1130 pages · ISBN 0-88048-393-8 · hardcover ·

Since its beginnings in 1929, consultation-liaison psychiatry has grown in tandem with the dramatic increase in our scientific knowledge about the relationship between psychological factors and medical illness, encompassing psychosomatic and somatopsychic medicine, the roles of stress in the etiology of disease states, and the beneficial effects of social support systems.

Today, nearly 3,000 psychiatrists in the United States work at the forefront of psychiatry's interaction with other medical specialties, devoting at least 25% of their professional time to consultation-liaison psychiatry.

This second edition, meticulously researched, clearly written, and designed for ease of use, brings together the body of knowledge and skills that defines the subspecialty of consultation-liaison psychiatry. More than 100 clinical and academic leaders share their knowledge, expertise, and research within these pages, offering practical guidance based on their firsthand clinical experience in evaluating and treating psychiatric disorders in patients with concomitant medical or surgical illness.

This textbook, which incorporates many updates since the 1996 first edition and features two entirely new chapters ("Epidemiology of Psychiatric Disorders in Mentally Ill Patients," and "Telepsychiatry"), is structured around the four most clinically relevant consultation-liaison psychiatry criteria:

Part I, "General Principles," defines clinical skills, including the ability to conduct mental status examinations and to interpret findings in conjunction with modern technological tests such as neuroimaging; assess the potential for suicidality, aggression, and agitation within a medical-surgical setting; and work with and clearly communicate findings and recommendations to nonpsychiatric physicians, other health care workers, and families.
Part II, "Psychiatric Disorders in General Hospital Patients," reveals the breadth and depth of knowledge required. Consultation-liaison specialists, in addition to staying current with knowledge about psychiatric and medical comorbidity, the various psychiatric presentations of medical illnesses, and the use of medical symptoms or simulated physical disease to communicate psychosocial distress, must be experts in diagnosing and managing delirium, dementia, depression, anxiety, and the effects of toxic substances.
Part III, "Clinical Consultation-Liaison Settings," details the now integral role of the consultation-liaison psychiatrist in highly specialized areas, such as transplantation, both within the traditional general hospital setting and-as medicine continues to move away from hospital-based treatment-as part of outpatient treatment.
Part IV, "Treatment," covers the vast array of specific treatment modalities that the consultation-liaison psychiatrist must know: with consideration of physiological and psychological responses of patients to advanced technologies (such as in vitro fertilization and organ transplantation) and to high-stress medical settings and the interactions and psychotropic effects of a wide variety of medications.

The results are indisputable. Early psychiatric consultation, with diagnosis and treatment of psychiatric comorbidity, not only improves the quality of life for the medical patient but-as the research described in this remarkable textbook shows-often results in shorter hospitalization and reduces costs and resource utilization.

Clinicians who evaluate and treat medically ill patients with psychiatric disorders will turn to this comprehensive, highly practical textbook time and time again. The ideal primary resource for psychiatrists who perform consultation and liaison work, see patients with concurrent psychiatric ad medical-surgical conditions, or use a medical model in their psychiatry practice, this detailed compendium is also the ideal reference for consultation-liaison fellows, psychiatry residents, physicians and health care professionals in related fields (e.g., internal medicine, neurology, family practice, neuropsychology, and behavioral health psychology), and medical and mental health professionals interested in neurobehavioral disorders in medical and surgical patients.

Contents
Part I: General Principles. History of consultation-liaison psychiatry. Consultation, liaison, and administration of a consultation-liaison psychiatry service. Cost-effectiveness of the consultation-liaison service. Liaison psychiatry. Basic science of neuroimaging and potential applications for consultation-liaison psychiatry. Mental status examination and diagnosis. Neuropsychological and psychological assessment. Behavioral responses to illness: personality and personality disorders. Suicidality. Aggression and agitation. Legal and ethical issues. Consultation-liaison psychiatry research. International perspectives on consultation-liaison psychiatry. Part II: Psychiatric Disorders in General Hospital Patients. Epidemiology of psychiatric disorders in medically ill patients. Delirium (confusional states). Dementia. Depression. Mania. Somatization and somatoform disorders. Anxiety and panic. Substance-related disorders. Sexual disorders and dysfunctions in the hospital setting. Eating disorders. Sleep disorders. Factitious disorders and malingering. Part III: Clinical Consultation-Liaison Settings. Internal medicine and medical subspecialties. Surgery and surgical subspecialties. Solid organ transplantation. Oncology and psychooncology. Neurology and neurosurgery. Obstetrics and gynecology. Pediatrics. Physical medicine and rehabilitation. Intensive care units. Psychiatric issues in the care of dying patients. Telepsychiatry. Geriatric medicine. Strategic integration of inpatient and outpatient medical-psychiatry services. The emergency department. The consultation-liaison psychiatrist in the primary care clinic. HIV disease/AIDS. Part IV: Treatment. Psychopharmacology. Pain management. Electroconvulsive therapy: an overview. Psychotherapy. Behavioral medicine. Index.

About the Editors
James R. Rundell, M.D., is Associate Professor of Psychiatry at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, Bethesda, Maryland, Program Director of the National Capital Military Psychiatry Residency, Washington, D.C., and Chief of Professional Services, 86th Medical Group, Ramstein Air Base, Germany. He also teaches in a family practice residency training program, supervising family practice residents rotating in the consultation-liaison psychiatry service. Dr. Rundell is the author or editor of more than 50 publications, including coauthor of the Concise Guide to Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry, First and Second Editions.

Michael G. Wise, M.D., is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at the University of California, Davis, and Adjunct Professor of Psychiatry at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, the F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine, Bethesda, Maryland. A retired Colonel, U.S. Air Force, Medical Corps, Dr. Wise is National Civilian Consultant to the U.S. Air Force Surgeon General. He is the past Editor-in-Chief of the American College of Psychiatrists' Psychiatric UPDATE Audiotape Education Program. Dr. Wise is the author or editor of many scientific articles, book chapters, and books, including coauthor of the Concise Guide to Consultation-Liaison Psychiatry, First and Second Editions.


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