The Resource Mood Stabilizing Agents
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- This program looks at the signs and symptoms of bipolar disorder and differentiates between bipolar 1 and bipolar 2. It considers the types of medications used to treat bipolar disorder, discussing their mechnisms of action and side effects, and discusses what laboratory tests should be done to assess those side effects. It also explains how to minimize sied effects
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