Psychopharmacopeia.com is a progressive web application aimed at providing clinicians with fast access to psychiatric drug information.
Quickly find indications (including off-label), dosing, side effects, clinically useful pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic information, drug-drug interactions, and prescribing pearls for special populations i.e. pregnant, lactating, patients with renal or hepatic impairment, elderly, etc. At last, a virtual Rolodex of psychopharm information, accessible anywhere and across devices.
This site is being updated almost daily. Droperidol is our most recent addition to the rapidly growing drug database.
We now offer three separate tables in addition to the search bar, two sorted by mechanism of action (brand and generic), and a third new table organized by diagnoses (FDA-indicated and "off-label").
Ever want the ability quickly sort antipsychotic drugs by their affinities at various receptors? If so, this table is for you! A similar table for antidepressants is under construction!
Check out our new QT reference page with tables summarizing QT prolongation risk factors, including medication tables for both psych and non-psych meds (with comparison of high vs low risk of QT prolongation of various classes of psych meds).
The word 'psychopharmacology' was first used in 1920 by David Macht, an American pharmacologist, in the title of his paper describing the effects of the antipyretics, quinine and acetylsalicylic acid, on neuromuscular coordination tests.
All drugs in the psychopharm database populate our CYP450 table, organized into substrates, inhibitors, and inducers of the major CYP pathways (1A2, 2D6, 2C9/C19, 3A4).
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Last updated August 15 2022 20:48:12. Disclaimer: This website does not provide medical advice, nor is it a substitute for clinical judgment.