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Nick Drewanz Shanthan Garlapati Tracy Teeter. Psychopharmaceuticals Group 1. Patent Analysis Assess research & development status of psychopharmaceuticals Influence of people, countries, and companies relating to psychopharmaceutical R & D Growth of psychopharmaceutical sub-fields

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nick drewanz shanthan garlapati tracy teeter
Nick Drewanz

Shanthan Garlapati

Tracy Teeter

PsychopharmaceuticalsGroup 1

goals objectives

Patent Analysis

    • Assess research & development status of psychopharmaceuticals
  • Influence of people, countries, and companies relating to psychopharmaceutical R & D
  • Growth of psychopharmaceutical sub-fields
  • Identify interesting historical trends
GOALS & OBJECTIVES
introduction

Definition

    • a drug having an effect on the mental state of the user
  • Five Major Categories
    • Antipsychotics
    • Antidepressants
    • Mood Stabilizers
    • Stimulants
    • Hypnotics (Anxielytics)
  • Why Psychopharmaceuticals?
    • Recent advances in detecting neural activity
Introduction
antidepressants

Psychiatric medicine that is widely used to treat cases of depression, bipolar disorder, or chronic pain

  • Examples
        • Zoloft
        • Lexapro
        • Cymbalta
        • Paxil
antidepressants
antipsychotics

In Greek language means “taking hold of one’s nerves”

  • Used to treat conditions such as schitzophrenia, mania, and delusional disorder
  • Two classifications
        • Typical-Thorazine
        • Atypical-Navane
Antipsychotics
hypnotics

Drugs intended to induce sleep

  • Used to treat insomnia, and in surgical anesthesia
  • Examples
        • Opioids
        • Antihistamines
        • Chloral Hydrate
hypnotics
mood stabalizers

Psychiatric medicine used to treat intense mood swings/personality disorders

  • “Feeling good one minute, and bad the next”
  • Examples:
        • Lithium Carbonate
        • Depakene
        • Depakote
        • Lamictal
Mood stabalizers
stimulants

Drugs intended to temporarily increase awareness and alertness

  • Increase activity of the sympathetic nervous system
  • Examples
        • Caffeine
        • Ephedrine
        • Aderall
        • Cocaine
stimulants
extraction keywords
EXTRACTION KEYWORDS
  • Antidepressants
  • Antipsychotics
  • Anxielytics
  • Mood Stabilizers
  • Stimulants
lessons learned

Difficulty with ‘Mood Stimulants’ category

    • New Term
    • Hybrid of other categories
  • Very few co-author pharmaceuticals
  • Antipsychotics and Lithium salts (1959)
leSSONS learned
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