Antipsychotic Schizophrenia Case Study
Physical health is an area that is of equal importance to a patient’s mental health. With the treatment of schizophrenia frequently resulting in antipsychotic medication, this brings about the need to manage patient’s physical status, as such side effects as increased weight gain may hinder the recovery process, through patients …show more content…
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