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These compounds are called use- petitive NMDA receptor antagonist best 400 mg indinavir, is currently in phase III dependent 400 mg indinavir mastercard. Competitive NMDA receptor antagonists block clinical trials for the treatment of acute stroke (Intravenous channel activity best when glutamate levels are low discount indinavir 400mg with amex. Patients are ran- antagonists would be expected to be less efficacious during domized to receive placebo or intravenous magnesium (16 ischemia compared to a normally functioning brain because mmol over 15 minutes followed by 65 mmol over 24 hours) glutamate levels rise during ischemia (56); therefore, the within 12 hours of symptom onset (69). Recruitment of therapeutic index of these agents would be expected to be the 2,700 patients is ongoing and should be completed by low. Magnesium infusions are well tolerated in humans Not surprisingly, two phase III trials (Acute Stroke Trials and have been demonstrated to be neuroprotective in ani- Involving Selfotel Treatment [ASSIST] and a head injury mal models of cerebral ischemia (49,69,70). In a smaller trial) of the competitive NMDA receptor antagonist CGS trial, magnesium-treated patients improved neurologically 19755 (Selfotel) were suspended given that they were not and the need for institutional care 6 months after the stroke effective and caused neurotoxic side effects (57–59). Furthermore, among the patients with a novel site within the pore and is an orally active small severe stroke, there was a trend toward a significant differ- molecule developed by drawing on the knowledge of spider ence in the number of deaths between those treated with toxins with pore-blocking abilities (72). NPS-1506 is cur- Selfotel (33%) and those in the placebo group (22%) (58). In ani- NMDA receptor antagonist Aptiganel (Cerestat/CNS- mal models of cerebral ischemia, significant protection is 1102) were discontinued (62). In a subsequent analysis of achieved even when NPS-1506 is administered up to 2 the phase III trial, some potential therapeutic benefit was hours after onset of stroke. At neuroprotective doses there identified in a subset of the stroke population. Cambridge were no PCP-like behavioral effects, no learning or memory Neuroscience plans to further investigate these beneficial impairment, no neuronal vacuolization, and no significant effects in partnership with Boehringer Ingelheim (63). The sedation or cardiovascular side effects (72,73). Their failure has been attributed to the Glycine site antagonists exhibit better safety profiles than cardiovascular side effects they possess by virtue of their NMDA receptor antagonists that bind to other sites (48). Eliprodil had electrocardio- been focused on two therapeutic candidates, ACEA 1021 graphic effects that limited dosing such that efficacy was (Licostinel) and GV150526. ACEA 1021 (5-nitro-6,7- not obtained and phase III trials were abandoned in 1997 dichloro-2,3-quinoxalinedione) is a member of a family of (74). Another feature of the polyamine site antagonists is compounds called kappagems. ACEA-1021 has demon- that they are relatively specific for NR2B receptor subunits strated neuroprotective efficacy in animal models of focal (76). The affinity of eliprodil for NR2B subunits is more and global ischemia (81) and it exhibits minimal adverse than 100-fold greater than that for NR2A or NR2C recep- CNS or cardiovascular side effects (50,82). A number of other NR2B subunit selective originated by ACEA, was being developed by CoCensys for antagonists are currently under development for the treat- Novartis, but Novartis stopped participating in its develop- ment of stroke (Table 93. Ro 25-6981 and CP-101,606 ment after crystals of ACEA-1021 were found in the urine are both high-affinity NR2B-selective antagonists with very of some participants in a phase I study (83). CP-101,606 is neuroprotective in retains the rights to the drug and is continuing to evaluate animal models of cerebral ischemia but the slow kinetics it in phase II trials. One approach to dealing with the prob- may limit the rate at which neuroprotective doses may be lems of ACEA-1021 excretion has been to treat in combina- achieved in human stroke. The fact that there were no psy- tion with probenecid, which nonselectively inhibits secre- chotomimetic effects of CP-101,606 in phase II trials for tion of anionic compounds (84). The combination of moderate head injury and hemorrhagic stroke and that the ACEA-1021 and probenecid resulted in significantly larger drug was well tolerated suggest that CP-101,606 might be infarct reductions in animal models of cerebral ischemia well tolerated in occlusive stroke (79). Compounds such as suggesting that the limiting factor in ACEA-1021 efficacy Co 101244/PD 174494 are being developed with high- is related to the steady-state levels that can be elevated by affinity antagonists such as CP-101,606 but more rapid ki- combination therapy with probenecid (84). Something else which may increase the chances shown good tolerability with minimal CNS side effects in of success of Co-101244/PD174494 is that it also had much the Glycine Antagonist in Neuroprotection (GAIN) phase less affinity for 1-adrenergic receptors and displayed a re- I and II trials (The GAIN Investigators) (52). Minor abnor- duction in inhibition of potassium channels, something that malities in liver function were noted with higher mainte- most other high-affinity compounds possess (80). NR2B SUBUNIT-SPECIFIC NMDA RECEPTOR ANTAGONISTSa Cortical Neurons Rank Order Subunit Compound NR2A NR2B NR2C (Mostly NR2B) Kinetics Isoxsuprine (Sigma I-0880) — 0. The more potent, the slower the kinetics but also the more protective. From Whittemore ER, Ilyin VT, Woodward RM, Subtype-selective antagonism of NIMDA receptors by Nylidrin. Soc Neurosci Abat 1996;22:506–507 and Trube G, Elrhard P, Huber G. The selectivity of RO 25-6981 for NMDA receptor subtypes expressed in Xenopus oocytes. Chapter 93: Current and Experimental Treatment of Stroke 1333 solved within 10 days (52). The results of the dose- was euphoria in some patients at the higher dose levels (96). Two substudies in each trial were planned, to measure lesion volume by MRI- DWI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging-Diffusion Weighted GABA RECEPTOR AGONISTS Imaging) and to measure health-related quality of life out- comes. The results of the GAIN International were pre- Clomethiazole (Zendra), a GABA receptor agonist, has just sented at the 25th International American Heart Associa- completed large-scale phase III clinical trials for the treat- tion meeting and were less than anticipated and completely ment of acute stroke, Clomethiazole Acute Stroke Study neutral. Unlike most trials with NMDA receptor antago- (CLASS and CLASS-I, H and T) (97). Clomethiazole was nists, the problem with GV150526 was not safety but rather well tolerated and appeared safe. The results from the GAIN American study common adverse event that led to treatment withdrawal in are not yet available. Fewer binding sites have been character- tive functional independence (97). The difference was not ized on the AMPA receptor compared to the NMDA recep- significantly different but in a subgroup analysis of 545 tor. Competitive quinoxalinedione antagonists bind to the patients who had total anterior circulation syndrome AMPA binding site and there are also noncompetitive GYKI (TACS), the percentage of those reaching relative functional [GYKI 52466,1-(4-aminophenyl)-4-methyl-7,8-methylen- independence was 40. This subgroup efficacy has nists, benzodiazepine binding-site antagonists, and pore- prompted the testing of clomethiazole in large ischemic ce- blocking antagonists (86).

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Six-month nonaffective psychosis (NAP) was too rare to calculate odds-ratios with any of the anxiety disorders cheap 400mg indinavir amex. In addition discount 400 mg indinavir with visa, survival analyses show that costly of all mental disorders (5) generic 400mg indinavir amex. Yet epidemiologic data temporally primary anxiety disorders are powerful predic­ show that close to half of all cases of depression are second­ tors of the subsequent onset and course of other mental ary to one or more preexisting anxiety disorders (57). In addition, panic disorder (53) and PTSD priority of anxiety over depression is never taken into con­ (54) are powerful predictors of suicidal behaviors. Indeed, in It is not clear from these results that anxiety disorders those few instances where anxiety-depression comorbidity are causal. Another possibility is that anxiety disorders are is considered, diagnostic hierarchy rules typically specify early outcomes of other causal factors, either environmental that the depression should be considered primary even or genetic, that cause both anxiety disorders and the other though epidemiologic evidence consistently shows that anx­ mental disorders with which anxiety disorders are comorbid. To the extent that anxiety disorders are causal, the adverse The rationale for this hierarchy of depression over anxiety effects of mental disorders that are secondary to anxiety is usually that the impairments associated with such cases disorders should be counted among the adverse conse­ is thought to be due to the depression rather than to the quences of anxiety disorders. Agood case in point is second­ anxiety (58), but available evidence argues against this claim. Epidemiologic data show that Agood case in point involves comorbidity between GAD early-onset anxiety disorders are significant predictors of and depression. If these associations are causal, simulations suggest that the early intervention and success­ GAD without major depression is as important as major ful treatment of anxiety disorders would prevent as many depression without GAD in leading to impairments in role as one-fourth of all substance use disorders in the U. Further analysis of these data showed that The component of the costs of substance use disorders due impairment is considerably higher among people with com­ to prior anxiety disorders, therefore, should be counted orbid GAD and major depression than those with either among the costs of anxiety in a comprehensive evaluation. Coupling the fact Whether anxiety disorders are causal and to what extent that GAD is temporally primary in the majority of these is an especially important issue in the case of depression, cases with the fact that GAD without major depression is as many comparative cost-of-illness studies, including the associated with impairments equal to those of major depres- 988 TABLE 67. THE EFFECTS (ODDS RATIOS) OF 12-MONTH GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER (GAD) WITHOUT MAJOR DEPRESSION (MD) AND MAJOR DEPRESSION WITHOUT GAD IN PREDICTING IMPAIRMENTS IN TWO U. NATIONAL SURVEYS, CONTROLLING FOR SOCIODEMOGRAPHICS AND OTHER 12-MONTH DSM-III-R DISORDERSa GAD Without Major Depression GAD Without MD Major Depression (MD) (MD) Without GAD vs. MD Without GAD Survey 1 Survey 2 Survey 1 Survey 2 Survey 1 Survey 2 Fair/poor 6. Results are based on separate regression equations evaluating the effect of either GAD or MD in predicting one of the impairment measures in one of the samples controlling for sociodemographic variables (age, gender, education, race-ethnicity, employment status, marital status, and urbanicity) and other 12-month DSM-III-R disorders. Models in the first two columns evaluate the effect of 12-month GAD on the subsample of respondents who did not have 12-month major depression. Models in the middle two columns evaluate the effect of 12-month major depression on the subsample of respondents who did not have 12-month GAD. Models in the last two columns evaluate the relative impairments of GAD without MD versus MD without GAD in analyses that are confined to respondents in those two subsamples. Impairment in pure and comorbid generalized anxiety disorder and major depression in two national surveys. American Journal of Psychiatry 1999; 156:1915–1923, with permission. As shown in the PHYSICAL COMORBIDITY table, all but one of the odds ratios are greater than 1. In some general cases, such as the strong association of some anxiety disor- TABLE 67. COMORBIDITIES (ODDS RATIOS) BETWEEN 12-MONTH PREVALENCES OF DSM-III-R ANXIETY DISORDERS AND CHRONIC PHYSICAL DISORDERS IN THE NATIONAL COMORBIDITY SURVEY Panic Simple Social GAD Disorder Phobia Phobia Agoraphobia PTSD Arthritis 1. Chapter 67: The Economic Burden of Anxiety and Stress Disorders 989 ders with ulcers, the most plausible interpretation is that ing, school failure), so it is important that treatment occur anxiety had a causal impact on the subsequent onset of the early in the course of the anxiety disorder. In other cases, it is equally plausible that ders have early ages of onset, initial treatment must occur the physical condition helped promote the subsequent onset during childhood or adolescence to be maximally effective of anxiety. It is also possible that bidirectional causal influ­ in preventing adverse effects. The eventual resolution of this uncertainty is investigated speed of initial treatment contact after first important for an evaluation of the costs of anxiety disorders, onset of anxiety disorders (67,68). These studies considered as both the direct treatment costs and the indirect costs of three anxiety disorders: GAD, panic disorder, and phobias. Median delays between important because of evidence that anxiety disorders reduce first onset and initial treatment contact were found to be the quality of life of patients with physical disorders (62) more than a decade for some anxiety disorders. Further- and complicate the expression and course of physical disease more, delays were found to be inversely related to age at (63). The most plausible explanation for these findings is onset. This possibility active anxiety disorders receives treatment in a given year. Only about one out of every four people with an anxiety disorder sought any type MENTAL HEALTH TREATMENT of treatment and only 13. Effective psychological (65) and pharmacologic (66) thera­ pies exist for the treatment of most anxiety disorders. The indirect costs of anxiety disorders would consequently be INAPPROPRIATE USE OF GENERAL expected to decline if a high proportion of people with these MEDICAL SERVICES disorders sought treatment. However, a substantial part of the adverse effects of anxiety disorders are associated with Although anxiety disorders typically are not treated, it is a secondary effects that occur early in life (e. American Journal of Psychiatry 1999;156:117, with permission. Indeed, people with un­ high prevalence, early age at onset, high chronicity, and treated anxiety disorders make up a large proportion of the substantial role impairment. Although our knowledge about people who overuse primary care for only vaguely defined the comparative costs of different illnesses is too primitive physical complaints (69,70). Arecent anxiety disorders cost- to make precise comparisons, this conjunction of factors of-illness study estimated that unnecessary medical care arguably makes anxiety disorders one of the most costly costs represented the largest single component of the cost classes of illness in existence. Increased treatment is the key of anxiety disorders in the U. There is good reason to believe that aggressive will add to direct costs, the fact that available treatments screening and outreach efforts in primary care could detect are effective and that the adverse effects of anxiety are these people with untreated anxiety, channel them into ap­ chronic means that the costs of effective treatment can be propriate treatment, and possibly have a major offset effect amortized over many years. Interventions The fact that most anxiety disorders have childhood or to evaluate the magnitude of this offset effect are currently adolescent onsets means that early outreach and treatment under way.

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