The result of the use of alcohol or drugs in humans, the mind is disturbed. A doctor who deals with the diagnosis, followed by treatment of people with mental disorders, called the psychiatrist. At the first appointment with this specialist doctor will get acquainted with the medical card, find out the way of life of the patient, his habits from the patient and his relatives. After the examination and diagnosis of the disease doctor prescribes treatment: outpatient or in hospital. While patient confidentiality will be maintained.
For successful treatment, the psychiatrist needs to establish an accurate diagnosis. He will need to conduct a full examination of the patient, which consists of blood analysis, urine analysis, biochemical blood analysis, determination of alcohol or drugs in blood or urine.
A psychiatrist is available several methods for determining intoxication. In the first case, used glass tube. The doctor organoleptic method detects the presence of alcohol after exhalation of the patient into the glass. The second method is a test of Rappaport. Studied makes a protracted exhale into the tube, where the distilled water. If, after the addition of chemical additives to tube color its composition does not change - the patient is alcohol is consumed. And the most common method is to check the breathalyzer.
The doctor, who has monitored the mental behavior of man, is called a psychologist. To identify deviation in the psyche or pathopsychological symptoms, a specialist needs to spend a pathopsychological examination. The patient has to undergo several stages of psycho-diagnostic research. First stage - clinical-psychological conversation, where the patient will have a medical examination, a psychologist from the state mental institution. The physician needs to examine the patient for attention (samples on the neurodynamics) and thinking. The investigated person will be asked to undergo some tests after which the doctor will adopt the provisional diagnosis. For a more accurate diagnosis, the psychologist explores the level of intelligence of the patient.
Pathopsychological conclusion consists of two blocks. In the first block will be described the emotional state of the patient and features of speech that will fully depend on the subjective impressions of the expert. In the second block of the conclusion describes the results of studies, assignments and tests.