bipolar disorder

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Efficacy and safety of lurasidone in patients with depression associated with bipolar I disorder were studied in 2 PREVAIL trials.
chronic with rapid cycling); or (4) a developmental risk of later bipolar I disorder (narrow phenotype) still needs further research (Carlson, 2005).
Just under 3 per cent of Canadians aged 25 to 46 years have experienced at least one manic episode suggestive of Bipolar I Disorder according to the data from the 2002 Canadian Community Health Survey: Mental Health and Well-being.
In a study of 44 teens with bipolar I disorder, 30 with major depressive disorder, and 45 healthy controls who took the Wide-Range Achievement Test, Revised 2, mean test scores for teens with bipolar I were significantly lower than those for the healthy teens (30.
7 percent of people with bipolar I disorder had a lifetime diagnosis of a substance use disorder (i.
The classic form the illness is called bipolar I disorder and involves recurrent episodes of mania and depression.
The classic form of the illness, which involves recurrent episodes of mania and depression, is called bipolar I disorder.
Phenomenology and Treatment of Bipolar I Disorder in Children: A Critical Review, Gabrielle Carson
28) but lower than that for bipolar I disorder ([kappa]=0.
Nearly all of the patients (96%) had been diagnosed with bipolar I disorder "not otherwise specified" (NOS) at the time of admission, a retrospective study found.
There is increasing recognition that bipolar disorder has a spectrum of symptom expression from subthreshold to meeting full criteria, indicating that bipolar I disorder, at least, may be more common than the 1% prevalence usually cited in population surveys.
Treatment options: Current therapies for the four common types of episodes associated with bipolar I disorder and bipolar II disorder.
LATUDA is indicated for the treatment of major depressive episodes associated with bipolar I disorder (bipolar depression) as monotherapy and as adjunctive therapy with lithium or valproate.
Posttraumatic stress disorder can worsen outcomes in people with bipolar I disorder, as measured by a lower likelihood of recovery, greater proportion of rapid cycling periods, increased risk of suicide attempts, and worse quality of life.