clinical depression

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Lithium's emerging role in the treatment of refractory major depressive episodes: augmentation of antidepressants.
[USA], Mar 06 (ANI): Daily intake of nutritional supplements do not prevent any major depressive episode, concludeda recent study.
[5] So far, in India, there has been limited research on the comparative phenomenology of MDD and depressive episode in bipolar disorder.
'Since the risk related to depression decays over time, great efforts should be made to improve treatment and prevent recurrences of depressive episodes, ' Ndrepepa said by email.
The participants who were not diagnosed with bipolar disorder in the first visit and yet received a bipolar diagnosis in the return visit were regarded as the misdiagnosis group (including patients with missed diagnosis: The diagnosis was depression when the participants only showed depressive episode in the first consultation and there was no confirmed mania or hypomania episodes.
Conclusion: Cognitive impairment is less in total intravenous anesthesia as compared to general anesthesia for ECT in patients of depressive episode severe.
OBJECTIVE: Evaluate the efficacy of L-methylfolate in combination with SSRI or SNRI compared to SSRI or SNRI monotherapy in a major depressive episode. DESIGN: A retrospective analysis of L-methylfolate plus SSRI/SNRI at treatment initiation (n=95) and SSRI/SNRI monotherapy (n=147) from patient charts.
France's BEA air accident investigation office said in its final report that Lubitz had begun to show symptoms that could be consistent with a psychotic depressive episode in December 2014 and consulted several doctors over the following months, none of whom alerted aviation authorities or his employer.
A major depressive episode, especially when left untreated, can be frightening and traumatic.
The survey showed 11.4 percent of adolescents experienced a major depressive episode in the previous year, higher than the recorded averages from 2004 to 2012.
Mood episodes are mainly classified into two main types: manic episodes and depressive episodes. An overexcited or joyful state is called a manic episode and an extremely hopeless or sad state is called a depressive episode.
They found that children whose pupils dilated more when they were exposed to sad images had higher levels of depressive symptoms and a shorter time before experiencing a "clinically significant" depressive episode.
LUFTHANSA knew six years ago that the co-pilot of the passenger plane that crashed in the French Alps last week had suffered from a "serious depressive episode".
AIRLINE Lufthansa knew six years ago that the co-pilot of the passenger plane that crashed in the French Alps last week had suffered from a "serious depressive episode", it said tonight.