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Major Depression and Bipolar Disorder - Evaluation and Management 2011 Updated Product Image

Major Depression and Bipolar Disorder - Evaluation and Management 2011 Updated

  • Published: February 2011
  • Region: Global
  • 112 Pages
  • Apollo Managed Care, Inc.

Comprehensive clinical guidelines (two) with resources, authoritative current references.

Major Depression Guideline Table of Contents (Bipolar disorder table of contents follows)

- Introduction & Epidemiology

- Women and depression

- Postpartum depression

- Diagnostic criteria for major depression

- Major Depression vis a vis Bipolar disorders

- Drug and alcohol abuse complicating depression

- Risk factors for major depression

- Clinical diagnostic evaluation and management of depression

- Screening tests for depression

- Depression – comorbid relationships to nonpsychiatric illness

- Treatment Plan

- Acute phase management

- Medication and/or psychotherapy? - Indications for consultation or referral

- Inpatient care

- Integrated or collaborative care

- Teletherapy

- Selection of medication

- Drug therapy options for the treatment of depression - Table

- Electroconvulsive therapy, indications

- Persistent Primary Insomnia

- Seasonal affective disorder, light therapy

- Depression – relationship to other disorders

- Suicide risk

- Maintenance therapy for major depression

- Quality Improvement Tools

- Algorithms for the evaluation and management of depression

- Patient education

- Depression poster or flyer for patients

- Childhood and adolescent depression

- Anxiety/depression group for children and adolescents

- Notes

- References - listed by subtopic, alpha by author

- Resources for depression

-Organizational resources for depression

-Depression screening form, brief (3 questions)

-Web sites

Bipolar Disorder - Table of Contents

Introduction and differential diagnosis

Differential diagnosis

Treatment options

Pharmacologic management



Inpatient care (added 5-04)

References/Recommended Reading


Web sites

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