Depression

Depression

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Side Effect Management: Depression

•hcsp FACT sheet• Hepatitis C Support Project • www.hcvadvocate.org a series of fact sheets written by experts in the field of liver disease Depression In HCV treatment Cl InICal trIals , 20% to 30% of patients reported depression as a side effect of treatment ...

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A treatable disease

SOURCE : Rifkin, A. (1992). "Depression in Physically Ill Patients." Postgraduate Medicine, 9: 147-154. PROPORTION OF PATIENTS WHO ARE DEPRESSED, BY CHRONIC CONDITION Diabetes 33% Parkinson's Disease 40% Recent Stroke 40% Hospitalized with Cancer42% Recent Heart Attack 45% D epression affects ...

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Caregiver Information Booklet

Family Caregiver Support Project Northwest Regional Council/Area Agency on Aging What is Depression? The National Mental Health Association developed this fact sheet as an introductory overview of depression.

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Depression During and After Pregnancy

page * F requently A sked q uestions U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office on Women's Health http://www.womenshealth.gov 1-800-994-9662 TDD: 1-888-220-5446 Depression During and After Pregnancy Q: What is depression?

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Guidelines for Management of

Risk Assessment for Patients with Depression The presence of the following factors may indicate an increased risk of suicide or violence towards others: ...

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When Anxiety

By HopkinsHealth, providing consumer health information from the Johns Hopkins University and Health System R achel is a 60-year-old office manager who has a long history of recurrent depression.

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Depression

Depression Depression - F32# (Clinical term: Depressive episode Eu32) Presenting complaints The patient may present initially with one or more physical symptoms, such as pain or 'tiredness all the time'.

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What Is Depression?

What Is Depression? Depression is a serious medical illness that negatively affects how you feel, the way you think and how you act. Depression has a variety of symptoms, but the most common are a deep feeling of sadness or a marked loss of interest or pleasure in activities.

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Depression, Suicide and Suicide Prevention in Schizophrenia

Depression, Suicide and Suicide Prevention in Schizophrenia By Wayne S. Fenton, M.D. Although suicidality is always a concern in the treatment of patients with mood disorders, the risk of suicide in schizophrenia is less widely recognized.

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