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follow-up study of 270 patients with acute affective psychoses

Christian Astrup

follow-up study of 270 patients with acute affective psychoses

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Published by Oslo University Press in Oslo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychotic Disorders.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby C. Astrup, A. Fossum and R. Holmboe.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination65 p.
    Number of Pages65
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14738545M

    ; Skegg, ). As the main aim of the present study was to test empirical research questions rather than to determine clinical outcome per se, we chose a relatively short follow-up period (i.e., months) to minimize participant attrition but at the same time allowing for a . Moreover, in a two-year follow-up study, Bay-Richter et al. demonstrated that quinolinic acid (QA) was increased and kynurenic acid (KYN) decreased in suicidal patients vs. healthy controls. A significant association between lower KYN and severe depressive symptoms and IL-6 levels and more severe suicidal symptoms were also documented. Chapter 8 determines the effect of DUP on clinical outcome in a 12 month follow-up study in a Mexican population. A total of first-episode psychotic patients were recruited and grouped in affective (n=25, 24%)and non-affective psychoses (n=79, 76%). Diagnoses was obtained with the SCID-I and the DUP was register in each patient.   Dobscha and colleagues successfully utilized this method of obtaining consent in a study of depressed primary care patients, and found patient satisfaction and acceptance was high, with no increase in patients lost to follow up. In summary, the current study provides support for the use of primary care sites in clinical drug trials in by: 8.

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Get this from a library. A follow-up study of patients with acute affective psychoses. [Christian Astrup]. Author(s): Astrup,Christian Title(s): A follow-up study of patients with acute affective psychoses,by C. Astrup, A. Fossum and R. Holmboe.

Astrup C, Fossum A, Holmboe R: A follow-up study of patients with acute affective psychoses. Acta Psychiatr Neurol (supp ) to volCrossrefCited by:   Astrup C, Fossum A, Holmboe R: A follow-up study of patients with acute affective psychoses. Acta Psychiatr Neurol Scand, (suppl ),pp Cited by: A study 28 of American patients with non-affective acute remittent psychosis 29 found that of 11 patients followed up at four years, 6 (%) had 30 only a single episode and full remission over.

Follow-up study of 270 patients with acute affective psychoses book distinction between the affective psychoses and schizophrenia.

Brockington IF, Kendell RE, Wainwright S, Hillier VF, Walker J. In an attempt to demonstrate a valid boundary between schizophrenia and the affective psychoses, discriminant function analyses have been carried out with history, mental state and follow-up data in two populations Cited by: Hastings DW: Follow-up results in psychiatric illness.

Am J PsychiatrCarlson GA, Kotin J, Davenport YB, et al: Follow-up of 53 bipolar manic-depressive patients. Br J PsychiatrAstrup C, Fossum A, Holmbee R: Followup study of patients with acute affective by: A follow-up study of 16 schizo-affectives (part of a group of 57 children originally diagnosed as schizophrenic) is reported.

All 57 patients were under 14 years. They were reinvestigated after an average follow-up period follow-up study of 270 patients with acute affective psychoses book 16 years (range 6 to 40 years). Of the 57 psychoses 28% had a typical schizoaffective by: This book is the first comprehensive overview of the clinical features, biology, course and long-term outcome of brief and acute psychoses.

The authors review the world literature on the topic and they also present data from their own longitudinal study - the most complete investigation of this group of disorders so far conducted. Astrup, C., Fossum, A., follow-up study of 270 patients with acute affective psychoses book Holmboe, R.

A follow-up study of patients with acute affective psychoses. Acta Psychiatr Neurol Scand., 34 with thought disorder in manic patients at year follow-up. The American Journal of Manic-depressive illness: A comparative study of patients with and without a family history.

Author: C. Raymond Lake. A follow-up study of patients with acute affective psychoses. Acta Psychiatrica and Paranoid and paranoiac psychoses. Charles C. Thomas, Springfield, IL Google Scholar. Noreik, K. Follow-up and classification of functional psychoses with special reference to reactive psychoses.

Book Review: Psychogenic Psychoses Show Cited by: Journal of Affective Disorders, 4 () 35 Elsevier Biomedical Press Stability of the Diagnosis of Follow-up study of 270 patients with acute affective psychoses book Affective Disorder A Four-Year Follow-up Study Carlo Faravelli and Enrico Poli Department of Clinical Psychiatry, University of Florence, Florence (hall) (Received 3 July, ) (Revised, received 14 September, ) (Accepted 15 October, ) Summary Most modern studies on Cited by: 7.

Paykel et al., in a five-year, follow-up study of CBT in chronic depression showed a lasting benefit of a course of CBT for years, making the intervention clearly cost-effective. A follow‐up study of patients with acute affective psychoses Astrup, Astrup; Fossum, Fossum; Holmboe, Holmboe Aspetti genetici delle malattie psichiatriche dell'età senile.

Astrup, C, Fossum, A, Holmboe, R () A follow-up of patients with acute affective psychoses. Acta Psychiatrica et Neurologica Scandinavica.

Acta Psychiatrica et Neurologica Scandinavica. Supplementum 1 – Cited by: 9. A follow up study of patients with acute schizophrenia and schizophreniform psychoses.

A follow up study of patients with acute effective psychoses. A study of atypical schizophrenia. Clinical and genetic studies on benign schizophreniform psychoses based on a follow up. ().Author: Gurmeet Singh and J.

Sachdev. Gouzoulis-Mayfrank, E. et al. Hallucinogenic drug induced states resemble acute endogenous psychoses: results of an empirical study.

Eur. Psychia – ().Cited by: Chronic psychoses (schizophrenia, paranoid psychosis, etc.) are defined by specific clinical characteristics and their long-term nature.

In schizophrenia, delusions are accompanied by dissociation; patients seem odd, their speech and thoughts are incoherent, their behaviour unpredictable and their emotional expression discordant.

Prognosis and Course in Manic-Depressive Psychoses. A Follow-Up Study of First Admissions. [Gunnar Lundquist] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. High levels of hospital readmission (rehospitalisation rates) is widely used as indicator of a poor quality of care.

This is sometimes also referred to as recidivism or heavy utilization. Previous studies have examined a number of factors likely to influence readmission, although a systematic review of research on post-discharge factors and readmissions has not been conducted so by:   Evaluation, Psychological Intervention and Follow-up Study of Anxiety and Depression in Stable COPD Patients The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators.

Neurocognitive and symptomatic predictors of functional outcome in bipolar disorders: a prospective 1-year follow-up study. Journal of Affective Disorders,37 – McGurk, S. & Meltzer, Cited by: 1.

Stability of diagnosis in schizophrenia and affective disorders is high. Patients selected according to research criteria for schizophrenia and affective disorders were followed up in a historical prospective study to evaluate their diagnostic stability over a to year period.

Studies in bipolar disorder (BD) to date are limited in their ability to provide a whole-disease perspective - their scope has generally been confined to a single disease phase and/or a specific treatment.

Moreover, most clinical trials have focused on the manic phase of disease, and not on depression, which is associated with the greatest disease by:   Seasonal Affective Depression (SAD) Study The safety and scientific validity of this study is the responsibility of the study sponsor and investigators.

Listing a study does not mean it has been evaluated by the U.S. Federal Government. The evidence clearly reveals the exceedingly high mortality rate from suicide exacted by bipolar disorder. Evidence from developed countries has shown varying rates for attempted suicide of between 25 and 50 percent among patients with the disorder.[10,11] Follow-up studies have found that as many as 15 percent were completed rate is approximately 30 times greater than the rate.

The intention of the paper is to explore the range of psychotic and affective phenomena that may be observed in practice, together with the management of contributory stressors. • Patients experience a range of psycho-affective disturbances that may be triggered by drugs, the environment, dehumanizing practices and sleep deprivation.

Positive affective responses can lead to improved adherence to exercise. This study sought to examine the affective responses and exercise intensity of self-selected exercise in adolescent girls. An observational study where twenty seven females (Age M = ± years) completed three minute exercise sessions (2 self-selected and 1 prescribed intensity) and a graded exercise by: In a population-based retrospective cohort study involving 1, bipolar patients ages 66 years and older, medical hospitalizations, 1-year acute medical health utilization outcomes, and medical comorbidity rates were not different among lithium users as compared with valproate users or nonlithium/nonvalproate users during 1-year follow-up (Rej.

Background We conducted a systematic review of incidence rates in England over a sixty-year period to determine the extent to which rates varied along accepted (age, sex) and less-accepted epidemiological gradients (ethnicity, migration and place of birth and upbringing, time).

Objectives To determine variation in incidence of several psychotic disorders as by: The present monograph, Psychotic Disorders in Children and Adolescents, is by Robert L.

Findling, S. Charles Schultz, Javad H. Kashani, and Elena Harlan. This is an extraordinary book and without peer in elaborating the diverse ways in which psychotic symptoms and disorders are manifested among children and adolescents. Ultimately, Coryell hopes this study will show that esketamine is a safe and effective drug that can be used for a sustained benefit to those with treatment-resistant major depressive disorder.

When Hamm participated in the first esketamine trial from May through Julyshe reported feeling euphoric after receiving a dose of the drug. The answer is A. Acute dystonia, the most common adverse effect seen with neuroleptic agents, occurs in up to 5% of patients.

Dystonic reactions, which can occur at any point during long-term therapy and up to 48 hours after administration of neuroleptics in the emergency department, involve the sudden onset of involuntary contraction of the. Kennedy B, Strassman RJ, Ziegler M, Janowsky DS, Risch SC, Huey L, Gillin JC: Cardiovascular, catecholamine and psychological responses to TRH in four types of affective disorder patients.

Hormone and Metabolic Research; Strassman RJ, Peake GT, Qualls CR, Lisansky EJ: A model for the study of the acute effects of melatonin in man. The specificity of the association between cannabis and psychotic disorders is low. In a prospective study of 3-year follow up, of all patients who developed psychosis (assessed by BPRS), only 21% had any use of cannabis at baseline.

Furthermore, of those who used cannabis at baseline, only 8 in subjects (%) developed by:   Longer-term outcomes may be marginally better: a large international year follow-up study reported an additional 16% with late-phase recovery 3.

Author: Thomas R. Insel. Patients were generally evaluated at the baseline (before starting CBT), after completing the sessions, within months, and at the follow-up point, which ranged from 12 months to 13 years.

Regarding the format of the intervention, two studies compared individual CBT versus group The goal of treatment is to aid you and your family in achieving and maintaining higher function and quality of life.

The responsibilities and expectations listed are therefore designed to promote care and facilitate your independence. Improving outcomes for patients with depression by enhancing antidepressant therapy with non-pharmacological interventions: A systematic review of reviews S.

Oestergaard*, C. Møldrup risk of (95% CI e). The longest follow-up points with available data were used for. The mean±SD age of the patients was ± years (range, 18 to 78 years), and percent were women. A total of of the patients ( percent) were Caucasian, ( percent) were African American, and 27 (4 percent) were of other races.

Follow-up data were available for all by:. Indeed in the study, patients with a greater pdf of improvement were selected pdf the LSD group, rather then the control group, creating a bias between the two groups.

the effects of assuming that patients who left or refused follow up contact could be categorised for statistical purposes as 'treatment failures' is misleading.Course types in schizophrenia.

On the right, each download pdf the five columns represents a study. The numbers indicate the percentage of patients with the course type depicted on the left; for example, 7% of the patients in the Vermont Study demonstrated an acute onset, an undulating course, and a recovered/mild end state (type 1), in contrast to the ISoS Study, where % of the patients belong to Cited by: 3.Parental type 2 diabetes in patients with ebook psychosis.

Schizophrenia Research ; Hudson ZD, Miller BJ. Meta-analysis of Cytokine and Chemokine genes in schizophrenia. Clinical Schizophrenia & Related Psychoses In press.