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A Clinically-Oriented, Prescriptive Guide to Diagnosing and Treating Mood Disorders
Depression is very common in chronic medical illness, hindering recovery, increasing functional impairment, contributing to the costs of treating disease, and worsening prognosis. In addition, symptoms of depression are often indistinguishable from symptoms of co-occurring illnesses. It is imperative that clinicians acquire a more precise understanding of how depression and other chronic medical conditions impact each other, and how the treatments for each may influence the other.
This book describes the epidemiology, etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of comorbid depression and bipolar disorder with specific illnesses. It informs physicians about what patients need for optimum outcomes, and gives practical ideas on communicating with patients and instilling hope.
This wealth of practical information on treating mood disorders and comorbid physical illness over the long term and avoiding relapses can be immediately utilized to enrich patient care.
This is the first step-by-step mood disorder guidebook designed specifically for physician use:
Helps physicians detect, diagnose, and treat depression and bipolar disorders in a concise, results-oriented way. Also helps physicians understand the issues and concerns of their patients for more effective and patient-centered care.
Provides a clinically rigorous method for quickly and accurately linking symptoms to each disorder.
Offers clear, up-to-date information on psychotropic drugs--with definitive instructions on the use of these antidepressants and mood stabilizers in the treatment of disorders, including dosage guidelines.
Covers mood disorders as primary illnesses.
Focuses also on how mood disorders affect the diagnosis, treatment, and course of specific medical illnesses. "[This book] is practical, easy to read, and concise. Mood disorders in medically ill persons are underdiagnosed and undertreated, and this book provides an excellent addition to the literature and source of information for a broad audience...Any health care professional who treats patients affected by depression will find this helpful. It is especially relevant for primary care physicians and psychiatrists."--Mayo Clinic Proceedings Mayo Clinic Proceedings 20070301 "This is a useful and needed book in the field of psychiatry. It underscores the importance of a psychiatrist's role in inquiring about medical illness and preventative healthcare in our patient population. Also, the book stresses the importance of screening for mood disorders in all other clinical settings."--Doody's Review Service Doody's 20070119
Physician's Guide to Depression Bi-Polar Disorders
Section I: General Principles: Prevalence Diagnosis and Treatment1. Diagnosis and Treatment of Depression and Bipolar Disorder in a Primary Care Setting, Frank deGruy, III, and Thomas L. Schwenk2. Strategies and Tactics in the Treatment of Depression, A. John Rush and Madhukar H. Trivedi3. Psychotherapeutic Treatment of Depression and Bipolar Disorder, Brad A. Alford and Aaron T. Beck4. Diagnosis and Treatment of Depression (MDD) and Bipolar Disorder (BPD) in Children and Adolescents, Daniel P. Dickstein, Daniel S. Pine, and Ellen Leibenluft5. Empowering Patients and Families to Achieve Lasting Wellness, Lydia Lewis and Laura HoofnagleSection II: Disorders of Endocrinology and Metabolism6. Depression and Diabetes, Jeffrey P. Staab, Dwight L. Evans, and Dominique L. Musselman7. Depression and Obesity, Albert Stunkard, Myles S. Faith, and Kelly C. Allison8. Major Depression and Osteoporosis Risk, Giovanni Cizza9. Reproductive Endocrinology and Mood Disorders in Women, Peter J. Schmidt and David R. RubinowSection III: Cardiovascular and Cerebrovascular Disorders10. Cardiovascular Disease and Mood Disorders, Karen E. Joynt, K.R.R. Krishnan, and Christopher M. O'Connor11. Mood Disorders Following Stroke, Oladipo A. Kukoyi and Robert G. RobinsonSection IV: Neurologic Disorders12. Depression in Alzheimer's Disease, Paul B. Rosenberg and Constantine G. Lyketsos13. Diagnosis and Treatment of Mood Disorders in Parkinson's Disease, Paul E. Holzheimer, III, William M. McDonald, and Mahlon R. DeLong14. Depression in Epilepsy, Andres M. KannerSection V: Immunologic and Infectious Diseases15. Depression in Cancer: Mechanisms, Consequences, and Treatment, Charles L. Raison, Janine Giese-Davis, Andrew H. Miller, and David Spiegel16. HIV/AIDS and Mood Disorders, Jane Leserman, Dean G. Cruess, and John M. PetittoSection VI: Special Topics17. Chronic Pain Syndromes and Comorbid Mood Disorders, Samantha Meltzer-Brody and Robert N. Golden18. Complementary and Alternative Medical Approaches to Mood Disorder Treatment, Suzan Khoromi, Barbara E. Moquin, Jennifer M. Meegan, and Marc R. Blackman19. Comorbidity of Mood Disorders and Substance Abuse, Charles P. O'Brien20. Orienting Treatment to Recovery Principles, Susan R. BergesonIndex