Experts by lived experience: Enhancing the patient‐provider relationship through patient stories
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by Tammy Hua, Gregg Martin, Alex Leow
4d ago
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Bipolar Disorders, Volume 26, Issue 1, Page 1-6, February 2024 ..read more
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Metabolomic biomarkers for (R, S)‐ketamine and (S)‐ketamine in treatment‐resistant depression and healthy controls: A systematic review
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by Rakesh Kumar, Nicolas A. Nuñez, Neha Joshi, Boney Joseph, Alessandra Verde, Ashok Seshadri, Alfredo B. Cuellar Barboza, Larry J. Prokop, Gustavo C. Medeiros, Balwinder Singh
2w ago
Abstract Background Ketamine is increasingly used for treatment-resistant depression (TRD) while its mechanism of action is still being investigated. In this systematic review, we appraise the current evidence of metabolomic biomarkers for racemic ketamine and esketamine in patients with TRD and healthy controls (HCs). Methods A comprehensive search of several databases (Ovid MEDLINE®, Embase, and Epub Ahead of Print) was performed from each database's inception to June 29, 2022, in any language, was conducted. We included studies wherein the metabolomic biomarkers for racemic ketamine or eske ..read more
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Late‐onset delirious mania: Does it ring a bell?
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by Maria Aa Hansen, Robert Bering, Anders Spanggård, Pedro Barata
2w ago
Abstract Background Bell's mania was first described in 1849, and other terms have been used to describe this condition, including delirious mania, mania with delirium, and excited delirium. However, no international diagnostic manual has included mania as an independent diagnostic tool. The criteria for delirious mania were proposed by Bond et al. Methods We present a case of a man without a personal or family psychiatric history who experienced his first manic episode of delirium and psychosis at 76 years old. Conclusions The case described in this study is compatible with mood disorder ..read more
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Anhedonia in bipolar depression treated with ketamine
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by Alina Wilkowska, Mariusz S. Wiglusz, Aleksandra Arciszewska‐Leszczuk, Maria Gałuszko‐Węgielnik, Wiesław J. Cubała
3w ago
Abstract Background Bipolar depression is the major cause of morbidity in patients with bipolar disorder. It affects psychosocial functioning and markedly impairs occupational productivity. Anhedonia is one of the most debilitating symptoms of depression contributing to treatment resistance. It correlates with suicidality, low quality of life, social withdrawal, and poor treatment response. Currently, there is no approved treatment specifically targeting anhedonia. Emerging evidence suggests that ketamine possesses anti-anhedonic properties in individuals with depression. Objectives The aim of ..read more
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Is peripartum anhedonia a missing target?
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by Marianna Mazza, Giuseppe Marano
3w ago
Abstract The perinatal period is an extremely delicate phase that can involve a high risk for onset of depressive disorders. The Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) is a widely validated instrument for assessing perinatal depressive symptoms, including the dimension of anhedonia. There are studies suggesting that the neural mechanism underlying the occurrence of anhedonia in patients with major depressive disorder (MDD) and bipolar depression (BD) might be distinct. Anhedonia seems to represent a more stable and frequent symptom in women with postpartum bipolar relative to unipolar dep ..read more
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Fostering networking opportunities and creating a community of early and mid‐career clinicians and researchers within the International Society for Bipolar Disorders
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by Fabiano A. Gomes, Rebekah S. Huber, Sarah H. Sperry, Tamsyn E. Van Rheenen
3w ago
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Correction to “Supercharging collaboration for bipolar research—Breakthrough discoveries for thriving with bipolar disorder (BD2)”
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A needless contest?
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by Michael J. Gitlin
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Occurrence of postpartum manic or mixed episodes in women with bipolar I disorder: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
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by Verinder Sharma, Katelyn N. Wood, Bruce Weaver, Dwight Mazmanian, Michael Thomson
1M ago
Abstract Objective Accurate information on the frequency and prevalence of manic or mixed episodes is important for therapeutic, prognostic, and safety concerns. We aimed to estimate the risk of relapse of manic and mixed episodes after delivery in women with bipolar I disorder or schizoaffective disorder—bipolar type. Methods Following the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses (PRISMA) guidelines, a comprehensive literature search in PubMed, PsycINFO, Embase, and Cochrane databases was carried out on November 17, 2022, using the terms ((bipolar disorder) OR (manic ..read more
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