Mood Disorders

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Mood Disorders
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2011-04-29 04:16:28
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Depression
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Depression
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  1. SIG E CAPS:

    What does the first S stand for?
    Sleep disturbances
  2. SIG E CAPS:

    What does the I stand for?
    Interest, pleasure diminished
  3. SIG E CAPS:

    What does the G stand for?
    Guilt, self doubt, loss of self esteem
  4. SIG E CAPS:

    What does the E stand for?
    Energy level is diminished
  5. SIG E CAPS:

    What does the C stand for?
    Concentration or attention is poor
  6. SIG E CAPS:

    What does the A stand for?
    Appetite is impaired
  7. SIG E CAPS:

    What does the P stand for?
    Psychomotor activity is abnormal
  8. SIG E CAPS:

    What does the last S stand for?
    Suicidal thoughts
  9. DIG FAST:

    What does the D stand for?
    Distractability
  10. DIG FAST:

    What does the I stand for?
    Insomnia - decreased NEED for sleep
  11. DIG FAST:

    What does the G stand for?
    Grandiosity
  12. DIG FAST:

    What does the F stand for?
    Flight of ideas, rapid progression
  13. DIG FAST:

    What does the A stand for?
    Activities
  14. DIG FAST:

    What does the S stand for?
    Speech (pressured or increased talkativeness)
  15. DIG FAST:

    What does the T stand for?
    • Thoughtlessness
    • (no judgment, hedonism, recklessness)
  16. Subtypes of depressive syndrome
    • 1. Typical
    • 2. Atypical
    • 3. Psychotic
    • 4. Melancholic
  17. Typical
    Characterized by decreased sleep and energy and a diurnal variation in mood in which depression worsens as the day progresses.
  18. Atypical
    Characterized by increased sleep, energy, weight gain, and a personality style of rejection sensitivity, and preserved reactivity of mood (the ability to feel better briefly).
  19. Psychotic
    Presence of delusions or hallucinations, tend to have severe psychomotor retardation or agitation and marked guilt.
  20. Melancholic
    Marked anhedonia, no reactivity of mood, reversed diurnal variation (feeling better as the day progresses). Rather severe version of typical depression.
  21. What do you need to rule out?
    • 1. Substance abuse
    • 2. Grief reaction
    • 3. Mania
  22. What are treatment outcomes?
    • 1. Response
    • 2. Remission
    • 3. Relapse
    • 4. Recurrence
  23. Potential consequences of not achieving remission?
    1. Increased risk of relapse and recurrence

    2. Increased risk of treatment resistance

    3. Continued psychosocial limitations

    4. Increased likelihood of substance abuse

    5. Sustained risk of suicide

    6. Increased risk of disability or decrease of productivity at work

    • 7. Increased medical/mental health
    • expenditures

    • 8. Worsened morbidity or mortality of
    • other conditions


















    • ú Increased risk of relapse and
    • recurrence

    ú Increased risk of treatment resistance

    ú Continued psychosocial limitations

    ú Increased likelihood of substance abuse

    ú Sustained risk of suicide

    • ú Increased risk of disability or
    • decrease of productivity at work

    • ú Increased medical/mental health
    • expenditures

    • ú Worsened morbidity or mortality of
    • other conditions


















    • ú Increased risk of relapse and
    • recurrence

    ú Increased risk of treatment resistance

    ú Continued psychosocial limitations

    ú Increased likelihood of substance abuse

    ú Sustained risk of suicide

    • ú Increased risk of disability or
    • decrease of productivity at work

    • ú Increased medical/mental health
    • expenditures

    • ú Worsened morbidity or mortality of
    • other conditions
  24. What is "response"?
    Clinically significant reduction in baseline symptom severity
  25. What is "remission"?
    Absence or near absence of symptoms and restoration of functioning x 1 year
  26. What is "relapse"?
    Return of symptoms of major depressive episode during continuation treatment
  27. What is "recurrence"?
    New episode of depression following sustained remission of previous episode

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