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Management of physical health conditions in adults with severe mental disorders

World Health Organization WHO, (2018)

The global burden of disease due to mental disorders continues to rise, especially in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC). In addition to causing a large proportion of morbidity, mental disorders – especially severe mental disorders (SMD) – are linked with poorer health outcomes and increased mortality. SMD are defined as a group of conditions that include moderate to severe depression, bipolar disorder, and schizophrenia and other psychotic disorders. People with SMD have a two to three times higher average mortality compared to the general population, which translates to a 10-20 year reduction in life expectancy. While people with SMD do have higher rates of death due to unnatural causes (accidents, homicide, or suicide) than the general population, the majority of deaths amongst people with SMD are attributable to physical health conditions, both non-communicable and communicable.

Bipolar in children and adolescents

R. S. Diler; B. Birmaher , Eds.: IACAPAP, (2012)

Mood disorders Chapter E.2

Біполярний розлад (Bipolar Disorders )

NIMH Інститут психічного здоров’я Українського Католицького Університету, (2016)

Федеральные клинические рекомендации по диагностике и лечению Биполярного аффективного расстройства у взрослых (проект)

Мосолов С.Н., Костюкова Е.Г., Цукарзи Э.Э., Eds.: Мосолов С.Н., Костюкова Е.Г., Цукарзи Э.Э., (2013)

Цель настоящих рекомендаций – повышение качества обслуживания больных БАР в специализированных лечебно-профилактических учреждениях при обеспечении надлежащего объема психиатрической помощи.

Биполярное расстройство в детском возрасте

И.И. Марценковская, Ю.А. Войтенко, К.В. Дубовик et. al., Eds.: Медична газета «Здоров’я України», (2013)

Биполярное расстройство в детском возрасте Клинический случай

Antipsychotics and mood stabilizers (lithium, valproate, or carbamazepine) for maintenance treatment of bipolar disorder

World Health Organization WHO, (2018)

Q8. SCOPING QUESTION: In people with bipolar disorders who require maintenance treatment, are a) antipsychotics or b) mood stabilizers (lithium, valproate or carbamazepine) effective and safe?

Smartphone‑based objective monitoring in bipolar disorder: status and considerations

Maria Faurholt-Jepsen, Michael Bauer and Lars Vedel Kessing, (2018)

Int J Bipolar Disord (2018) 6:6‑017‑0110‑8 In 2001, the WHO stated that: "The use of mobile and wireless technologies to support the achievement of health objectives (mHealth) has the potential to transform the face of health service delivery across the globe". Within mental health, interventions and monitoring systems for depression, anxiety, substance abuse, eating disorder, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder have been developed and used. The present paper presents the status and findings from studies using automatically generated objective smartphone data in the monitoring of bipolar disorder, and addresses considerations on the current literature and methodological as well as clinical aspects to consider in the future studies.

El trastorno bipolaren los niños y los adolescentes

Instituto Nacional de la Salud Mental, (2017)

Este folleto define lo que es el trastorno bipolar y a quién le puede dar, su diagnóstico y tratamiento en los niños y los adolescentes, cómo ayudar a un niño o adolescente con este trastorno y cómo afecta a los padres y demás familiares.

Medication non-adherence in bipolar disorder: Review of rates, demographic and clinical predictors

Subho Chakrabarti , (2017)

World J Meta-Anal. Aug 26, 2017; 5(4): 103-123 Published online Aug 26, 2017. doi: 10.13105/wjma.v5.i4.103

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