Researchers evaluated a case study and treatment of a patient who was diagnosed with schizophreniform disorder who presented at an emergency department testing positive for COVID-19.
Although the use of antidepressants to treat treatment-resistant bipolar depression (TRD-BD) is common, due to the theoretical continuum between treatment-resistant unipolar depression and TRD-BD, the practice is nevertheless controversial.
Researchers studied the efficacy of alternative and complementary treatments for perinatal anxiety.
This study identifies the correlation between racial parameters and risk of suicidal behavior in childhood-onset schizophrenia.
Study participants were involved in art therapy which alternated with structured art viewing and creation of artwork in sessions with identified themes.
The researchers’ objectives included determining the prevalence of nonsuicidal self-injuries in transgender patients with gender dysphoria and to discover the effect of parental support on these patients.
The study authors evaluated the time to onset of clinical response with pitolisant for the treatment of excessive daytime sleepiness.
Researchers sought to answer this question: How do rates of readmission compare for risperidone and aripiprazole when used for children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder?
The researchers’ objective was to evaluate the efficacy of troriluzole in patients with obsessive compulsive disorder who reported having an inadequate response to the current standard of care medications.
With the prevalence of childhood obesity steadily rising, there is a need for the greater understanding of the relationship between childhood obesity and mood disorders.
With health care workers reporting increased rates of depression, anxiety, and stress during the COVID-19 pandemic, the study authors investigated posttraumatic stress symptoms in these frontline workers.
Several clinical practice guidelines on the treatment of schizophrenia have recently been updated in the United States. In order to understand the recommendations of current clinical practice guidelines, the study authors conducted a systematic literature review.
Study researchers examined the prevalence of major depressive disorder (MDD) during COVID-19 among US residents with and without a history of depressive disorders and the associations of current MDD with changes in negative and positive health behaviors.
The aims of this study were to model suicide trajectory groups across length of stay among inpatients at a psychiatric hospital and to determine whether emotional regulation problems and sleep issues differ between groups.
With atypical antipsychotics (AAPs) being prescribed off-label for treating dementia-related psychosis, the study authors evaluated the comparative efficacy, safety, and effectiveness of AAPS by conducting a network meta-analysis.