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1

most common conditions seen in primary care

1. HTN
2. major depressive disorders

2

MDD definition: for at least _____, 5+ sx, at least one is_____or_____

for at least 2 weeks, 5+ sx, at least 1 is depressed mood or loss of interest/pleasure

3

anhedonia

loss of interest or pleasure in activities, most of the time, most days

4

are men or women at greater risk for experiencing a depressive disorder

Women

5

avg age of onset for mdd

mid 20's

6

what predicts recurrence of depressive episodes?

residual sx

7

____who have a single major depressive episode never have another 1

40%

8

what percent of ppl with MDE will later have a manic episode

5-10%

9

most effective tx for MDD

psychopharmacology + psychotx

10

after starting anti-depressants, expect a ___% improvment within____

20% within 2 weeks

11

MAOi are known to interact with which common drugs (2)

1. demerol
2. pseudoephedrine

12

vilazodone MOA

SSRI with 5HT binding properties

13

vortioxetine MOA

SSRI with multiple serotonin binding properties

14

compared to the general populaton, bipolar disorder has what relationship with risk of suicide?

incr risk (12-20% incr in risk)

15

mean age of onset for bipolar disorder

early 20's

16

postpartum psychosis is considered a _____

manic episode

17

same sx as manic episode, but less severe, 4+ days

hypomanic episode (bipolar affective disorder type 2)

18

1+ manic or mixed episode

bipolar disorder type 1

19

1+ hypomanic and 1+ depressive episode without any manic episode

bipolar disorder type 2

20

depressive episode criteria for type 1 bipolar disorde

none required

21

2 years of fluctuating and depressive sx that don't meet full criteria for a hypomanic or MDE

cyclothymia

22

common tx of bipolar disorder

lithium + antidepressant