Better care needed for people displaying first symptoms of bipolar disorder
(King's College London - Institute of Psychiatry) Better care and more research into treatments for people experiencing a first manic episode are urgently needed, according to researchers at the NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre.The study, published today in The Lancet Psychiatry by a team of international experts, describes patchy and inconsistent care, widespread failure to detect bipolar disorder early enough, and a lack of guidance on how to treat people experiencing mania for the first time.
ConclusionThe utilization of a stone retrieval basket is a novel and effective method for retrieving a wide based endometrial polyp following incomplete resection with hysteroscopic scissors.
ConclusionThe pinpoint accuracy of the bipolar method allowed for safe and complete dissection.
ConclusionThese modifications to the technique will help shorten operation times and reduce complications of LSC.
Conditions: Bipolar Disorder; Substance Use Disorders Interventions: Behavioral: Integrated Treatment Adherence Program for Veterans (ITAP-VA); Behavioral: Safety Assessment and Follow-up Evaluation (SAFE) Sponsor: Providence VA Medical Center Not yet recruiting
Conditions: Bipolar I Disorder; Schizophrenia Intervention: Drug: Iloperidone Sponsor: Vanda Pharmaceuticals Recruiting
Publication date: February 2020Source: Materials Science in Semiconductor Processing, Volume 106Author(s): V.L. Patil, Aditya A. Patil, S.V. Patil, N.A. Khairnar, N.L. Tarwal, S.A. Vanalakar, R.N. Bulakhe, Insik In, P.S. Patil, T.D. DongaleAbstractThe memristive devices are getting a lot of interest in recent years due to its applications in the field of resistive memory and brain-inspired computing. In the present work, we have developed a ZnO memristive device using the reflux method. We have demonstrated non-volatile memory properties and mimicked the basic synaptic properties of using Al/ZnO/FTO thin film device. The s...
TUESDAY, Oct. 15, 2019 -- Patients with bipolar disorder (BD) seem to have an increased risk for developing Parkinson disease (PD), according to a review published online Oct. 14 in JAMA Neurology. Patricia R. Faustino, M.D., from the University of...
According to a recent review, individuals with bipolar disorder may have an increased risk of developing Parkinson's disease later in life.
To present an alternative approach to hysteroscopic endometrial polypectomy. Currently most hysteroscopic polypectomy procedures are performed using a single use instruments such as a bipolar resectoscope or one of the several commercially available hysteroscopic morcellation devices. This surgical procedure allows the completion of a hysteroscopic polypectomy without incurring the costs associated with these single use instruments.
To compare the recurrence of benign endometrial polyps after hysteroscopic polypectomy performed with bipolar electrode (BE) or a small diameter hysteroscopic tissue removal system (HTRs).