Miriam Moreno-Manzanaro

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BACKGROUND Studies in bipolar disorder (BD) to date are limited in their ability to provide a whole-disease perspective--their scope has generally been confined to a single disease phase and/or a specific treatment. Moreover, most clinical trials have focused on the manic phase of disease, and not on depression, which is associated with the greatest disease(More)
Bipolar disorder is a mood disorder which requires complex treatment. Current treatment guidelines are based on the results of published randomized clinical trials and meta-analyses which may not accurately reflect everyday clinical practice. This multi-national, multi-centre, observational cohort study describes clinical management and clinical outcomes(More)
BACKGROUND Bipolar manic episodes often require hospital admission to ensure patient safety. The antipsychotic quetiapine is a common treatment for bipolar mania and is available in immediate release (IR) and extended release (XR) formulations; however, outcomes in patients receiving these different formulations have not been directly compared in an acute(More)
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