Acute stress disorder as a predictor of posttraumatic stress disorder: a systematic review.

@article{Bryant2011AcuteSD,
  title={Acute stress disorder as a predictor of posttraumatic stress disorder: a systematic review.},
  author={Richard A. Bryant},
  journal={The Journal of clinical psychiatry},
  year={2011},
  volume={72 2},
  pages={233-9}
}
OBJECTIVE The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) was evaluated. DATA SOURCES A systematic search was conducted in the PsycINFO, MEDLINE, and PubMed databases for English-language articles published between 1994 and 2009 using keywords that combined acute stress disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder. STUDY SELECTION Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder… CONTINUE READING

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Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
In terms of prediction , the acute stress disorder diagnosis had reasonable positive predictive power ( proportion of people with acute stress disorder who later developed PTSD ) .
In terms of prediction , the acute stress disorder diagnosis had reasonable positive predictive power ( proportion of people with acute stress disorder who later developed PTSD ) .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
For each study , capacity of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to predict PTSD was calculated in terms of sensitivity , specificity , and positive and negative predictive power .
The acute stress disorder diagnosis does not adequately identify the majority of people who will eventually develop PTSD .
A systematic search was conducted in the PsycINFO , MEDLINE , and PubMed databases for English - language articles published between 1994 and 2009 using keywords that combined acute stress disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder .
In contrast , the sensitivity ( proportion of people who developed PTSD who initially met criteria for acute stress disorder ) was poor .
Acute stress disorder as a predictor of posttraumatic stress disorder : a systematic review . OBJECTIVE .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
There is a need to formally describe acute stress reactions , but this goal may be achieved more usefully by describing the broad range of initial reactions rather than by attempting to predict subsequent PTSD .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
In terms of prediction , the acute stress disorder diagnosis had reasonable positive predictive power ( proportion of people with acute stress disorder who later developed PTSD ) .
In terms of prediction , the acute stress disorder diagnosis had reasonable positive predictive power ( proportion of people with acute stress disorder who later developed PTSD ) .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
For each study , capacity of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to predict PTSD was calculated in terms of sensitivity , specificity , and positive and negative predictive power .
The acute stress disorder diagnosis does not adequately identify the majority of people who will eventually develop PTSD .
A systematic search was conducted in the PsycINFO , MEDLINE , and PubMed databases for English - language articles published between 1994 and 2009 using keywords that combined acute stress disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder .
In contrast , the sensitivity ( proportion of people who developed PTSD who initially met criteria for acute stress disorder ) was poor .
Acute stress disorder as a predictor of posttraumatic stress disorder : a systematic review . OBJECTIVE .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
In terms of prediction , the acute stress disorder diagnosis had reasonable positive predictive power ( proportion of people with acute stress disorder who later developed PTSD ) .
In terms of prediction , the acute stress disorder diagnosis had reasonable positive predictive power ( proportion of people with acute stress disorder who later developed PTSD ) .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
For each study , capacity of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to predict PTSD was calculated in terms of sensitivity , specificity , and positive and negative predictive power .
The acute stress disorder diagnosis does not adequately identify the majority of people who will eventually develop PTSD .
A systematic search was conducted in the PsycINFO , MEDLINE , and PubMed databases for English - language articles published between 1994 and 2009 using keywords that combined acute stress disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder .
In contrast , the sensitivity ( proportion of people who developed PTSD who initially met criteria for acute stress disorder ) was poor .
Acute stress disorder as a predictor of posttraumatic stress disorder : a systematic review . OBJECTIVE .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
In contrast , the sensitivity ( proportion of people who developed PTSD who initially met criteria for acute stress disorder ) was poor .
The acute stress disorder diagnosis does not adequately identify the majority of people who will eventually develop PTSD .
Acute stress disorder as a predictor of posttraumatic stress disorder : a systematic review . OBJECTIVE .
A systematic search was conducted in the PsycINFO , MEDLINE , and PubMed databases for English - language articles published between 1994 and 2009 using keywords that combined acute stress disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
In terms of prediction , the acute stress disorder diagnosis had reasonable positive predictive power ( proportion of people with acute stress disorder who later developed PTSD ) .
For each study , capacity of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to predict PTSD was calculated in terms of sensitivity , specificity , and positive and negative predictive power .
In terms of prediction , the acute stress disorder diagnosis had reasonable positive predictive power ( proportion of people with acute stress disorder who later developed PTSD ) .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
There is a need to formally describe acute stress reactions , but this goal may be achieved more usefully by describing the broad range of initial reactions rather than by attempting to predict subsequent PTSD .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
In contrast , the sensitivity ( proportion of people who developed PTSD who initially met criteria for acute stress disorder ) was poor .
The acute stress disorder diagnosis does not adequately identify the majority of people who will eventually develop PTSD .
Acute stress disorder as a predictor of posttraumatic stress disorder : a systematic review . OBJECTIVE .
A systematic search was conducted in the PsycINFO , MEDLINE , and PubMed databases for English - language articles published between 1994 and 2009 using keywords that combined acute stress disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
In terms of prediction , the acute stress disorder diagnosis had reasonable positive predictive power ( proportion of people with acute stress disorder who later developed PTSD ) .
For each study , capacity of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to predict PTSD was calculated in terms of sensitivity , specificity , and positive and negative predictive power .
In terms of prediction , the acute stress disorder diagnosis had reasonable positive predictive power ( proportion of people with acute stress disorder who later developed PTSD ) .
Diagnosis of acute stress disorder resulted in half the rate of distressed people in the acute phase being identified relative to including cases with subsyndromal acute stress disorder .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
Acute stress disorder as a predictor of posttraumatic stress disorder : a systematic review . OBJECTIVE .
A systematic search was conducted in the PsycINFO , MEDLINE , and PubMed databases for English - language articles published between 1994 and 2009 using keywords that combined acute stress disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder .
For studies that reported subsyndromal acute stress disorder , the same analyses were calculated for cases that initially satisfied subsyndromal acute stress disorder criteria .
Studies were selected that assessed for acute stress disorder within 1 month of trauma exposure and assessed at a later time for PTSD , using established measures of acute stress disorder and PTSD .
Diagnosis of acute stress disorder resulted in half the rate of distressed people in the acute phase being identified relative to including cases with subsyndromal acute stress disorder .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
In terms of prediction , the acute stress disorder diagnosis had reasonable positive predictive power ( proportion of people with acute stress disorder who later developed PTSD ) .
For studies that reported subsyndromal acute stress disorder , the same analyses were calculated for cases that initially satisfied subsyndromal acute stress disorder criteria .
In terms of prediction , the acute stress disorder diagnosis had reasonable positive predictive power ( proportion of people with acute stress disorder who later developed PTSD ) .
The utility of the acute stress disorder diagnosis to describe acute stress reactions and predict subsequent posttraumatic stress disorder ( PTSD ) was evaluated .
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