Medical burden in bipolar disorder: findings from the Clinical and Health Outcomes Initiative in Comparative Effectiveness for Bipolar Disorder study (Bipolar CHOICE).

@article{Sylvia2015MedicalBI,
  title={Medical burden in bipolar disorder: findings from the Clinical and Health Outcomes Initiative in Comparative Effectiveness for Bipolar Disorder study (Bipolar CHOICE).},
  author={Louisa G Sylvia and Richard Charles Shelton and David Eric Kemp and Emily E Bernstein and Edward S. Friedman and Benjamin D Brody and Susan L McElroy and Vivek Kumar Singh and Mauricio Tohen and Charles L. Bowden and Terence A. Ketter and Thilo Deckersbach and Michael E. Thase and Noreen A. Reilly-Harrington and Andrew Nierenberg and Dustin J. Rabideau and Gustavo Kinrys and James Howard Kocsis and William V. Bobo and M. Z. M. Kamali and Melvin G. McInnis and Joseph R. Calabrese},
  journal={Bipolar disorders},
  year={2015},
  volume={17 2},
  pages={212-23}
}
OBJECTIVES Individuals with bipolar disorder have high rates of other medical comorbidity, which is associated with higher mortality rates and worse course of illness. The present study examined common predictors of medical comorbidity. METHODS The Clinical and Health Outcomes Initiative in Comparative Effectiveness for Bipolar Disorder study (Bipolar CHOICE) enrolled 482 participants with bipolar I or bipolar II disorder in a six-month, randomized comparative effectiveness trial. Baseline… CONTINUE READING
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