Mortality and Suicide Risk in Treatment-Resistant Depression: An Observational Study of the Long-Term Impact of Intervention

@inproceedings{Olin2012MortalityAS,
  title={Mortality and Suicide Risk in Treatment-Resistant Depression: An Observational Study of the Long-Term Impact of Intervention},
  author={Bryan D. Olin and Amara K. Jayewardene and Mark Bunker and Francisco J. Moreno Moreno},
  booktitle={PloS one},
  year={2012}
}
Major depressive disorder is a common global disease that causes a significant societal burden. Most interventional studies of depression provide a limited assessment of the interventions on mortality and suicide risks. This study utilizes data from an observational registry of patients with major depressive disorder to determine the impact of intervention (vagus nerve stimulation or standard pharmacological/non-pharmacological therapy) and a latent factor, patient trajectory toward response… CONTINUE READING
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