Treatment outcome in recurrent major depression: a post hoc comparison of elderly ("young old") and midlife patients.

@article{Reynolds1996TreatmentOI,
  title={Treatment outcome in recurrent major depression: a post hoc comparison of elderly ("young old") and midlife patients.},
  author={Charles F. Reynolds and Ellen Frank and David J. Kupfer and Michael E Thase and JamesM. Perel and Sati Mazumdar and Patricia R. Houck},
  journal={The American journal of psychiatry},
  year={1996},
  volume={153 10},
  pages={
          1288-92
        }
}
OBJECTIVE The authors compared response rates, the temporal course of response to acute treatment, and relapse rates during continuation treatment of elderly and midlife patients with recurrent major depression. METHOD They analyzed results from two separate controlled studies of maintenance therapies for recurrent major depression, in which 148 elderly patients (mean age = 67.9 years) and 214 midlife patients (mean age = 38.5 years) were treated in open acute and continuation therapy with a… CONTINUE READING
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