Base de datos : IBECS
Búsqueda : "0213-6163" [ISSN]
Referencias encontradas : 338 [refinar]
Mostrando: 1 .. 10   en el formato [Detallado]

página 1 de 34 va a la página                         

  1 / 338 IBECS  
              next record last record
selecciona
para imprimir
Texto Completo
Id: 203063
Autor: Uvais, N. A.
Título: Depression following ChAdOx1-S/nCoV-19 vaccine
Fuente: Eur. j. psychiatry;36(2):140-141, apr.-june 2022.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.1016/j.ejpsy.2021.08.001.
Resumen: We aimed to review the available reports of psychiatric adverse reactions to COVID vaccines. Electronic databases such as PubMed and Google scholar were combed to identify relevant reports. We found a total of 11 reports describing 14 cases of psychiatric reactions; these were mostly altered mental states, psychosis, mania, depression, and functional neurological disorder. The index case was commonly a young or middle-aged adult. All reports pertained to the use of either mRNA or vector-based vaccines. Symptom onset was within 10 days of vaccination in all cases; as such, this seems to be a high-risk period warranting vigilance.
Descriptores: ciencias de la salud
virus del SRAS/inmunología
depresión/patología
depresión/psicología
Límites: seres humanos
Tipo de Publicación: carta
Responsable: ES15.1 - BNCS


  2 / 338 IBECS  
              first record previous record next record last record
selecciona
para imprimir
Texto Completo
Id: 203062
Autor: Stirner, Simone; Kissling, Werner; Hamann, Johannes; Senner, Simon.
Título: A German psychiatric care program aiming to improve patients' compliance û Patients' view
Fuente: Eur. j. psychiatry;36(2):137-139, apr.-june 2022.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.1016/j.ejpsy.2022.02.002.
Resumen: Noncompliance is a worldwide problem in medical care, leading to prolonged recovery times and rehospitalizations. Especially in the field of psychiatry, consistent therapy compliance is crucial. Hence the Munich Integrated Care program for patients suffering from psychiatric disorders aims at improving patients' compliance. To bring to light participants' personal experiences with the program, we conducted group interviews that we evaluated using qualitative methods. We shed light on what aspects make a psychiatric health care program so valuable in the eyes of its participants that it can develop its effect as a relapse-preventive agent. We found that in this program, patients experienced safety, stability, support, hope, motivation and understanding.
Descriptores: ciencias de la salud
trabajo social psiquiátrico/métodos
departamento de psiquiatría hospitalaria
Límites: seres humanos
Tipo de Publicación: entrevista
informes de casos
Responsable: ES15.1 - BNCS


  3 / 338 IBECS  
              first record previous record next record last record
selecciona
para imprimir
Texto Completo
Id: 203061
Autor: Pirdogan Aydin, Efruz; Demirci, Hasan; Gokovali Begenen, Azra; Guler Kenar, Julide; Kivanc Altunay, Ilknur; Akil Ozer, Omer; Oguz Karamustafalioglu, Kayıhan.
Título: Facial emotion recognition difficulties may be specific to skin picking disorder, but could also be related to the presence of alexithymia in trichotillomania
Fuente: Eur. j. psychiatry;36(2):130-136, apr.-june 2022. tab, ilus.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.1016/j.ejpsy.2021.11.001.
Resumen: Background and objectives. Previous research has shown high rates of alexithymia and emotion dysregulation in trichotillomania (TTM) and skin picking disorder (SPD). Unfortunately, there are no data on facial emotion recognition (FER) in TTM and SPD. The present study aimed to compare patients with TTM and SPD and a healthy control group for the severity of alexithymia and rates of FER. Methods. Forty patients with SPD, 30 patients with TTM, and 30 healthy controls were enrolled in this study. The Beck Depression Inventory (BDI), Beck Anxiety Inventory (BAI), Clinical Global Impression (CGI), Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS-20), and the Facial Emotion Recognition Test were applied to the participants. Results. Patients with TTM and SPD had less FER accuracy and higher alexithymia scores compared with healthy controls. According to ANCOVA analysis, when anxiety, depression, and alexithymia were fixed as covariates, disgusted facial expressions and total facial emotion recognition were still significantly lower in patients with SPD compared with the control group, but there was no difference between the TTM and control groups and TTM and SPD groups. Conclusion. Alexithymia rates were high in patients with TTM and SPD. Interestingly, difficulty in recognizing disgusted facial expressions may be a distinctive sign in SPD. Future neuroimaging studies are needed to support possible FER impairment in patients with TTM/SPD.
Descriptores: ciencias de la salud
reconocimiento facial/fisiología
cognición/fisiología
Límites: seres humanos
Tipo de Publicación: informes de casos
Responsable: ES15.1 - BNCS


  4 / 338 IBECS  
              first record previous record next record last record
selecciona
para imprimir
Texto Completo
Id: 203060
Autor: Barcones, F; Bulbena, A; Campayo, A; Campos, R; Lozano, M; Cebollada, A; de Pablo, J; Farré, J; García-Camba, E; García-Campayo, J; Girón, M; Lobo, E; Marcos, G; Mingote, C; Salvador-Carulla, L; Santabárbara, J; Saz, P; Lobo, A.
Título: Depression in internal medicine inpatients at the time of hospital discharge and referral to primary care
Fuente: Eur. j. psychiatry;36(2):120-129, apr.-june 2022.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.1016/j.ejpsy.2022.03.001.
Resumen: Background and objectives. This is the first multi-center study intended to document the prevalence, characteristics, and associations of depression in Medicine patients at the time of hospital discharge and their referral to Primary Care (PC). Methods. Adult patients randomly selected among consecutive admissions to Medicine wards in 8 hospitals in Spain, covering health districts, were examined in a two-phase 'case-finding' procedure. Standardized, Spanish versions of instruments were used, including the Standardized Polyvalent Psychiatric Interview (SPPI) and Cumulative Illness Rating Scale (CIRS). Cases of depression were diagnosed according to ICD-10 general hospital research criteria. Results. Three hundred and twelve patients with treatable depression and 777 non-depressed controls were identified. In a conservative estimate, the global prevalence of major depression was 7.1%, dysthymia 4.2% and adjustment depression 7.1%, and 51.9% of cases were of moderate/ severe intensity. Depression was more frequent in women, the differences being significant in all categories of depression. The prevalence of depression was lower in individuals aged 85 or more years, the differences being significant in cases of both dysthymia and adjustment depression. A clear pattern of decreasing prevalence with age was observed in women. The depressed had as an average five medical systems affected, and higher CIRS scores compared with the controls, the differences being significant in cases of both major depression and dysthymia. Conclusions. This is the first report showing a considerable prevalence of treatable cases of depression in Medicine patients at the time of hospital discharge and referral to PC. Depression is associated with the severity of the medical condition, and differences observed by age and sex have clinical implications. Paper read at the 3rd Annual Meeting of the European Association of Psychosomatic Medicine, Nuremberg 2015.
Descriptores: ciencias de la salud
hospitales psiquiátricos
depresión
alta de pacientes
atención primaria de la salud
-estudios multicéntricos como asunto/psicología
Límites: seres humanos
Tipo de Publicación: ensayo clínico controlado aleatorizado
Responsable: ES15.1 - BNCS


  5 / 338 IBECS  
              first record previous record next record last record
selecciona
para imprimir
Texto Completo
Id: 203059
Autor: Badura Brzoza, Karina; Główczyński, Patryk; Piegza, Magdalena; Błachut, Michał; Sedlaczek, Katarzyna; Nabrdalik, Katarzyna; Gumprecht, Janusz; Gorczyca, Piotr.
Título: Acceptance of the disease and quality of life in patients with type 1 and type 2 diabetes
Fuente: Eur. j. psychiatry;36(2):114-119, apr.-june 2022. tab.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.1016/j.ejpsy.2021.12.001.
Resumen: No disponible
Descriptores: ciencias de la salud
diabetes mellitus tipo I/psicología
diabetes mellitus tipo II/psicología
calidad de vida
Límites: seres humanos
Tipo de Publicación: informes de casos
Responsable: ES15.1 - BNCS


  6 / 338 IBECS  
              first record previous record next record last record
selecciona
para imprimir
Texto Completo
Id: 203058
Autor: Isar, Sharma; Priya, Indu; Sharma, Sakshi; Gupta, Suruchi; Arora, Manu; Mahajan, Ritu; Kapoor, Nisha.
Título: Association of toll-like receptor 2 gene polymorphism (rs3804099) with susceptibility to Schizophrenia risk in the Dogra population of Jammu region, North India
Fuente: Eur. j. psychiatry;36(2):106-113, apr.-june 2022. tab, ilus, graf.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.1016/j.ejpsy.2022.02.001.
Resumen: Background and objective. Schizophrenia (SCZ) is a severe mental biological disorder with a multifactorial manner of transmission and inheritance associated with environmental, developmental, and genetic set-off. It is a heritable disorder that involves genes and metabolic mechanisms in a combined effect, each conferring a small increase in the overall disease burden. Its etiology is not fully understood, although recent studies showed a relationship between SCZ and inflammation. Evidence from various studies indicates that dysregulation of TLR genes may have a role in the physiopathology of schizophrenia. In the present study, 4 polymorphisms, each in TLR1, TLR2, TLR4, and TLR6, were studied to explore their role in susceptibility to SCZ in the Dogra population of the Jammu region. Methods . Five hundred (500) individuals including 200 SCZ and 300 healthy controls were included in the study. DNA was isolated and Sanger's sequencing was performed after PCR amplification. Results. Statistically significant association of TLR2 (rs3804099) was observed in the study population, the C allele of rs3804099 is associated with the increased risk for SCZ (OR=2.667; [1.4196û5.0093 at 95%CI] P = 0.0023). No statistically significant associations with SCZ were observed in the target population at TLR1, TLR4, and TLR6. Conclusion. Study concludes that TLR2 (rs3804099) may be associated with schizophrenia in the targeted population. Advance studies can be carried out focusing on finding potential SNPs for establishing a candidate gene approach.
Descriptores: ciencias de la salud
esquizofrenia
receptor 2 similar a toll
receptor 1 similar a toll
receptor 4 similar a toll
receptor 6 similar a toll
Límites: seres humanos
Tipo de Publicación: informes de casos
Responsable: ES15.1 - BNCS


  7 / 338 IBECS  
              first record previous record next record last record
selecciona
para imprimir
Texto Completo
Id: 203057
Autor: Evans, Harriet; Sadhwani, Shanu; Singh, Dr Neil; Robjant, Dr Katy; Katona, Professor Cornelius.
Título: Prevalence of complex post-traumatic stress disorder in survivors of human trafficking and modern slavery: a systematic review
Fuente: Eur. j. psychiatry;36(2):94-105, apr.-june 2022. tab, ilus.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.1016/j.ejpsy.2022.01.005.
Resumen: Background and objectives. The human rights violation of human trafficking and modern slavery could be described as multiple and prolonged traumatisation. This corresponds to the type of trauma identified as most likely to be associated with 'complex post-traumatic stress disorder' (CPTSD) as identified in the new 11th edition of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-11). This review aims to collate the evidence of complex post-traumatic stress disorder in populations that have been trafficked, with the intention to highlight important considerations to be made in terms of managing survivor's health care needs and minimising further traumatisation. Methods Five databases were searched using key terms related to human trafficking, modern slavery, and complex post-traumatic stress disorder. Results Five studies reporting on a total of 342 participants were included in the review. These studies indicated that an average of 41% of survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking had CPTSD. This was higher than the 14% diagnosed with PTSD. Post-trafficking stress, endured whilst living in refugee camps, was higher in individuals with CPTSD than in those living with PTSD. Healthcare was more difficult to access by populations with PTSD and CPTSD compared to those with no diagnosis. Conclusion There is a high prevalence of CPTSD in modern slavery and trafficking survivors therefore a need for identification and specialised treatment. Consideration should be given to consequent biopsychosocial needs, particularly access to healthcare and minimisation of post-trafficking stress.
Descriptores: ciencias de la salud
derechos humanos/psicología
trastornos de estrés postraumático/psicología
Límites: seres humanos
Tipo de Publicación: revisión sistemática
Responsable: ES15.1 - BNCS


  8 / 338 IBECS  
              first record previous record next record last record
selecciona
para imprimir
Texto Completo
Id: 203056
Autor: Rook, Lawrence.
Título: Biomarkers of mental illness and the human hand: A systematic review
Fuente: Eur. j. psychiatry;36(2):77-93, apr.-june 2022. tab, ilus.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.1016/j.ejpsy.2022.01.007.
Resumen: Background and Objectives. Biomarkers on the hands have been associated with a range of physical and mental health conditions. To systematically evaluate the evidence of dermatoglyphics, digit ratio and palmar crease hand biomarkers in relation to mental illness. Methods. Web of Science, Scopus and MEDLINE were searched for eligible studies, the review was performed according to PRISMA. Results. 29 papers comprising of 13,030 participants were selected. Palmar crease research presented the most consistent correlations. Dermatoglyphics presented significant findings, although there were specific biometric inconsistencies in some results. Digit ratio produced the least consistent results, with some non-significant and contrasting results. Conclusions. The evidence of this review suggests that all three fields, dermatoglyphics, palmar creases and digit ratio, can indicate mental disorders to varying degrees.
Descriptores: ciencias de la salud
trastornos mentales
-revisión sistemática
Límites: seres humanos
Tipo de Publicación: revisión sistemática
Responsable: ES15.1 - BNCS


  9 / 338 IBECS  
              first record previous record next record last record
selecciona
para imprimir
Texto Completo
Id: 203055
Autor: Jenabi, E; Bashirian, S; Fariba, F; Naghshtabrizi, B.
Título: The association between congenital heart disease and the risk of Autism spectrum disorders or attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder among children: a meta-analysis
Fuente: Eur. j. psychiatry;36(2):71-76, apr.-june 2022. ilus, tab.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.1016/j.ejpsy.2021.10.001.
Resumen: Background and objective. To our knowledge, this is the first meta-analysis conducted about the association between congenital heart disease (CHD) and the risk of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) or autism spectrum disorders (ASD) based on observational studies.Methods PubMed, Web of Science, and Scopus were systematically searched from the earliest possible year to December 2020. Heterogeneity was conducted using the chi-square test and its quantity was measured using the I2 statistic. The publication bias was assessed using Egger's and Begg's line regression tests. The results were reported using the odds ratio (OR) estimated with its 95% confidence interval (CI) using a random-effects model. Results. In total, 812 citations were included in the search initial until December 2020 with 467,164 children. Based on the random effect model, the estimated OR of the risk of ASD associated with CHD was OR=1.35 (95% CI: 1.17, 1.52; 6 studies; I2=0.0%) and the risk of ADHD associated with CHD was OR=3.04 (95% CI: 1.58, 4.49; 15 studies; I2=88.1%). Conclusions. Our findings suggested that CHD is a risk factor for ASD and ADHD. Therefore, Screening for ASD and ADHD should be considered among young children with CHD.
Descriptores: ciencias de la salud
metaanálisis
cardiopatías congénitas
trastornos de déficit de atención con hiperactividad
trastorno del espectro del autismo
desarrollo del niño
psiquiatría infantil
psicología infantil
Límites: seres humanos
niño
Tipo de Publicación: informes de casos
Responsable: ES15.1 - BNCS


  10 / 338 IBECS  
              first record previous record
selecciona
para imprimir
Texto Completo
Id: 203054
Autor: Archard, P. J.
Título: Defence mechanisms and staff support during the COVID-19 pandemic
Fuente: Eur. j. psychiatry;36(1):64-64, jan.-mar. 2022.
Idioma: en.
doi: 10.1016/j.ejpsy.2021.04.003.
Descriptores: coronavirus humano 229E
coronavirus humano OC43
virus del SRAS
coronavirus NL63 humano
personal sanitario
departamento de psiquiatría hospitalaria
psiquiatría
Límites: seres humanos
Tipo de Publicación: carta
Responsable: ES15.1 - BNCS



página 1 de 34 va a la página                         
   


Refinar la búsqueda
  Base de datos : IBECS Formulario avanzado   
Buscar por : Formulario libre    Formulario básico

    Buscar en el campo  
1  
2
3
 
           



Search engine: iAH v2.6 powered by WWWISIS

BIREME/OPS/OMS - Centro Latinoamericano y del Caribe de Información en Ciencias de la Salud