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Mania with depressive symptoms


On the first day at EPA 2014, we asked delegates: "How does this patient burden affect your management of mania with depressive symptoms?" See what they had to say in this short video.

Studies have shown that mania with depressive symptoms is associated with episodes of longer duration, more frequent episodes, longer hospital stays and more common suicidal thoughts.1–3

Our correspondent’s highlights from the symposium are meant as a fair representation of the scientific content presented. The views and opinions expressed on this page do not necessarily reflect those of Lundbeck.

  1. Vieta E & Valenti M. J Affect Disord. 2013;148(1):28–36.
  2. Swann AC et al. Am J Psychiatry. 2013;170(1):31–42.
  3. Ösby U et al. J Affect Disord. 2009;115(3):315–322.
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