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Appropriate studies have not been performed on the relationship of age to the effects of fluoxetine in children with bulimia nervosa, panic disorder, or treatment resistant depression.
For treatment-resistant depression (TRD): Adults-The starting dose is 56 milligrams (mg) on Day 1, followed by 56 or 84 mg taken 2 times per week on Weeks 1 to 4.
Depression and bipolar disorder The Mayo Clinic Depression Center conducts clinically relevant research in treatment-resistant depression and bipolar disorder.
Duloxetine increases the amount of certain chemicals in the brain that help relieve depression and pain.
Ajeng Puspitasari for "Evaluating the acceptability, feasibility, and appropriateness of intravenous ketamine combined with behavioral activation teletherapy for treatment resistant depression" Depar...
Departments Psychiatry and Psychology Location Rochester, Minnesota Languages English Existing patients Send a secure message via patient portal Conditions treated Delirium Depression Mental disorder due to a general medical conditio...
Frye, M.D., discusses how the Mayo Clinic Depression Center is providing a comprehensive diagnostic assessment and treatment recommendations for patients with treatment-resistant ...
In adults dealing with treatment-resistant depression, ketamine can be an effective treatment, but much more needs to be learned about this medication and its long-term side effects.
By Joel Streed • June 1, 2023 Antibiotic-resistant Superbug in U.S.
Focus areas Depression Bipolar disorder Stress disorders Biomarkers Significance to patient care The Translational Neuroscience Laboratory within the Mayo Clinic Depression Center aims to characterize common molecula...
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