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2018 | 18 | 3 | 234–241
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Evidence-based practice guideline for the treatment of adult patients with depressive disorders. Part I: Psychiatric management

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Oparte na dowodach wytyczne leczenia dorosłych pacjentów z zaburzeniami depresyjnymi. Część I: postępowanie psychiatryczne
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The high prevalence of depression globally and the severe burden of this life-threatening mental illness necessitate an evidence-based approach to its treatment, in order to offer best-possible relief to those suffering from it. The present bestpractice guideline was originally developed by a team of psychiatrists, psychologists, and other mental health professionals at a large psychiatric teaching hospital and outpatient clinic network in Michigan, USA. The document draws from several current major guidelines for the treatment of adult patients with depressive disorders published by national and international health organisations, such as the American Psychiatric Association (USA), Canadian Network for Mood and Anxiety Treatments (Canada), National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (UK) and World Health Organization (EU). The present document emphasizes the areas of broad consensus across these guidelines and, as such, the treatment recommendations contained herein represent the current “gold standard” in the field of psychiatry in the West. Part I of this two-part series covers a range of relevant psychiatric treatment aspects, from general patient management to treatment-stagespecific and population-specific recommendations. Special attention is given to pharmacotherapy, somatic therapies, treatment strategies for non-response and management of perinatal depression. Additional resources, including clinicianand patient-oriented websites and links to the full-text major published guidelines, where available, are provided. Psychiatric clinicians are encouraged to utilise the evidence-based practice recommendations for best-possible patient outcomes.
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Ze względu na wysoką zapadalność na depresję na całym świecie i ogromny ciężar tej zagrażającej życiu choroby psychicznej w jej leczeniu konieczne jest postępowanie oparte na dowodach (evidence-based approach), oferujące chorym możliwie największą poprawę samopoczucia. Niniejsze wytyczne w zakresie najlepszych praktyk stosowanych w leczeniu depresji zostały opracowane przez zespół psychiatrów, psychologów i innych specjalistów zajmujących się zdrowiem psychicznym w dużym psychiatrycznym szpitalu klinicznym oraz w sieci poradni zdrowia psychicznego w stanie Michigan w Stanach Zjednoczonych. Dokument ten bazuje na aktualnych zaleceniach dotyczących leczenia dorosłych pacjentów z zaburzeniami depresyjnymi wydanych przez uznane krajowe i międzynarodowe instytucje zdrowotne, takie jak Amerykańskie Towarzystwo Psychiatryczne (American Psychiatric Association) (USA), Kanadyjska Sieć Leczenia Zaburzeń Nastroju iLękowych (Canadian Network for Mood and Anxiety Treatments) (Kanada), Narodowy Instytut Zdrowia iDoskonałości Klinicznej (National Institute for Health and Care Excellence) (UK) oraz Światowa Organizacja Zdrowia (World Health Organization) (UE). Niniejsza praca kładzie nacisk na obszary, w których wytyczne wyżej wymienionych instytucji pokrywają się ze sobą. Tym samym zawarte w niej zalecenia odzwierciedlają przyjęte obecnie złote standardy w dziedzinie psychiatrii w krajach zachodnich. Część I dwuczęściowej serii artykułów dotyczy całego szeregu aspektów leczenia psychiatrycznego, począwszy od postępowania ogólnego, poprzez leczenie specyficzne dla danej fazy choroby, a skończywszy na zaleceniach dotyczących konkretnych grup pacjentów. Specjalną uwagę poświęcono farmakoterapii, terapiom somatycznym, strategiom stosowanym w przypadku braku odpowiedzi na leczenie oraz leczeniu depresji okołoporodowej. W pracy – tam, gdzie było to możliwe – podano również linki do dodatkowych zasobów zewnętrznych, takich jak strony internetowe dla pacjentów i klinicystów, oraz linki do pełnych tekstów wytycznych wydanych przez wspomniane instytucje. Klinicystów zachęca się do postępowania zgodnego z zaleceniami opartymi na dowodach w celu osiągania optymalnych wyników leczenia pacjentów z zaburzeniami depresyjnymi.
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18
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3
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234–241
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  • Psychology Department, Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois, USA; Division of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA, vitaliy.voytenko@wheaton.edu
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  • Division of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA; Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA; Neurology Department, Mercy Health Saint Mary’s Hospital, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
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  • Division of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA; Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA; Cherry Health, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA; Network 180, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
  • Division of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA; Network 180, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
  • Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
  • Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
  • Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
  • Division of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA; Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
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  • Division of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA; Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
  • Division of Psychiatry and Behavioral Medicine, Michigan State University College of Human Medicine, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA; Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, Grand Rapids, Michigan, USA
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