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Post-Partum Depression Clinical Trials

A listing of Post-Partum Depression medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (42) clinical trials

Ketamine to Improve Recovery After Cesarean Delivery - Part 1

Postpartum pain management strategies currently permit opioids for breakthrough pain, but strategies focused on minimizing or eliminating opioids are lacking. In the non-obstetric surgical population, modalities such as intravenous ketamine are well-recognized as effective adjuncts in opioid-reduction strategies for postoperative pain. Although there have been some studies of ketamine exposure ...

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Relationship-Based Intervention for Post-Partum Depression

Subjects: 60 Mothers will be interviewed and diagnosed as suffering from Post-Partumdepression (PPD) according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, IV version (DSM-IV), enrolling within 3-8 months postpartum. Mothers will be recruited through social media networks. Additional 40 mothers, 3-8 months postpartum will be assessed and diagnosed ...

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Maternal Mental Health

Half of the study participants will receive a social work consult and treatment with psychology therapy in the hospital. The psychology therapy will be 2-3 fifty-minute therapy sessions while the child is in the hospital. An outpatient psychiatry/psychology follow up appointment will be offered if needed as per routine care. ...

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Look - Your Baby is Talking to You.

Background The formation of the early relation between parents and infant has a significant impact on the infant's mental, social and cognitive development and competencies. Parental psychopathology may interfere with a healthy interaction by reducing the ability to be sensitively attuned to the infant's signal and needs due to the ...

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A Study of Pregnant and Postpartum Women With and Without Mood Disorders

Postpartum Depression (PPD) is a serious syndrome which resembles a major depressive episode and occurs in 10-20% of all mothers in the year following delivery. In addition, 20 - 30 % of women with Bipolar Disorder will experience postpartum psychosis (mania) and at least 20 % will experience a postpartum ...

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Neuraxial Preservative Free Morphine for Normal Spontaneous Vaginal Delivery

After obtaining consent, women presenting to the labor floor at Mount Sinai Hospital will be randomized into two groups, intervention and placebo. Baseline demographic data and surveys in regards to postpartum depression, anxiety, breastfeed willingness and pain scores will be obtained. After delivery of the baby patients will either receive ...

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Nurtured in Nature

Postpartum depression (PPD), characterized by feelings of sadness, irritability, and fatigue following the birth of a child, occurs in 10-15% of women. PPD peaks within the first 2-3 months following delivery, but can occur anytime in the first year, representing one of the most common complications of childbearing. The consequences ...

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Postpartum Perineal Pain After Obstetric Anal Sphincter Injuries

Obstetric anal sphincter injuries (OASIS) encompass both third and fourth degree perineal tears. These tears can have a significant impact on women's quality of life in the short and long term. One of the most distressing immediate complications of this severe perineal injury is perineal pain. Women can also experience ...

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Efficacy And Tolerability Of Sub-Anesthetic Ketamine In Postpartum Depression

Postpartum depression is a non-psychotic major or minor depressive episode that occurs during pregnancy or within 12 months of post-partum period. The nature of symptoms is same as depressive episode characterized by depressed mood, anxiety, sleep difficulties, suicidal thoughts, tiredness and diminished interest in pleasurable activities. Severe maternal depression affects ...

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MOther-Child Interaction Assessment TRAINING for Pediatricians

The originality of the MOCITRAINING study lies in the integration of infant and maternal care during the pediatric consultation and the assessment of the impact of this type of care in the short and medium term on The MOCITRAINING program could contribute to improving the quality of parent-child interactions.

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