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Affective Disorders Clinical Trials

A listing of Affective Disorders 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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PET and MRI Brain Imaging of Bipolar Disorder

PET and MRI imaging will be used to investigate the aims described above in patients who have bipolar disorder or unipolar depression and are currently experiencing a depressive episode. Both healthy controls and depressed participants with bipolar disorder or unipolar depression will be recruited. Patients who are on medication before ...

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Magnesium Variations and Cardiometabolic Risk in Patients With Antipsychotic Drugs

This is a pilot single-center prospective cohort. After inclusion, patients status (including magnesium levels) will be evaluated (1 and 3 months of treatment) and that status will define the exposure criterion. Included patients will be followed for 1 year during which cardiometabolic markers will be measured. Patients will be recruited ...

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Joint Crisis Plans or Crisis Cards for People With Severe Mental Disorders to Reduce Coercion in Psychiatric Care.

Single open-label randomised clinical trial with parallel control groups. The intervention group "joint crisis plan" benefits from a joint crisis plan in addition to the usual in-patient care. The active control group "crisis card" benefits from the crisis card in addition to the usual in-patient or out-patient care. OBJECTIVES The ...

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Immuno-Genetic Inflammation Retro-Virus Environment

The investigators and others have been able to demonstrate that HERV-W envelope gene (Env) encodes a pro-inflammatory and neurotoxic protein after reactivation by environmental factors. In this context, the investigators have reported preliminary data showing an association between Human Endogenous Retroviruses type "W" family (HERV-W) and major psychotic disorder, bipolar ...

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Cognitive Morphological and Neurobiological Progressive Aspects in Bipolar Disorders in the Elderly: Toward to a Neurodegenerescence Detection?

The purpose of this study is to identify association between cerebrospinal fluid Alzheimer's Disease's neurodegenerescence biomarkers (tau, ptau, A40 and A1-42) and occurrence of cognitive deficits in older patients with bipolar disorders.

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Retrain Your Brain in Children/Adolescents With Bipolar Disorder: A Pilot Study

Prior studies have shown that "computer assisted cognitive remediation"--meaning using computer "games" to build up a skill that has been shown to be impaired in a specific disorder--can result in improvement in psychiatric illnesses--including schizophrenia. This will be the first National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH)-funded study to use this ...

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A Study of Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Bipolar Patients

Cognitive deficits are core features of bipolar disorder. Preliminary evidence shows that repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) might have positive effects in enhancing cognition and improving clinical symptoms in patients with depression. This study will investigate the effect of rTMS on cognition and long-term outcomes (12 month) of bipolar patients.

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Selective Estrogen Receptor Modulators (SERMs) - A Potential Treatment for Psychotic Symptoms of Schizophrenia in Men?

With the recent advent of selective estrogen receptor modulators (SERMS), such as raloxifene hydrochloride, there is the potential to harness the positive estrogenic effect on central nervous system (CNS) neurotransmitter systems. While the CNS effects of raloxifene have not been fully studied, its actions are mediated through binding to estrogen ...

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Towards Neurobiology-based Diagnosis and Treatment of Affective Disorders

Four hundred patients with a primary diagnosis of depression and HAMD-17 scores 18 at baseline visit are to be assigned to one of the second-generation antidepressant drugs. Initial treatment consists of a 8-week course with one of these monotherapies. Patients who meet criteria for full remission are followed for a ...

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Improving Integration of Mentally Burdened Young Adults in the Labour Market

Unemployed young people with severe psychological impairments often find no training or workplace, despite the support of various existing services. Many of these young people suffer from a mental illness, but they are often neither diagnosed nor treated. In Switzerland, this is reflected in the increasing number of young people ...

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