Depression and Diabetes
Depression is a frequent and serious comorbid condition in diabetes, which adversely affects quality of life and the long-term prognosis. Co-occurrent depression presents peculiar clinical challenges, making both conditions harder to manage.
Depression and Diabetes is the first book devoted to the interaction between these common disorders. World leaders in diabetes, depression and public health synthesize current evidence, including some previously unpublished data, in a concise, easy-to-read format. They provide an overview of the epidemiology, pathogenesis, medical costs, management, and public health and cultural implications of the comorbidity between depression and diabetes. The book describes how the negative consequences of depression in diabetes could be avoided, given that effective depression treatments for diabetic patients are available.
Its practical approach makes the book ideal for all those involved in the management of these patients: psychiatrists, psychologists, diabetologists, general practitioners, diabetes specialist nurses and mental health nurses.
1 The Epidemiology of Depression and Diabetes (Cathy E. Lloyd, Norbert Hermanns, Arie Nouwen, Frans Pouwer, Leigh Underwood and Kirsty Winkley).
2 Unraveling the Pathogenesis of the Depression–Diabetes Link (Khalida Ismail).
3 Medical Costs of Depression and Diabetes (Leonard E. Egede).
4 Treatment of Depression in Patients with Diabetes: Efficacy, Effectiveness and Maintenance Trials, and New Service Models (Wayne Katon and Christina van der Felz-Cornelis).
5 Diabetes and Depression: Management in Ordinary Clinical Conditions (Richard Hellman and Paul Ciechanowski).
6 Depression and Diabetes: Sociodemographic and Cultural Aspects and Public Health Implications (Juliana Chan, Hairong Nan and Rose Ting).
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