depression
DEPRESSION

Depression is a mood disorder wherein the patient have a pervasive sad mood or loss of interest in most activities for at least 2 weeks.

It can cause significant distress & impairment. It is also a chronic, episodic and relapsing syndrome.

Treatment can either be by psychotherapy alone or pharmacotherapy alone or psychotherapy combined with pharmacological therapy.

Drug Information

Indication: Maintenance treatment of schizophrenia in adult patients.

Indication: Major depressive episodes in adults.

Indication: Major depressive episode, panic disorder w/ or w/o agoraphobia, social or generalized anxiety disorder, obsess...

Indication: Major depressive episodes in adults.

Indication: Depressive syndromes.

Indication: Depressive illness, symptoms of depressive disorder & obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).

Indication: Major depressive disorder.

Indication: Symptomatic treatment of depression including depression accompanied by symptoms of anxiety in patients w/ or ...

Indication: Depressive illness & symptoms of depressive & obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD).

Indication: Acute & maintenance treatment of schizoprenia. Acute manic episodes associated w/ bipolar I disorder.

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