5 edition of Postpartum Psychiatric Illness found in the catalog.
by University of Pennsylvania Press
Written in English
|Contributions||Patricia Neel Harberger (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||361|
Maternal Infanticide Associated With Mental Illness: Prevention and the Promise of Saved Lives Margaret G. Spinelli, M.D. Objective: Although maternal infanticide is a rare event, a high proportion of cases occurs in the context of postpartum men-tal illness. The author reviews historical, legislative, and contemporary psychiatric. The book's section on in-depth management of bipolar disorder during pregnancy and the postpartum period is especially helpful in addressing these clinical challenges. One caveat about this book, with which the authors would concur, is that knowledge about perinatal psychiatric disorders and treatment is rapidly : Nafisa Ghadiali.
Psychiatric Illness during Pregnancy and the Postpartum Period. Michael E. Silverman. Icahn Medical School at Mount Sinai, New York, NY, USA Book Editor(s): Psychiatric disorders in the perinatal period have been shown to impact negatively on maternal behavior and possibly impair the child's cognitive and emotional development Cited by: 1. The publication of Postpartum Psychiatric Problems, by James Alexan- der Hamilton, was the first book written in America since dealing with postpartum depression.
Impact of Postpartum Illness: Hay DF, Pawlby S, Sharp D, Asten P, Mills A, Kumar R. Intellectual problems shown by year-old children whose mothers had postnatal depression. J Child Psychol Psychiatry. Oct;42(7) Postpartum Affective Illness Postpartum Period & Increased Risk of Severe Psychiatric Illness The association between the postpartum period and mood disturbances has been noted since the time of Hippocrates (Miller, ). Women are at increased risk of developing severe psychiatric illness during the puerperium.
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Read this book on Questia. The s have witnessed an explosion of knowledge regarding post‐ partum illness, and a parallel expansion of interest on the part of both the public and many individuals in the health professions.
This book has compiled information pertaining to postpartum psychiatric illness from many sources. Certain parts of the information are well accepted and are becoming widely known: Severe postpartum illness can be a devastating catastrophe.
Lesser degrees of postpartum illness are distressing and may impel profound changes in life patterns. Synopsis The present volume deals with the illness nowadays known as Postpartum Depression (PPD). The book was written by Dr. James Alexander Hamilton, a California psychiatrist who in founded the Marcé Society; its aim was to bring together psychiatrists, endocrinologists and social scientists to foster communication about PPD, which Author: James Alexander Hamilton.
The traditional view that there are three postpartum psychiatric disorders—the maternity blues, puerperal psychosis, and postnatal depression—is an oversimplification.
The range of disorders is wide. This review focuses on those important to general psychiatrists and family by: Biomarkers of Postpartum Psychiatric Disorders provides an up-to-date reference on the current Postpartum Psychiatric Illness book relating to biomarkers in psychiatric disorders, including major depressive disorder, OCD and bipolar disorder in the immediate postpartum time-period.
It is the only reference on the market that synthesizes and interprets available data and. Postpartum Psychiatric Illness: A Picture Puzzle 1st Postpartum Psychiatric Illness book by James Alexander Hamilton (Editor), Patricia Neel Harberger (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
Format: Hardcover. Mood and Anxiety Disorders During Pregnancy and Postpartum earns its important place in the literature by detailing our current understanding of the course, diagnosis, and treatment of psychiatric illness during pregnancy and postpartum, including breast-feeding -- a top priority today because we now know that active maternal psychiatric illness during pregnancy and /5(5).
Symptoms of the illness can include frequent tearfulness, feelings of hopelessness, fatigue and, in rare instances, thoughts of self-harm. Researchers from Northwestern University, in January, identified four risk factors that may help physicians and mental-health professionals predict the seriousness of postpartum depression.
The factors are. Postpartum psychiatric disorders comprise postpartum depression and anxiety, which are relatively common, and the rare but more severe postpartum psychosis. This Primer by Meltzer-Brody and Cited by: Postpartum depression is a serious psychiatric illness, too, and pretending that a tropical vacation could prevent, treat or cure it is both flip and disrespectful.
In the meantime, we fear that Zulresso is just a stopgap, and yet another instance of pathologizing a very sane reaction to our very insane culture. Pregnancy and the postpartum period are widely considered periods of increased vulnerability to psychiatric disorders. 1 – 12 Psychiatric disorders during pregnancy are associated with poor maternal health 13 – 19 and inadequate prenatal care.
20 – 22 Maternal psychiatric disorders during pregnancy and the postpartum period are also associated with numerous adverse Cited by: Prophylactic measures / James Alexander Hamilton and Deborah A. Sichel --Toward the diagnosis of postpartum psychotic depression / Bernhard Pauliekhoff --Major postpartum depression / Galina M.
Gorodetsky, Richard H. Trapnell, and James Alexander Hamilton --Infanticide and the law in England and Wales / R. Kumar and Maureen Marks --Postpartum. ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: In English.
Description: 1 online resource: 29 illustrations: Contents: Frontmatter --Contents --Illustrations --Tables --Preface --Acknowledgments --Introduction --Part I: The Qualities of Postpartum Psychiatric Illness --Introduction Patterns of Postpartum Illness The Issue of Unique.
This book is available under special arrangement from our European publishing partner De Gruyter. An Anniversary Collection volume. Clues which point toward the etiology of postpartum psychiatric illness and its appropriate treatment are spread.
Biomarkers of Postpartum Psychiatric Disorders provides an up-to-date reference on the current research relating to biomarkers in psychiatric disorders, including major depressive disorder, OCD and bipolar disorder in the immediate postpartum is the only reference on the market that synthesizes and interprets available data and reviews clinical phenotypes.
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Pregnancy is a complex and vulnerable period that presents a number of challenges to women, including the development of postpartum psychiatric disorders (PPDs). Reich T, Winokur G. Postpartum psychoses in patients with manic depressive disease. J Nerv Ment Dis. Jul; (1)– Kendell RE, Rennie D, Clarke JA, Dean C.
The social and obstetric correlates of psychiatric admission in the puerperium. Psychol Med. May; 11 (2)–Cited by: Postpartum Support International is dedicated to helping families suffering from postpartum depression, anxiety, and distress. COVID In addition to first-onset affective psychosis, the postpartum period is also a high-risk period for relapse among women with known psychiatric illness.
Women with bipolar disorder are more likely to experience a puerperal psychiatric admission compared with women with other psychiatric diagnoses (5, 7 – 9).Cited by:. Postpartum psychosis is a rare psychiatric emergency in which symptoms of high mood and racing thoughts (), depression, severe confusion, loss of inhibition, paranoia, hallucinations and delusions set in, beginning suddenly in the first two weeks after symptoms vary and can change quickly.
The most severe symptoms last from 2 to 12 weeks, and recovery takes 6 Specialty: Psychiatry.Psychiatric Disorders in Pregnant and Postpartum Women in the United States Article (PDF Available) in Archives of general psychiatry 65(7). Clues which point toward the etiology of postpartum psychiatric illness and its appropriate treatment are spread over four continents and years of history.
James Alexander Hamilton and Patricia Neel Harberger decided that it was time to Author: James Alexander Hamilton.