Hamilton depression rating scale

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Ham·il·ton depression rating scale

a list of specific symptoms used as a measure of severity of depression.

Ham·il·ton de·pres·sion rat·ing scale

(ham'il-tŏn dĕ-presh'ŭn rāt'ing skāl)
A list of specific symptoms used as a measure of severity of depression.
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1997), "Sensitivity of the Six-item Hamilton Depression Rating Scale," Acta Psychiatr Scand 95(5): 379-384.
The validity, reliability and clinical use of Hamilton Depression Rating Scale.
Successive patients satisfying the inclusion and exclusion criteria were taken up for the study and administered the Hamilton Anxiety rating scale (HAM-A) and Hamilton Depression rating scale (HAM-D) for evaluation of depression and anxiety.
Interpersonal therapy (12 weekly sessions) significantly reduced PPD symptoms as measured by the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HAM-D) compared with a wait-list control group (1 RCT, N=120, RR=2.
Patients were also administered the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale.
Key words: Depression, anxiety, acute coronary syndrome, coronary risk factors, Hamilton depression rating scale, Hamilton anxiety rating scale, Hamilton panic agoraphobia rating scale
sativus produced a significantly better outcome on Hamilton Depression Rating Scale than placebo (d.
Menopausal complaints were evaluated by means of the Menopause Rating Scale mean score, and psychological complaints were evaluated using the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale sum score.
The Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HDRS) was used as the primary efficacy measure.
Comparison of the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale and the Geriatric Depression Scale: detection of depression in dementia patients.

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