rapid cycling

rapid cycling

Four or more episodes of depression, mania, hypomania, or other alternating mood disturbances occurring in a single year. Roughly 10% of patients with bipolar illness have this condition; more men than women are affected. Lithium carbonate is less effective in treating rapid cycling than in treating other forms of bipolar disorder.
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This allows a rapid cycling or testing of feasible compositions that means we can explore the potential plasmonic properties of new materials systems such novel oxides, heusler alloys etc and at different wavelength of interest.
Udit Batra, CEO, MilliporeSigma, said "The Natrix technology platform, and the development options and capabilities that this brings for single-use and rapid cycling chromatography, will allow us to accelerate our offering in mAb and vaccine manufacturing."
(8) Compared with bipolar I disorder, patients with bipolar II disorder may experience more rapid cycling, depression recurrence, and psychiatric comorbidity.
Contactless operation prevents sensor wearout from dithering or rapid cycling
Some people may experience what's called "rapid cycling" where they switch repeatedly between depression and mania without having periods where they feel normal in between.
Surges, voltage dips (brownouts) and rapid cycling can send your home's A/C system to an early grave.
Gerwig's turn as a hapless dancer freshly sprung from college perfectly captures the essence of rudderless young adulthood --messy, humiliating and bipolar in its rapid cycling ups and downs.
However, the observation of rapid cycling, especially ultra-rapid (days) and ultra-ultra-rapid or ultradian (within a day) cycling blurs those definitions.
Rapid cycling is a particularly disabling form of bipolar disorder, characterised by four or more episodes in a 12-month period.
Circadian clock genes have been considered possible candidate genes for bipolar disorder, because circadian rhythm abnormalities--such as a reduced need for sleep, and rapid cycling and switching--are common among people with bipolar disorder, they reported in the open access journal BMC Psychiatry (2009; Nov.
They also address the management of manic and mixed episodes and depressive episodes, longer-term management, and rapid cycling.
The then "new" bolt action of the Springfield offered smooth and rapid cycling of the action and allowed for the use of a more powerful cartridge, the .30-06, which also provided a big step forward in long-range accuracy.

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