Evidence Table 3a.4. Depression Characteristics of Studies on the Relation of Depression to Biomarkers in Patients after Myocardial Infarction (Question 3a)

Study Author, YearNo. ScreenedNo. EnrolledDepression InstrumentTime of Baseline AssessmentMean Follow-UpTotal Number at EnrollmentTotal Number at Last Follow-UpNo at Follow-Up
Dep a NonDep b DepNonDep
Carney, 2001 NR c Dep 380 NonDep 424Screening: ENRICHD d modified DSM-IV e DISH f: present depressive episode BDI g: severity of depressionRecent acute MI h (≤28 di)NA j 307366NANANA
Kuijpers, 2002 NRNRDSM-IV3–6 mos k after first MINA1212NRNRNA
Lesperance, 2004 2716965SCID l 2 mos after hospital dischargeNA35446NRNRNA
a

Depressed

b

Non-depressed

c

Not reported

d

Enhancing Recovery in Coronary Heart Disease

e

Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

f

Depression Interview and Structured Hamilton

g

Beck Depression Inventory

h

Myocardial infarction

i

Day

j

Not applicable

k

Months

l

Structured Clinical Interview for Diagnostic & Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders-IV

From: Appendix G. Evidence Tables

Cover of Post-Myocardial Infarction Depression
Post-Myocardial Infarction Depression.
Evidence Reports/Technology Assessments, No. 123.
Bush DE, Ziegelstein RC, Patel UV, et al.

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