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National Collaborating Centre for Mental Health (UK). Bipolar Disorder: The Management of Bipolar Disorder in Adults, Children and Adolescents, in Primary and Secondary Care. Leicester (UK): British Psychological Society; 2006. (NICE Clinical Guidelines, No. 38.)

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Bipolar Disorder: The Management of Bipolar Disorder in Adults, Children and Adolescents, in Primary and Secondary Care.

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APPENDIX 7CLINICAL STUDY ELIGIBILITY CHECKLIST

TABLE 98ELIGIBILITY CHECKLIST FOR INCLUDED STUDIES

Exclusion criteriaCode options
✓ × ?
Only concerned with:
  • Primary prevention, unless relapse prevention
  • Care options that could be routinely made available by the NHS
  • Treatments given at less than the therapeutic dose (for pharmacological treatments based on BNF dosages; for psychological treatments)
Inclusion criteria
Population
  • Reported results from patients who meet the standard diagnostic criteria of bipolar disorder
Topic Area
1. Physical treatments
 1.1. Antipsychotics
 1.2. Antidepressants
 1.3. Anticonvulsants
 1.4. Benzodiazepines
 1.5. Lithium
 1.6. ECT
 1.7. TMS
2. Psychological
 2.1. Cognitive behavioural therapies
 2.2. Psychoeducation
 2.3. Family therapies
 2.4. Approaches aimed at improving adherence to pharmacotherapy
 2.5. Combined pharmacological and psychological treatments
3. Service/other treatments and issues
 3.1. Self-help
 3.2. Lifestyle interventions
 3.3. Managed care/chronic disease management
 3.4. Non-statutory support
 3.5. Crisis resolution and home treatment teams
 3.6. Assertive outreach teams
 3.7. Day hospitals
 3.8. Early intervention
 3.9. Vocational rehabilitation
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