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Обозрение психиатрии и медицинской психологии имени В.М.Бехтерева

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Когнитивная дисфункция при депрессии у пожилых пациентов с хронической ишемией головного мозга: опыт применения Вортиоксетина (Бринтелликс)

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На небольшой популяции пациентов среднего и пожилого возраста с депрессией, развившейся на фоне хронической ишемии головного мозга, исследовано действие вортиоксетина (Бринтелликс) на состояние когнитивных функций и симптомы депрессии. Пациенты принимали вортиоксетин в дозе 10 мг в течение 6 месяцев. Вортиоксетин одинаково хорошо устранял когнитивную дисфункцию и депрессивную симптоматику у пациентов обеих возрастных групп. Когнитивная ремиссия, а также отсутствие рецидива депрессии сохранялись на протяжении 6 месяцев после отмены терапии. Вортиоксетин показал хорошую переносимость и безопасность на исследуемой популяции больных.

Об авторах

Юлия Владимировна Житкова
ГАУЗ «Межрегиональный клинико-диагностический центр»
Россия


Дина Рустемовна Хасанова
ГАУЗ «Межрегиональный клинико-диагностический центр»; ГОУ ВПО «Казанский государственный медицинский университет», Росздрава
Россия


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Житкова Ю.В., Хасанова Д.Р. Когнитивная дисфункция при депрессии у пожилых пациентов с хронической ишемией головного мозга: опыт применения Вортиоксетина (Бринтелликс). Обозрение психиатрии и медицинской психологии имени В.М.Бехтерева. 2017;(4):81-88.

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Zhitkova Y.V., Hasanova D.R. Cognitive dysfunction in elderly patients with depression based on chronic brain ischemia: vortioxetine (Brintellix) experience. V.M. BEKHTEREV REVIEW OF PSYCHIATRY AND MEDICAL PSYCHOLOGY. 2017;(4):81-88. (In Russ.)

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