Treatment Patterns, Adherence And Clinical Outcomes In Bipolar Disorder Type I: A Systematic Review Of Observational Studies
Bipolar disorder type I (BD-I) is characterized by at least one manic episode; major depressive episodes can occur as well, however, they are not necessary for diagnosis of BD-I. The primary goal of this study was to perform a systematic review of the literature on real-world data from observational studies about the treatment of bipolar disorder (BD); especially the patterns-of-care, adherence, and clinical outcomes of second-generation atypical antipsychotics (SGA). The secondary objectives were to describe and evaluate the types of observational studies and databases available for BD-I in the US.
bipolar disorder; treatment patterns;
How to cite
Piedade A, Greene M, Clark OAC, Paladini L, Hartry A. Treatment Patterns, Adherence And Clinical Outcomes In Bipolar Disorder Type I: A Systematic Review Of Observational Studies. ISPOR USA; Boston: ISPOR; 2017.