Today we posted the eighth journal club in PEFA Journal Club’s discussion series, discussing if Vortioxetine is effective for emotional blunting in MDD after inadequate response to SSRI/SNRI:
Journal Club #8:
Effectiveness of Vortioxetine on Emotional Blunting in Patients with Major Depressive Disorder with inadequate response to SSRI/SNRI treatment.
Article: J Affect Disord . 2021 Mar 15;283:472-479.
This 30 minutes journal club video discussion will be summarized in the following sections:
- Emotional Blunting with Antidepressants: Overview
- Emotional Blunting Versus Anhedonia: What is the difference?
- Mechanism for Antidepressants Induced Emotional Blunting.
- What did Authors do?
- Oxford Depression Questionnaire (ODQ): Overview
- Study Results?
- What can we infer now?
- Vortioxetine’s Likely Mechanism for Benefit with Emotional Blunting.
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→ CME Credits will increase with our upcoming journal club video discussions.
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