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Evidence Update: Treatment of Depression in People With Dementia (NHS Evidence)

Summary Depression is common in dementia. It often causes distress, reduces quality of life, worsens cognitive and functional impairment, increases mortality, and also brings about stress and depression in carers. Earlier Guidance The NICE Clinical Guideline on Dementia (CG42) recommends … Continue reading

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Treatment and Management of Depression in Adults (NICE Clinical Guideline CG90)

Summary People with dementia are at higher risk of depression. Much of the mental health comorbidity which affects older people in general hospitals relates to dementia, depression and delirium. The main NICE dementia guideline provides guidance on the management of … Continue reading

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