What is the official definition of Depression?

What is the official definition of Depression?

Depression is a common mental disorder affecting more than 264 million people worldwide. It is characterized by persistent sadness and a lack of interest or pleasure in previously rewarding or enjoyable activities. It can also disturb sleep and appetite; tiredness and poor concentration are common.

What is the DSM-5 code for depression?

Major Depressive Disorder DSM-5 296.20-296.36 (ICD-10-CM Multiple Codes)

What is diagnosis code for depression?

Code F33. 1 is the diagnosis code used for Major Depressive Disorder (MDD), Recurrent, Moderate.

What is the diagnostic code for depression?

Code F33. 0 is the diagnosis code used for Major depressive disorder, recurrent, mild. This falls under the category of mood [affective] disorders.

What kind of procedures do they do for Duhamel?

Fourteen had procedures for persistent constipation, including redo Duhamel (n = 2), stoma formation (n = 2), spur division (n = 2), and dilatation/stretch/Botox/rectal biopsy/manual evacuation (n = 23). Three children had other procedures (adhesiolysis [n = 2] and incisional hernia repair [n = 1]).

How many children have been treated with Duhamel?

A single-institution retrospective review (2002-2014) of 72 children who underwent surgical intervention for Hirschsprung disease found satisfactory outcomes with the Duhamel procedure, but 40% of the patients had to undergo further surgery. [ 65]

How is depression related to anesthesia and surgery?

PMCID: PMC4736276 DOI: 10.1186/s12893-016-0120-y Abstract Background: The interaction of depression and anesthesia and surgery may result in significant increases in morbidity and mortality of patients.

How does preoperative depression affect postoperative care?

The extent of preoperative depression in patients scheduled for lumbar discectomy is a predictor of functional outcome and patient’s dissatisfaction, especially after revision surgery. General postoperative mortality is increased.