Dusan Hadzi-Pavlovic

Dusan Hadzi-Pavlovic

Mood Disorders Unit, Prince Of Wales Hospital, Randwick, And School Of Psychiatry, University Of New South Wales, Randwick 2031, Australia

Direct Impact

Concepts for which Dusan Hadzi-Pavlovic has direct influence:

bipolar disorder
melancholic depression
prolonged fatigue
2 diabetes
electroconvulsive therapy
anaesthetic-ect time
skills profile

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Dusan Hadzi-Pavlovic has influence:

bipolar disorder
brain abnormalities
completed suicide
electroconvulsive therapy
major depression
working memory
1 diabetes

Prominent publications by Dusan Hadzi-Pavlovic

KOL-Index: 136 Bipolar disorder is associated with cognitive deficits and cortical changes for which the developmental dynamics are not well understood. The dopamine D2 receptor (DRD2) gene has been associated with both psychiatric disorders and cognitive variability. Here we examined the mediating role of brain structure in the relationship between DRD2 genomic variation and cognitive performance, with ...
Known for
Drd2 Genomic Variation | Typical Brain-Cognition Relationships | Brain Structure | Ventral-Attention
KOL-Index: 69 Bipolar disorder (BD) is associated with a 20-30-fold increased suicide risk compared to the general population. First-degree relatives of BD patients show inflated rates of psychopathology including suicidal behaviors. As reliable biomarkers of suicide attempts (SA) are lacking, we examined associations between suicide-related polygenic risk scores (PRSs)-a quantitative index of genomic ...
Known for
Prss Suicide | Structural Variability
KOL-Index: 51 Objective: Inflammatory bowel diseases (IBDs) are complex chronic inflammatory disorders of the gastro-intestinal (GI) tract with uncertain etiology. IBDs comprise two idiopathic disorders: Crohn's disease (CD) and ulcerative colitis (UC). The aetiology, severity and progression of such disorders are still poorly understood but thought to be influenced by multiple factors (including genetic, ...
KOL-Index: 42 OBJECTIVE: To assess the magnitude of suicide rates in the first week and first month postdischarge following psychiatric hospitalisation. DESIGN: Meta-analysis of relevant English-language, peer-reviewed papers published in MEDLINE, PsycINFO or Embase between 01 January 1945 and 31 March 2017 and supplemented by hand searching and personal communication. A generalised linear effects model ...
Known for
222 546 | 01 January | 95 Ci1740 | 60 880
KOL-Index: 41 Abstract Aims Bipolar Disorder (BD) is associated with a 20-30 fold increased suicide risk compared to the general population. First-degree relatives of BD patients show inflated rates of psychopathology including suicidal behaviors. As reliable biomarkers of suicide attempts (SA) are lacking, we examined associations between suicide-related polygenic risk scores (PRS) – a quantitative index ...
Known for
Associations Prs | Suicide Polygenic | Variability Brain | Models Suicidal
KOL-Index: 39 Importance: High rates of suicide after psychiatric hospitalization are reported in many studies, yet the magnitude of the increases and the factors underlying them remain unclear. Objectives: To quantify the rates of suicide after discharge from psychiatric facilities and examine what moderates those rates. Data Sources: English-language, peer-reviewed publications published from January 1, ...
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Suicides | Suicidal Ideas | Rates Discharge | 100 000 Person-Years
KOL-Index: 36 BACKGROUND: People with type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM) often experience mental health symptoms that exacerbate illness and increase mortality risk. Access to psychological support is low in people with T2DM. Detection of depression is variable in primary care and can be further hampered by mental health stigma. Electronic mental health (eMH) programs may provide an accessible, private, ...
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Anxiety Diabetes | Functioning Lifestyles | Trial Completed | Months Social
KOL-Index: 33 BACKGROUND: An individualized approach to maximize electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) efficacy and minimize cognitive side effects is to treat patients relative to their seizure threshold (ST). However, although Right Unilateral-Ultrabrief (0.3 ms) (RUL-UB) ECT is increasingly used in clinical settings as an effective form of ECT with minimal cognitive effects, there is sparse data regarding ...
Known for
Rul | Thiopentone Propofol | Predictors Seizure | 179
KOL-Index: 31 OBJECTIVE: There have been no previous factor analytic studies of the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HDRS) in samples with bipolar I depression, and no investigations of the utility of any derived factors in determining treatment response in this condition. This study aimed to identify and compare factors of a 31-item version of the HDRS (HDRS-31) in large samples of patients with bipolar ...
Known for
Montgomery-Asberg Depression Rating | Depressed Sample | Depression Depressive | Baseline Scores
KOL-Index: 30 BACKGROUND: Transcranial electrical stimulation has broad potential as a treatment for depression. Transcranial random noise stimulation, which delivers randomly fluctuating current intensities, may have greater cortical excitatory effects compared with other forms of transcranial electrical stimulation. We therefore aimed to investigate the antidepressant efficacy of transcranial random ...
Known for
Stimulation Acute | Transcranial Electrical | Montgomery | Asperg

Mood Disorders Unit, Prince of Wales Hospital, Randwick, and School of Psychiatry, University of New South Wales, Randwick 2031, Australia

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