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BIBLIOGRAPHY FOR PERINATAL PSYCHIATRY
The following are articles / books pertaining to various topics related to perinatal psychiatry. Where more than one article is listed for a particular topic, they are listed in decreasing order of relevance / yield.
Epidemiology of depression during pregnancy:
Melville, J. L., Gavin, A., Guo, Y., Fan, M. Y., & Katon, W. J. (2010). Depressive disorders during pregnancy: prevalence and risk factors in a large urban sample. Obstetrics and gynecology, 116(5), 1064. Large prospective study that estimates the prevalence of depression, panic disorder and suicidal ideation during pregnancy. Identifies clinically relevant risk factors for depression during pregnancy.
Depression and antidepressants:
Chaudron, L. H. (2013). Complex
Challenges in Treating Depression During Pregnancy. American Journal
of Psychiatry, 170(1), 12-20.
Byatt N, Deligiannidis KM, Freeman MP. (2012). Antidepressant
Use In Pregnancy: A Critical Review Focused On Risks And Controversies.
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavia, 1-21.
Yonkers KA, Wisner KL, Stewart DE et al (2009). The
Management Of Depression During Pregnancy: A Report From The American
Psychiatric Association And The American College Of Obstetricians And
Gynecologists. Gen Hosp Psychiatry, 31: 403-413.
Grote, N. K., Bridge, J. A., Gavin, A. R., Melville, J. L., Iyengar,
S., & Katon, W. J. (2010).
A meta-analysis of depression during pregnancy and the risk of preterm
birth, low birth weight, and intrauterine growth restriction. Archives
of general psychiatry, 67(10), 1012.
Ross, L. E., Grigoriadis, S., Mamisashvili, L., VonderPorten, E. H.,
Roerecke, M., Rehm, J., ... & Cheung, A. (2013). Selected
Pregnancy and Delivery Outcomes After Exposure to Antidepressant Medication
A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis Outcomes After Antidepressant Use
in Pregnancy. JAMA Psychiatry, 1-8.
Yonkers KA, Norwirtz ER, Smith MV et al (2012). Depression
and Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor Treatment as Risk Factors for Preterm
Birth. Epidemiology, 23: 677-685.
Hviid, A., Melbye, M., & Pasternak, B. (2013). Use of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors during pregnancy and risk of autism. New England Journal of Medicine, 369(25), 2406-2415.
Deligiannidis, K. M., & Freeman, M. P. (2014). Complementary and alternative medicine therapies for perinatal depression. Best Practice & Research Clinical Obstetrics & Gynaecology, 28(1), 85-95.
Nonpharmacologic interventions for depression:
Dimidjian S, Goodman S (2009). Nonpharmacologic
intervention and prevention strategies for depression during pregnancy
and the postpartum. Clinical Obstetrics and Gynecology, 52: 498-515.
Stuart, S (2012) Interpersonal
Psychotherapy for Postpartum Depression. Clinical Psychol and Psychother,
Brandon AR, Freeman MP (2011). When
She Says "No" to Medications: Psychotherapy for Antepartum Depression.
Curr Psychiatry Rep, 13:459-466.
Sockol LE, Epperson CN, Barber JP (2011). A
Meta-Analysis Of Treatments For Perinatal Depression. Clinical psychology
review, 31: 839-849.
Anxiety disorders during pregnancy and postpartum:
Ross, L. E., McLean, L. M., & Psych, C. (2006). Anxiety disorders during pregnancy and the postpartum period: a systematic review. depression, 6, 9.
Bipolar disorder and its treatment during pregnancy and postpartum:
Yonkers, K. W. (2004). Management
Of Bipolar Disorder During Pregnancy And The Postpartum Period. Am
J Psychiatry, 4:608-620.
Gentile, S (2006). Prophylactic
Treatment Of Bipolar Disorder In Pregnancy And Breastfeeding: Focus On
Emerging Mood Stabilizers. Bipolar disorders, 8: 207-220.
Diav-Citrin OShechtman STahover EFinkel-Pekarsky VArnon JKennedy DErebara AEinarson AOrnoy A. Pregnancy Outcome Following In Utero Exposure to Lithium: A Prospective, Comparative, Observational Study. The American journal of psychiatry ,2014.
Psychosis and treatment:
Galbally, M., Snellen, M., & Power, J. (2014). Antipsychotic drugs in pregnancy: a review of their maternal and fetal effects. Therapeutic Advances in Drug Safety, 5(2), 100-109.
Doucet, S., Jones, I., Letourneau, N., Dennis, C. L., & Blackmore, E. R. (2011). Interventions for the prevention and treatment of postpartum psychosis: a systematic review. Archives of women's mental health, 14(2), 89-98.
Miller, L. (2010). Psychotherapy
for Pregnant Women with Schizophrenia. Current Women's Health Reviews,
Psychotropic drugs and lactation:
Fortinguerra F, Clavenna A, Bonati M (2009). Psychotropic
Drug Use During Breastfeeding: A Review of the Evidence. Pediatrics,
di Scalea, T. L., & Wisner, K. L. (2009). Antidepressant
medication use during breastfeeding. Clinical obstetrics and gynecology,
Bhuvaneswar C, Chang G. (2009). Substance
Use in Pregnancy. In B. S. Brady KT, Women and Addiction: a Comprehensive
Handbook (pp. 432 - 452).
Davis KJ, Y. K. (2012, January). Making
Lemonade out of Lemons: A Case Report and Literature Review of External
Pressure as an Intervention With Pregnant and Parenting Substance-Using
Women. J Clin Psychiatry, 73(1), 51-56.
Maternal psychological distress and infant temperament:
Waxler E, Thelen K, Muzik M (2011). Maternal
Perinatal Depression-Impact on Infant and Child Development. European
Psychiatric Review, 7(1), 41-47.
Kersting, A. (2012). Complicated
grief after perinatal loss. Dialogues Clin Neurosci, 14(2), 187-194.
Frost M, C. J. (1996). The
psychological sequelae of miscarriage: a critical review of the literature.
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry, 30, 54-62.
Brandon, A. (2011). Ethical Barriers to Perinatal Mental Health Research
and Evidence-Based Treatment: An Empirical Study. AJOB Primary Research,
Light, A., Obedin-Maliver, J., Sevelius, J., & Kerns, J. (n.d.). Transgender Men Who Experienced Pregnancy After Female-to-Male Gender Transitioning. Obstetrics & Gynecology, 1120-1127.
O'Grady JP, R. M. (1989). Pseudocyesis: a modern perspective on an old
disorder. Obstetrical and gynecological survey, 44(7), 500-511.
Wiegartz P, G. K. (2009). The Pregnancy and Postpartum Anxiety Workbook.
Oakland: New Harbinger Publications.
Eds Sam Tyano, M. K. (2010). Parenthood and mental health. West Sussex:
Wiley Blackwell. Parenthood and mental health a bridge between infant
and adult psychiatry.
www.reprotox.org - A comprehensive compilation of the evidence base for the risks to fetus of specific drugs during pregnancy and lactation. Starts with a short paragraph summarizing the risks, then goes on to list experimental animal studies, clinical trial reports, longer term effects of in utero exposure and safety in lactation. This can be accessed through micromedix for each individual drug.
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