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1. Comparison of Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) and Zung Self-Rating Anxiety/Depression Scale (SAS/SDS) in Evaluating Anxiety and Depression in Patients with Psoriatic Arthritis. (Abstract)

Comparison of Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) and Zung Self-Rating Anxiety/Depression Scale (SAS/SDS) in Evaluating Anxiety and Depression in Patients with Psoriatic Arthritis. This study aimed to compare the Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale (HADS) and the Zung Self-Rating Anxiety/Depression Scale (SAS/SDS) in evaluating anxiety and depression in psoriatic arthritis (PsA) patients.A total of 70 PsA patients were enrolled. Demographic and clinical characteristics were collected (...) after enrollment. HADS-A and SAS were used to evaluate the anxiety of PsA patients, while HADS-D and SDS were used to evaluate the depression of PsA patients.Similar results were observed in detecting the rate of anxiety by HADS-A and SAS (27.1 vs. 21.4%, p = 0.424), and there was no difference in classifying the severity of anxiety by HADS-A and SAS (p = 0.347). The Spearman test also disclosed that HADS-A score was positively associated with SAS score (p <0.001). The rates of depression were

2019 Dermatology

2. Clarification of the cut-off score for Zung's self-rating depression scale. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Clarification of the cut-off score for Zung's self-rating depression scale. Zung's Self-rating Depression Scale (SDS) is an established norm-referenced screening measure used to identify the presence of depressive disorders in adults. Despite widespread usage, issues exist concerning the recommended cut-off score for a positive diagnosis. First, confusion arising from the conversion of raw scores to index scores had resulted in a considerably higher cut-off score than that recommended being (...) from a medical professional for some kind of depressive disorder, whose diagnosis was positively confirmed using the Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ). The negative community sample (n = 172) was derived from a representative sample of adults whose absence of any depressive disorder was similarly confirmed by the PHQ.Mathematical models, including Youden's Index and the Receiver Operating Characteristics Curve, suggest that the recommended cut-off (a raw score of 40) is indeed too low. More

2019 BMC Psychiatry

3. Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale

Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Zung Self-Rating (...) Depression Scale Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale Aka: Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale , Depression Screening with the Zung Scale , Zung Depression Rating Scale II. Background Twenty question survey completed by patient Likert Scale Format Asks half of questions positively and half negatively Negative Example: "I notice that I am losing weight" Positive Example: "I eat as much as I used to" Answers scored on 1 to 4 scale Minimal: None or a little of the time Severe: Most or all of the time III

2018 FP Notebook

4. Screening for anxiety and depression: reassessing the utility of the Zung scales. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Screening for anxiety and depression: reassessing the utility of the Zung scales. While the gold standard for the diagnosis of mental disorders remains the structured clinical interview, self-report measures continue to play an important role in screening and measuring progress, as well as being frequently employed in research studies. Two widely-used self-report measures in the area of depression and anxiety are Zung's Self-Rating Depression Scale (SDS) and Self Rating Anxiety Scale (SAS (...) ). However, considerable confusion exists in their application, with clinical cut-offs often applied incorrectly. This study re-examines the credentials of the Zung scales by comparing them with the Depression Anxiety Stress Scale (DASS) in terms of their ability to predict clinical diagnoses of anxiety and depression made using the Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ).A total sample of 376 adults, of whom 87 reported being in receipt of psychological treatment, completed the two-page version of the PHQ

2017 BMC Psychiatry

5. Assigning Clinical Significance and Symptom Severity Using the Zung Scales: Levels of Misclassification Arising from Confusion between Index and Raw Scores Full Text available with Trip Pro

Assigning Clinical Significance and Symptom Severity Using the Zung Scales: Levels of Misclassification Arising from Confusion between Index and Raw Scores The Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale (SDS) and Self-Rating Anxiety Scale (SAS) are two norm-referenced scales commonly used to identify the presence of depression and anxiety in clinical research. Unfortunately, several researchers have mistakenly applied index score criteria to raw scores when assigning clinical significance and symptom (...) of publications involving the Zung SDS and SAS scales are using incorrect criteria for the classification of clinically significant symptoms of depression and anxiety. The most common error-applying index score criteria to raw scores-produces a substantial elevation of the cut-off points for significance. Given the continuing usage of these scales, it is important that these inconsistencies be highlighted and resolved.

2018 Depression research and treatment

6. Self-rated depression and eye diseases: The Beijing Eye Study. Full Text available with Trip Pro

adapted from Zung´s self-rated depression scale. The total score of depression symptoms was 80. Depression was defined as having a depression score >44.Out of 3468 study participants, 3267 (94.2%) individuals (1419 men) with an age of 64.5±9.7 years (range: 50-93 years) participated in the interview and answered all questions on depression. The mean depression score was 25.0±5.9 (median: 23.3; range:20-64). Depression (depression score >44) was present in 66 individuals (2.0%; 95% confidence interval (...) Self-rated depression and eye diseases: The Beijing Eye Study. To assess the prevalence of depression in the general population of Beijing and its association with ocular diseases.The population-based Beijing Eye Study was conducted in a rural and an urban region of Greater Beijing. The study participants underwent a detailed ophthalmological examination and an interview including questions on the socioeconomic background. Depressive symptoms were evaluated using a Chinese depression scale

2018 PLoS ONE

7. Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale

Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Zung Self-Rating (...) Depression Scale Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale Aka: Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale , Depression Screening with the Zung Scale , Zung Depression Rating Scale II. Background Twenty question survey completed by patient Likert Scale Format Asks half of questions positively and half negatively Negative Example: "I notice that I am losing weight" Positive Example: "I eat as much as I used to" Answers scored on 1 to 4 scale Minimal: None or a little of the time Severe: Most or all of the time III

2015 FP Notebook

8. Preoperative Zung depression scale predicts patient satisfaction independent of the extent of improvement after revision lumbar surgery. (Abstract)

(Oswestry Disability Index [ODI]), pain (visual analog scale [VAS]), depression (Zung self-rating depression scale), and Short Form 12 (SF-12) physical and mental component scores (PCS and MCS). Patient satisfaction was dichotomized as either "YES" or "NO" on whether they were satisfied with their surgical outcome 2 years after the surgery.A total of fifty-three patients undergoing revision neural decompression and instrumented fusion for same-level recurrent stenosis-associated back and leg pain were (...) included in this study. Preoperative Zung self-rating depression score (ZDS), education status, comorbidities, and postoperative satisfaction with surgical care and outcome was assessed for all patients. Baseline and 2-year VAS for leg pain (VAS-LP), VAS for low back pain (VAS-BP), ODI, SF-12 PCS and MCS, and health-state utility (EQ-5D) were assessed. Factors associated with patient satisfaction after surgery were assessed via multivariate logistic regression analysis.Two years after surgery

2013 The Spine Journal

9. Screening for Perinatal Depression

Depression Scale 20 5–10 Sensitivity 60% Yes Specificity 92% Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale 20 5–10 Sensitivity 45–89% No Specificity 77–88% e210 Committee Opinion Perinatal Depression OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY Copyrightªby he American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Published by Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. Unauthorized reproduction of this article is prohibited. tConclusion Perinatal depression is a common complication of pregnancy with potentially devastating consequences if it goes (...) pregnancy and the postpartum period to assist with systematically identifying patients with peri- natal depression (Table 1). The Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale (EPDS) is most frequently used in the research setting and clinical practice for several reasons. The scale, which has been translated into 50 different languages, consists of 10 self-reported questions that are health literacy appropriate and take less than 5 mi- nutes to complete. The EPDS includes anxiety symp- toms, which

2018 American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists

10. Patients' Intensive Telephone-Based Care Program Reduces Depression in Coronary Artery Disease Patients and May Contribute to Favorable Overall Survival by Decreasing Depression. (Abstract)

with depression were allocated randomly to the PITC group and control group in a 1:1 ratio. In the PITC group, PITC and usual care were performed, whereas in the control group, only usual care was given. Depression was assessed using Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale-Depression (HADS-D) score and Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale (SDS) score.No difference in baseline characteristics was found between the PITC and control groups (all P > .05). There were changes the HADS-D score (P = .002) and SDS score (P (...) Patients' Intensive Telephone-Based Care Program Reduces Depression in Coronary Artery Disease Patients and May Contribute to Favorable Overall Survival by Decreasing Depression. The aim of this study was to investigate the effectiveness of patients' intensive telephone-based care program (PITC) on depression and its correlation with overall survival in patients with coronary artery disease who have depression.A total of 224 patients with coronary artery disease who were complicated

2019 The Journal of cardiovascular nursing Controlled trial quality: uncertain

11. Personality, depression and anxiety in primary Sjogren's syndrome - Association with sociodemographic factors and comorbidity. Full Text available with Trip Pro

the Revisited NEO Personality Inventory Five-Factor model (NEO-PI-R), the Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale and the Zung Self-Rating Anxiety Scale. Statistical analyses were performed using SPSS [Version 16.0]. The relative size of the effect was assessed based on standardized estimates of effect size (d).Patients with pSS, similarly to RA patients had higher scores of Neuroticism (d = 0.46, p = 0.007) and lower scores of Extraversion (d = 0.51, p = 0.001) and Openness for experience (d = 0.65, p = 0.013 (...) Personality, depression and anxiety in primary Sjogren's syndrome - Association with sociodemographic factors and comorbidity. Patients with primary Sjögren's Syndrome (pSS) have diminished health quality and fatigue, arthralgia along with dryness of the mouth and eyes have major impact on their psychological and social aspects of life. The purpose of this study was to determine psychological features of patients with pSS. We analyzed personality, depression and anxiety of patients with primary

2019 PLoS ONE

12. Depression, anxiety, pain and quality of life in people living with chronic hepatitis C: a systematic review and meta-analysis

Scale CWP Chronic widespread pain DASS Depression, Anxiety and Stress Scales DH Department of Health, UK EHC Extrahepatic condition FS Fibromyalgia syndrome HBV Hepatitis B virus HCSUS HIV Cost and Services Utilization Study (US) HCV Hepatitis C virus HADS Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale HDRS Hamilton Depression Rating Scale HRQOL Health-Related Quality of Life IFN Interferon therapy MCS Mental component score of the SF36 HRQOL scale MD Mean difference MOS Medical Outcomes Study NAFLD Non (...) -alcoholic fatty liver disease NS Not significant OR Odds ratio PCR Polymerase chain reaction PCS Physical component score of the SF36 HRQOL scale PHQ-9 Patient Health Questionnaire version 9 PWID People who inject drugs viii RA Rheumatoid arthritis RNA ribonucleic acid RR Risk ratio SDS Stress and Depression Scales SSD Statistically significant difference STAI State-Trait Anxiety Inventory SVR sustained viral response ix 1 Abstract Objectives Individuals infected with hepatitis C virus (HCV) can develop

2015 EPPI Centre

13. Correlation between depression/anxiety symptom severity and quality of life in patients with major depressive disorder or bipolar disorder. (Abstract)

measured with the QIDS-16-SR (the 16 Item Quick Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology - Self Report), and Zung-SAS (Zung Self-Rating Anxiety Scale). The QOL was measured with the Q-LES-Q short-form (the Quality of Life, Enjoyment and Satisfaction Questionnaire). Correlation was assessed with regression analysis.The percentage of maximum possible scores (MPS) of Q-LES-Q was 72.1%, 70.5%, and 67.6% for euthymic MDD, BPI, and BPII, respectively. Increases in QIDS-16-SR total scores significantly (...) correlated to decreases in Q-LES-Q total scores, with an R2 = 0.61, R2 = 0.52, and R2 = 0.45 for MDD, BPI, and BPII, respectively. Increases in Zung-SAS scores also significantly correlated to decreases in Q-LES-Q total scores with an R2 = 0.20, R2 = 0.21, and R2 = 0.12 for MDD, BPI, and BPII. However, after controlling for depression severity, significant differences between Q-LES-Q and Zung-SAS scores disappeared in MDD and BP. After controlling for anxiety and other clinical variables, the negative

2018 Journal of Affective Disorders

14. Clinical Practice Guideline on the Management of Depression in Adults

according to DSM-5 175 Annex 2. Validated Spanish versions of the Hr SD, MADr S and PHQ-9 scale 176 Annex 3. Main antidepressant drugs: pack size and cost 181 Annex 4: Depression: information for patients, family and friends 183 Annex 5. Abbreviations 203 Annex 6. Glossary 204 Annex 7. Declaration of interest 210 Bibliography 211 CLINICAL Pr ACTICE Gu IDELINE ON THE MANAGEMENT OF DEPr ESSION IN ADu LTS 9 Presentation Depression in adults is a major health problem because of its prevalence, its impact (...) of interest which is presented in Annex 7.CLINICAL Pr ACTICE Gu IDELINE ON THE MANAGEMENT OF DEPr ESSION IN ADu LTS 15 Questions to be answered PERSPECTIVES AND EXPERIENCES OF PATIENTS AND THEIR RELATIVES WITH DEPRESSION 1. What are the perspectives of patients and their relatives about depression and their experi- ences with the health care provided? EV ALUATION AND SCREENING OF DEPRESSION 2. How should depression be evaluated? 3. Which scales have the best psychometric properties for the evaluation

2015 GuiaSalud

15. The measurement of alexithymia in children and adolescents: Psychometric properties of the Alexithymia Questionnaire for Children and the twenty-item Toronto Alexithymia Scale in different non-clinical and clinical samples of children and adolescents. Full Text available with Trip Pro

sample, exploratory factorial analyses (EFA) were performed on the items of the TAS-20 or AQC without the EOT items and the Beck depression inventory-II (BDI-II) or the Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale (SDS). The items of the AQC and BDI-II or items of the TAS-20 and SDS loaded on separate factors with only a minor overlap suggesting that adolescents were able to differentiate alexithymia and depression when self-assessments were used. Alexithymia can be reliably assessed in adolescents using (...) feelings; DDF, difficulty describing feelings; EOT, externally-oriented thinking) were explored in various samples of children, adolescents or young adults to detect the best factor-structure and to examine if the Externally-Oriented Thinking (EOT) factor must be deleted or not. Secondly, the capacity for adolescents to distinguish between alexithymia and depression was studied using factorial analyses of items of self-report of alexithymia and depression scales. Four groups were examined (80 healthy

2017 PLoS ONE

16. Phenotypic and aetiological architecture of depressive symptoms in a Japanese twin sample. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Phenotypic and aetiological architecture of depressive symptoms in a Japanese twin sample. The phenotypic and aetiological architecture of depression symptomatology has been mostly studied in Western samples. In this study, we conducted a genetically informed factor analysis to elucidate both the phenotypic and aetiological architectures of self-reported depression among a Japanese adult twin sample.Depressive symptoms assessed by Zung's Self-rating Depression Scale were self-rated by 425 twin (...) pairs (301 monozygotic and 124 dizygotic twin pairs) in a community sample in Japan.An exploratory factor analysis extracted three symptom domains representing cognitive, affective and somatic symptomatology. A confirmatory factor analysis demonstrated that a bi-factor solution fitted better than the alternative solutions, implying that depression may be defined as a combination of a single general construct and three factors specific to each of the three symptom domains. A multivariate genetic

2019 Psychological Medicine

17. Artificial intelligence based discovery of the association between depression and chronic fatigue syndrome. (Abstract)

Zung Self-Rating Depression Scales and Chalder Fatigue Scales, and meanwhile, to donate plasma and urine samples for 1H NMR-metabolic profiling. Artificial intelligence methods was used to analysis the underlying association between DD and CFS. Principal components analysis (PCA) and partial least squares discriminant analysis (PLS-DA) were used to analyze the metabolic profiles with respect to gender and age. Variable importance in projection and t-test were employed in conjunction with the PLS-DA (...) Artificial intelligence based discovery of the association between depression and chronic fatigue syndrome. Both of the modern medicine and the traditional Chinese medicine classify depressive disorder (DD) and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) to one type of disease. Unveiling the association between depressive and the fatigue diseases provides a great opportunity to bridge the modern medicine with the traditional Chinese medicine.In this work, 295 general participants were recruited to complete

2019 Journal of Affective Disorders

18. Depression (PDQ®): Health Professional Version

or treatment, helping to avoid false-positive results on the scale caused by these symptoms.[ - ] The nine-item Patient Health Questionnaire (PHQ-9).[ ] The Psychological Distress Inventory.[ ] The Edinburgh Depression Scale.[ ] The Brief Symptom Inventory.[ ] The Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale.[ ] The Distress Thermometer.[ ] One study of women with newly diagnosed breast cancer (n = 236) successfully utilized brief screening instruments such as the Distress Thermometer and the Patient Health (...) , Riddleston H: The stability of depression scores in patients who are receiving palliative care. J Pain Symptom Manage 24 (6): 593-7, 2002. [ ] Derogatis LR, Melisaratos N: The Brief Symptom Inventory: an introductory report. Psychol Med 13 (3): 595-605, 1983. [ ] Dugan W, McDonald MV, Passik SD, et al.: Use of the Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale in cancer patients: feasibility as a screening tool. Psychooncology 7 (6): 483-93, 1998 Nov-Dec. [ ] Roth AJ, Kornblith AB, Batel-Copel L, et al.: Rapid

2017 PDQ - NCI's Comprehensive Cancer Database

19. Neurofeedback and Biofeedback for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, Generalized Anxiety Disorder, and Depression: A Review of the Clinical Evidence and Guidelines

using the Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder Checklist (PCL) –Military version and the Zung Self-Rating Depression Scale (Zung score). Analysis of variance (ANOVA) showed there was a statistically significant reduction in PCL and Zung scores for both groups from baseline to three weeks of treatment (main effect for time). However, main effect for group and main effect for group by time was not statistically significant. The authors concluded that the study did not demonstrate a beneficial effect (...) ). 15,17 Comparators included usual treatment, 13,16 mobile phone without biofeedback, 14 anxiolytics treatment, 17 psychotherapy placebo, 15 or healthy volunteers. 18 Biofeedback for Mood and Anxiety Disorders 4 Outcomes The primary outcomes of included studies were changes in symptoms of PTSD, 13,16 anxiety, 14,17 and depression, 15,18 based on CAPS score (Clinician-Administered PTSD Scale), PCL-S score (PTSD Checklist-Specific), Zung score, STAI score (State Trait Anxiety Inventory), VAS-A score

2012 Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health - Rapid Review

20. Comprehensive Rehabilitation Training Decreases Cognitive Impairment, Anxiety, and Depression in Poststroke Patients: A Randomized, Controlled Study. (Abstract)

to control group at month 12. Anxiety assessments were performed by hospital anxiety and depression scale (HADS) and Zung self-rating anxiety scale (SAS). The HADS anxiety score change (M12-baseline; P = .002) and the SAS score change (M12-baseline; P = .006) were decreased in CRT group compared to control group. Lower occurrence rate of anxiety assessed by SAS was observed in CRT group compared to control group (P = .033). Depression assessments were performed by HADS and Zung self-rating depression (...) scale (SDS). HADS depression score change (M12-baseline; P < .001) and the SDS score change (M12-baseline; P = .002) were reduced in CRT group compared to control group. Decreased occurrence rate of depression assessed by SDS was found in CRT group compared to control group (P = .022).CRT contributes to the recovery of cognitive impairment, and decreases anxiety and depression in poststroke patients.Copyright © 2018. Published by Elsevier Inc.

2018 Journal of stroke and cerebrovascular diseases : the official journal of National Stroke Association Controlled trial quality: uncertain

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