schliessen

Filtern

 

Bibliotheken

Prevalence of depression, anxiety, and adjustment disorder in oncological, haematological, and palliative-care settings: a meta-analysis of 94 interview-based studies

Summary Background Substantial uncertainty exists about prevalence of mood disorders in patients with cancer, including those in oncological, haematological, and palliative-care settings. We aimed to quantitatively summarise the prevalence of depression, anxiety, and adjustments disorders in these s... Full description

Journal Title: The lancet oncology 2011, Vol.12 (2), p.160-174
Main Author: Mitchell, Alex J, Dr
Other Authors: Chan, Melissa, MSc , Bhatti, Henna, MSc , Halton, Marie, MSc , Grassi, Luigi, Prof , Johansen, Christoffer, Prof , Meader, Nicholas, PhD
Format: Electronic Article Electronic Article
Language: English
Subjects:
Quelle: Alma/SFX Local Collection
Publisher: England: Elsevier Ltd
ID: ISSN: 1470-2045
Link: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21251875
Zum Text:
SendSend as email Add to Book BagAdd to Book Bag
Staff View
recordid: cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_848688001
title: Prevalence of depression, anxiety, and adjustment disorder in oncological, haematological, and palliative-care settings: a meta-analysis of 94 interview-based studies
format: Article
creator:
  • Mitchell, Alex J, Dr
  • Chan, Melissa, MSc
  • Bhatti, Henna, MSc
  • Halton, Marie, MSc
  • Grassi, Luigi, Prof
  • Johansen, Christoffer, Prof
  • Meader, Nicholas, PhD
subjects:
  • Adjustment Disorders - complications
  • Adjustment Disorders - epidemiology
  • Adjustment Disorders - psychology
  • Adult
  • Aged
  • Analysis
  • Anxiety Disorders - complications
  • Anxiety Disorders - epidemiology
  • Depression, Mental
  • Depressive Disorder - complications
  • Depressive Disorder - epidemiology
  • Female
  • Hematologic Diseases - complications
  • Hematologic Diseases - psychology
  • Hematology, Oncology and Palliative Medicine
  • Humans
  • Interviews as Topic
  • Male
  • MEDLINE
  • Middle Aged
  • Neoplasms - complications
  • Neoplasms - epidemiology
  • Neoplasms - psychology
  • Palliative Care - psychology
  • Palliative treatment
  • Prevalence studies (Epidemiology)
  • Public health
  • United States - epidemiology
ispartof: The lancet oncology, 2011, Vol.12 (2), p.160-174
description: Summary Background Substantial uncertainty exists about prevalence of mood disorders in patients with cancer, including those in oncological, haematological, and palliative-care settings. We aimed to quantitatively summarise the prevalence of depression, anxiety, and adjustments disorders in these settings. Methods We searched Medline, PsycINFO, Embase, and Web of Knowledge for studies that examined well-defined depression, anxiety, and adjustment disorder in adults with cancer in oncological, haematological, and palliative-care settings. We restricted studies to those using psychiatric interviews. Studies were reviewed in accordance with PRISMA guidelines and a proportion meta-analysis was done. Findings We identified 24 studies with 4007 individuals across seven countries in palliative-care settings. Meta-analytical pooled prevalence of depression defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) or International Classification of Diseases (ICD) criteria was 16·5% (95% CI 13·1–20·3), 14·3% (11·1–17·9) for DSM-defined major depression, and 9·6% (3·6–18·1) for DSM-defined minor depression. Prevalence of adjustment disorder alone was 15·4% (10·1–21·6) and of anxiety disorders 9·8% (6·8–13·2). Prevalence of all types of depression combined was of 24·6% (17·5–32·4), depression or adjustment disorder 24·7% (20·8–28·8), and all types of mood disorder 29·0% (10·1–52·9). We identified 70 studies with 10 071 individuals across 14 countries in oncological and haematological settings. Prevalence of depression by DSM or ICD criteria was 16·3% (13·4–19·5); for DSM-defined major depression it was 14·9% (12·2–17·7) and for DSM-defined minor depression 19·2% (9·1–31·9). Prevalence of adjustment disorder was 19·4% (14·5–24·8), anxiety 10·3% (5·1–17·0), and dysthymia 2·7% (1·7–4·0). Combination diagnoses were common; all types of depression occurred in 20·7% (12·9–29·8) of patients, depression or adjustment disorder in 31·6% (25·0–38·7), and any mood disorder in 38·2% (28·4–48·6). There were few consistent correlates of depression: there was no effect of age, sex, or clinical setting and inadequate data to examine cancer type and illness duration. Interpretation Interview-defined depression and anxiety is less common in patients with cancer than previously thought, although some combination of mood disorders occurs in 30–40% of patients in hospital settings without a significant difference between palliative-care and non-palliative-care settings. C
language: eng
source: Alma/SFX Local Collection
identifier: ISSN: 1470-2045
fulltext: fulltext
issn:
  • 1470-2045
  • 1474-5488
url: Link


@attributes
NO1
SEARCH_ENGINEprimo_central_multiple_fe
SEARCH_ENGINE_TYPEPrimo Central Search Engine
RANK2.7909067
LOCALfalse
PrimoNMBib
record
control
sourceidgale_opena
recordidTN_cdi_proquest_miscellaneous_848688001
sourceformatXML
sourcesystemPC
galeidA353939049
sourcerecordidA353939049
originalsourceidFETCH-LOGICAL-1650t-cd6d17541a821d962378369170b5e9b1cafb75bae241a1119191406860ccb3403
addsrcrecordideNqNkmtrFDEUhgdRbK3-BGXwiwqdmjMzmUsFpRQvhYKCCv0WziRn1tSZZE2ytfuH_J1mduoKi6LkQy6875OTnDdJHgI7AgbV849Q1izLWcmfAjyrGWN5dnEr2Y_HZcbLprm9Wc-SveSe95eMQQ2M3032csg5NDXfT358cHSFAxlJqe1TRUtH3mtrDlM015rCelqoFNXlyoeRTEiV9tYpcqk2qTXSDnahJQ6H6RekEcPv_eRb4jBoDPqKMomOUk8haLPwxymmIwXM0OCw9tpPt7dlZAZyV5q-Zx16UqkPK6XJ30_u9Dh4enAzHySf37z-dPouO3__9uz05DyDirOQSVUpqHkJ2OSg2iov6qaoWqhZx6ntQGLf1bxDyqMEANo4SlY1FZOyK0pWHCRnM9cuyaB2JJZOj-jWwqIWylAQVomCVbnoG-SyYYyzrpF1Rx2vlIwslivs4s2R9WRmLZ39tiIfxKi9pGFAQ3blRVM2VRMBEJWPd5SXduXix0QRj0RWt2UUHc2iRWyX0Ka3waGMQ9GopTXU63h-UvCiLVpWttHAZ4N01ntH_fYtwMSUIbHJkJgCIgDEJkPiIvoe3VSz6kZSW9ev0ETBix2w1CH22JpYkR62eP8H_PV_u_9W3KvZTTEFMSdOeKmn9KrYLBmEsvqfhJc7BDloMyX2K63Jb38ehM8FmyETA2BDuCh-AjQ2EGA
sourcetypeOpen Access Repository
isCDItrue
recordtypearticle
pqid856800794
display
typearticle
titlePrevalence of depression, anxiety, and adjustment disorder in oncological, haematological, and palliative-care settings: a meta-analysis of 94 interview-based studies
sourceAlma/SFX Local Collection
creatorMitchell, Alex J, Dr ; Chan, Melissa, MSc ; Bhatti, Henna, MSc ; Halton, Marie, MSc ; Grassi, Luigi, Prof ; Johansen, Christoffer, Prof ; Meader, Nicholas, PhD
creatorcontribMitchell, Alex J, Dr ; Chan, Melissa, MSc ; Bhatti, Henna, MSc ; Halton, Marie, MSc ; Grassi, Luigi, Prof ; Johansen, Christoffer, Prof ; Meader, Nicholas, PhD
descriptionSummary Background Substantial uncertainty exists about prevalence of mood disorders in patients with cancer, including those in oncological, haematological, and palliative-care settings. We aimed to quantitatively summarise the prevalence of depression, anxiety, and adjustments disorders in these settings. Methods We searched Medline, PsycINFO, Embase, and Web of Knowledge for studies that examined well-defined depression, anxiety, and adjustment disorder in adults with cancer in oncological, haematological, and palliative-care settings. We restricted studies to those using psychiatric interviews. Studies were reviewed in accordance with PRISMA guidelines and a proportion meta-analysis was done. Findings We identified 24 studies with 4007 individuals across seven countries in palliative-care settings. Meta-analytical pooled prevalence of depression defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) or International Classification of Diseases (ICD) criteria was 16·5% (95% CI 13·1–20·3), 14·3% (11·1–17·9) for DSM-defined major depression, and 9·6% (3·6–18·1) for DSM-defined minor depression. Prevalence of adjustment disorder alone was 15·4% (10·1–21·6) and of anxiety disorders 9·8% (6·8–13·2). Prevalence of all types of depression combined was of 24·6% (17·5–32·4), depression or adjustment disorder 24·7% (20·8–28·8), and all types of mood disorder 29·0% (10·1–52·9). We identified 70 studies with 10 071 individuals across 14 countries in oncological and haematological settings. Prevalence of depression by DSM or ICD criteria was 16·3% (13·4–19·5); for DSM-defined major depression it was 14·9% (12·2–17·7) and for DSM-defined minor depression 19·2% (9·1–31·9). Prevalence of adjustment disorder was 19·4% (14·5–24·8), anxiety 10·3% (5·1–17·0), and dysthymia 2·7% (1·7–4·0). Combination diagnoses were common; all types of depression occurred in 20·7% (12·9–29·8) of patients, depression or adjustment disorder in 31·6% (25·0–38·7), and any mood disorder in 38·2% (28·4–48·6). There were few consistent correlates of depression: there was no effect of age, sex, or clinical setting and inadequate data to examine cancer type and illness duration. Interpretation Interview-defined depression and anxiety is less common in patients with cancer than previously thought, although some combination of mood disorders occurs in 30–40% of patients in hospital settings without a significant difference between palliative-care and non-palliative-care settings. Clinicians should remain vigilant for mood complications, not just depression. Funding None.
identifier
0ISSN: 1470-2045
1EISSN: 1474-5488
2DOI: 10.1016/S1470-2045(11)70002-X
3PMID: 21251875
4CODEN: LANCAO
languageeng
publisherEngland: Elsevier Ltd
subjectAdjustment Disorders - complications ; Adjustment Disorders - epidemiology ; Adjustment Disorders - psychology ; Adult ; Aged ; Analysis ; Anxiety Disorders - complications ; Anxiety Disorders - epidemiology ; Depression, Mental ; Depressive Disorder - complications ; Depressive Disorder - epidemiology ; Female ; Hematologic Diseases - complications ; Hematologic Diseases - psychology ; Hematology, Oncology and Palliative Medicine ; Humans ; Interviews as Topic ; Male ; MEDLINE ; Middle Aged ; Neoplasms - complications ; Neoplasms - epidemiology ; Neoplasms - psychology ; Palliative Care - psychology ; Palliative treatment ; Prevalence studies (Epidemiology) ; Public health ; United States - epidemiology
ispartofThe lancet oncology, 2011, Vol.12 (2), p.160-174
rights
0Elsevier Ltd
12011 Elsevier Ltd
2Copyright © 2011 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
3COPYRIGHT 2011 Elsevier B.V.
4Copyright Elsevier Limited Feb 2011
lds50peer_reviewed
citedbyFETCH-LOGICAL-1650t-cd6d17541a821d962378369170b5e9b1cafb75bae241a1119191406860ccb3403
links
openurl$$Topenurl_article
openurlfulltext$$Topenurlfull_article
thumbnail$$Usyndetics_thumb_exl
backlink$$Uhttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21251875$$D View this record in MEDLINE/PubMed
search
creatorcontrib
0Mitchell, Alex J, Dr
1Chan, Melissa, MSc
2Bhatti, Henna, MSc
3Halton, Marie, MSc
4Grassi, Luigi, Prof
5Johansen, Christoffer, Prof
6Meader, Nicholas, PhD
title
0Prevalence of depression, anxiety, and adjustment disorder in oncological, haematological, and palliative-care settings: a meta-analysis of 94 interview-based studies
1The lancet oncology
addtitleLancet Oncol
descriptionSummary Background Substantial uncertainty exists about prevalence of mood disorders in patients with cancer, including those in oncological, haematological, and palliative-care settings. We aimed to quantitatively summarise the prevalence of depression, anxiety, and adjustments disorders in these settings. Methods We searched Medline, PsycINFO, Embase, and Web of Knowledge for studies that examined well-defined depression, anxiety, and adjustment disorder in adults with cancer in oncological, haematological, and palliative-care settings. We restricted studies to those using psychiatric interviews. Studies were reviewed in accordance with PRISMA guidelines and a proportion meta-analysis was done. Findings We identified 24 studies with 4007 individuals across seven countries in palliative-care settings. Meta-analytical pooled prevalence of depression defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) or International Classification of Diseases (ICD) criteria was 16·5% (95% CI 13·1–20·3), 14·3% (11·1–17·9) for DSM-defined major depression, and 9·6% (3·6–18·1) for DSM-defined minor depression. Prevalence of adjustment disorder alone was 15·4% (10·1–21·6) and of anxiety disorders 9·8% (6·8–13·2). Prevalence of all types of depression combined was of 24·6% (17·5–32·4), depression or adjustment disorder 24·7% (20·8–28·8), and all types of mood disorder 29·0% (10·1–52·9). We identified 70 studies with 10 071 individuals across 14 countries in oncological and haematological settings. Prevalence of depression by DSM or ICD criteria was 16·3% (13·4–19·5); for DSM-defined major depression it was 14·9% (12·2–17·7) and for DSM-defined minor depression 19·2% (9·1–31·9). Prevalence of adjustment disorder was 19·4% (14·5–24·8), anxiety 10·3% (5·1–17·0), and dysthymia 2·7% (1·7–4·0). Combination diagnoses were common; all types of depression occurred in 20·7% (12·9–29·8) of patients, depression or adjustment disorder in 31·6% (25·0–38·7), and any mood disorder in 38·2% (28·4–48·6). There were few consistent correlates of depression: there was no effect of age, sex, or clinical setting and inadequate data to examine cancer type and illness duration. Interpretation Interview-defined depression and anxiety is less common in patients with cancer than previously thought, although some combination of mood disorders occurs in 30–40% of patients in hospital settings without a significant difference between palliative-care and non-palliative-care settings. Clinicians should remain vigilant for mood complications, not just depression. Funding None.
subject
0Adjustment Disorders - complications
1Adjustment Disorders - epidemiology
2Adjustment Disorders - psychology
3Adult
4Aged
5Analysis
6Anxiety Disorders - complications
7Anxiety Disorders - epidemiology
8Depression, Mental
9Depressive Disorder - complications
10Depressive Disorder - epidemiology
11Female
12Hematologic Diseases - complications
13Hematologic Diseases - psychology
14Hematology, Oncology and Palliative Medicine
15Humans
16Interviews as Topic
17Male
18MEDLINE
19Middle Aged
20Neoplasms - complications
21Neoplasms - epidemiology
22Neoplasms - psychology
23Palliative Care - psychology
24Palliative treatment
25Prevalence studies (Epidemiology)
26Public health
27United States - epidemiology
issn
01470-2045
11474-5488
fulltexttrue
rsrctypearticle
creationdate2011
recordtypearticle
recordideNqNkmtrFDEUhgdRbK3-BGXwiwqdmjMzmUsFpRQvhYKCCv0WziRn1tSZZE2ytfuH_J1mduoKi6LkQy6875OTnDdJHgI7AgbV849Q1izLWcmfAjyrGWN5dnEr2Y_HZcbLprm9Wc-SveSe95eMQQ2M3032csg5NDXfT358cHSFAxlJqe1TRUtH3mtrDlM015rCelqoFNXlyoeRTEiV9tYpcqk2qTXSDnahJQ6H6RekEcPv_eRb4jBoDPqKMomOUk8haLPwxymmIwXM0OCw9tpPt7dlZAZyV5q-Zx16UqkPK6XJ30_u9Dh4enAzHySf37z-dPouO3__9uz05DyDirOQSVUpqHkJ2OSg2iov6qaoWqhZx6ntQGLf1bxDyqMEANo4SlY1FZOyK0pWHCRnM9cuyaB2JJZOj-jWwqIWylAQVomCVbnoG-SyYYyzrpF1Rx2vlIwslivs4s2R9WRmLZ39tiIfxKi9pGFAQ3blRVM2VRMBEJWPd5SXduXix0QRj0RWt2UUHc2iRWyX0Ka3waGMQ9GopTXU63h-UvCiLVpWttHAZ4N01ntH_fYtwMSUIbHJkJgCIgDEJkPiIvoe3VSz6kZSW9ev0ETBix2w1CH22JpYkR62eP8H_PV_u_9W3KvZTTEFMSdOeKmn9KrYLBmEsvqfhJc7BDloMyX2K63Jb38ehM8FmyETA2BDuCh-AjQ2EGA
startdate2011
enddate2011
creator
0Mitchell, Alex J, Dr
1Chan, Melissa, MSc
2Bhatti, Henna, MSc
3Halton, Marie, MSc
4Grassi, Luigi, Prof
5Johansen, Christoffer, Prof
6Meader, Nicholas, PhD
general
0Elsevier Ltd
1Elsevier B.V
2Elsevier Limited
scope
0CGR
1CUY
2CVF
3ECM
4EIF
5NPM
6AAYXX
7CITATION
8BSHEE
90TZ
103V.
117RV
127TO
137X7
147XB
1588E
168AO
178C1
188C2
198FI
208FJ
218FK
22ABUWG
23BENPR
24FYUFA
25GHDGH
26H94
27K9.
28KB0
29M0S
30M1P
31NAPCQ
32PQEST
33PQQKQ
34PQUKI
35PRINS
367X8
37CLFQK
sort
creationdate2011
titlePrevalence of depression, anxiety, and adjustment disorder in oncological, haematological, and palliative-care settings: a meta-analysis of 94 interview-based studies
authorMitchell, Alex J, Dr ; Chan, Melissa, MSc ; Bhatti, Henna, MSc ; Halton, Marie, MSc ; Grassi, Luigi, Prof ; Johansen, Christoffer, Prof ; Meader, Nicholas, PhD
facets
frbrtype5
frbrgroupidcdi_FETCH-LOGICAL-1650t-cd6d17541a821d962378369170b5e9b1cafb75bae241a1119191406860ccb3403
rsrctypearticles
prefilterarticles
languageeng
creationdate2011
topic
0Adjustment Disorders - complications
1Adjustment Disorders - epidemiology
2Adjustment Disorders - psychology
3Adult
4Aged
5Analysis
6Anxiety Disorders - complications
7Anxiety Disorders - epidemiology
8Depression, Mental
9Depressive Disorder - complications
10Depressive Disorder - epidemiology
11Female
12Hematologic Diseases - complications
13Hematologic Diseases - psychology
14Hematology, Oncology and Palliative Medicine
15Humans
16Interviews as Topic
17Male
18MEDLINE
19Middle Aged
20Neoplasms - complications
21Neoplasms - epidemiology
22Neoplasms - psychology
23Palliative Care - psychology
24Palliative treatment
25Prevalence studies (Epidemiology)
26Public health
27United States - epidemiology
toplevel
0peer_reviewed
1online_resources
creatorcontrib
0Mitchell, Alex J, Dr
1Chan, Melissa, MSc
2Bhatti, Henna, MSc
3Halton, Marie, MSc
4Grassi, Luigi, Prof
5Johansen, Christoffer, Prof
6Meader, Nicholas, PhD
collection
0Medline
1MEDLINE
2MEDLINE (Ovid)
3MEDLINE
4MEDLINE
5PubMed
6CrossRef
7Academic OneFile (A&I only)
8Pharma and Biotech Premium PRO
9ProQuest Central (Corporate)
10Nursing & Allied Health Database
11Oncogenes and Growth Factors Abstracts
12Health & Medical Collection
13ProQuest Central (purchase pre-March 2016)
14Medical Database (Alumni Edition)
15ProQuest Pharma Collection
16Public Health Database
17Lancet Titles
18Hospital Premium Collection
19Hospital Premium Collection (Alumni Edition)
20ProQuest Central (Alumni) (purchase pre-March 2016)
21ProQuest Central (Alumni Edition)
22ProQuest Central
23Health Research Premium Collection
24Health Research Premium Collection (Alumni)
25AIDS and Cancer Research Abstracts
26ProQuest Health & Medical Complete (Alumni)
27Nursing & Allied Health Database (Alumni Edition)
28Health & Medical Collection (Alumni Edition)
29Medical Database
30Nursing & Allied Health Premium
31ProQuest One Academic Eastern Edition
32ProQuest One Academic
33ProQuest One Academic UKI Edition
34ProQuest Central China
35MEDLINE - Academic
36OpenAIRE
jtitleThe lancet oncology
delivery
delcategoryRemote Search Resource
fulltextfulltext
addata
au
0Mitchell, Alex J, Dr
1Chan, Melissa, MSc
2Bhatti, Henna, MSc
3Halton, Marie, MSc
4Grassi, Luigi, Prof
5Johansen, Christoffer, Prof
6Meader, Nicholas, PhD
formatjournal
genrearticle
ristypeJOUR
atitlePrevalence of depression, anxiety, and adjustment disorder in oncological, haematological, and palliative-care settings: a meta-analysis of 94 interview-based studies
jtitleThe lancet oncology
addtitleLancet Oncol
date2011
risdate2011
volume12
issue2
spage160
epage174
pages160-174
issn1470-2045
eissn1474-5488
codenLANCAO
abstractSummary Background Substantial uncertainty exists about prevalence of mood disorders in patients with cancer, including those in oncological, haematological, and palliative-care settings. We aimed to quantitatively summarise the prevalence of depression, anxiety, and adjustments disorders in these settings. Methods We searched Medline, PsycINFO, Embase, and Web of Knowledge for studies that examined well-defined depression, anxiety, and adjustment disorder in adults with cancer in oncological, haematological, and palliative-care settings. We restricted studies to those using psychiatric interviews. Studies were reviewed in accordance with PRISMA guidelines and a proportion meta-analysis was done. Findings We identified 24 studies with 4007 individuals across seven countries in palliative-care settings. Meta-analytical pooled prevalence of depression defined by the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) or International Classification of Diseases (ICD) criteria was 16·5% (95% CI 13·1–20·3), 14·3% (11·1–17·9) for DSM-defined major depression, and 9·6% (3·6–18·1) for DSM-defined minor depression. Prevalence of adjustment disorder alone was 15·4% (10·1–21·6) and of anxiety disorders 9·8% (6·8–13·2). Prevalence of all types of depression combined was of 24·6% (17·5–32·4), depression or adjustment disorder 24·7% (20·8–28·8), and all types of mood disorder 29·0% (10·1–52·9). We identified 70 studies with 10 071 individuals across 14 countries in oncological and haematological settings. Prevalence of depression by DSM or ICD criteria was 16·3% (13·4–19·5); for DSM-defined major depression it was 14·9% (12·2–17·7) and for DSM-defined minor depression 19·2% (9·1–31·9). Prevalence of adjustment disorder was 19·4% (14·5–24·8), anxiety 10·3% (5·1–17·0), and dysthymia 2·7% (1·7–4·0). Combination diagnoses were common; all types of depression occurred in 20·7% (12·9–29·8) of patients, depression or adjustment disorder in 31·6% (25·0–38·7), and any mood disorder in 38·2% (28·4–48·6). There were few consistent correlates of depression: there was no effect of age, sex, or clinical setting and inadequate data to examine cancer type and illness duration. Interpretation Interview-defined depression and anxiety is less common in patients with cancer than previously thought, although some combination of mood disorders occurs in 30–40% of patients in hospital settings without a significant difference between palliative-care and non-palliative-care settings. Clinicians should remain vigilant for mood complications, not just depression. Funding None.
copEngland
pubElsevier Ltd
pmid21251875
doi10.1016/S1470-2045(11)70002-X