In recent years theres been increased research on late onset bipolar disorder lobd a 2015 report stated that nearly 25 percent of people with bipolar disorder are at least 60 years old most. Bipolar disorder in later life provides a welcome starting point for review of what is known about late life bipolar disorder the editors martha sajatovic and frederic blow are well known for their work in the field of major psychiatric disorders in the elderly and particularly bipolar disorder and its comorbid conditions twenty three contributing authors lend their expertise to 1 of 4 sections of the book epidemiology and assessment treatment complexity and comorbidity and . Bipolar disorder in later life is an exceptionally well written and thorough review of this emerging focus of research both clinicians and academicians will find it to be a necessary and useful work in its own right and we hope that it leads to continued advances in the field. You dont have to be a statistician to figure out where were going with this there are a large number of individuals who are progressing into a later life diagnosis of bipolar disorder once the bipolar disorder group was identified dr sajatovic focused on their drug treatment patterns which contrasted with those of shulman et als findings individuals were stratified into three age groups 30 and younger 31 to 59 and 60 and older she found that 70 of patients who had been
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