Analysis of Influencing Factors of Medication Compliance in Discharged Depressive Patients and Recurrence Situation

To strengthen the publicity of taking medicine per the doctor's advice and focus on improving the family environment and the quality of medical treatment are the keys to improving the discharged medication compliance in depressive patients

2016

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  • To strengthen the publicity of taking medicine per the doctor's advice and focus on improving the family environment and the quality of medical treatment are the keys to improving the discharged medication compliance in depressive patients
  • The depressive patients are often subject to a repeated recurrence and the recurrence rate is high
  • It is very important in the treatment of depression to consolidate the treatment effect and prevent the recurrence through the medication treatment
  • The survey data of 120 cases of discharged patients were analyzed to discuss the influence of medication compliance on the recurrence of the depression
  • The Questionnaire for Discharged Medication Compliance in Depressive Patients was prepared to investigate the selected patients of 135 cases discharged from our hospital and their family members from March 1, 2015 to August 1, 2015
  • The medication compliance issues often become the key factors affecting the recurrence of depressive disorders, so the key factors of preventing the recurrence of depressive disorders are to improve the treatment adherence of antidepressant drugs
  • This indicates that, as to the treatment of depressive disorders, it is required to improve and guarantee the medical level, and pay attention to and publicize the importance of the patients to takepublicize the importance of the patients to take the medications following the doctor’s advice, repeatedly tell the patient’s families the importance of the family and social supports, and help to improve the mental adaptive ability of the patients so as to let them to return to and adapt to the society soon

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