Clinical Study

Mechanism Of Antidepressant-Related Dysfunctional Arousal In High-Risk Youth

Posted Date: Jan 14, 2020

  • Investigator: Melissa Delbello
  • Specialties: Bipolar Disorder, Depression, Psychiatry/Psychology
  • Type of Study: Drug

Mechanism of Antidepressant-Related Dysfunctional Arousal in High-Risk Youth is a 16-week double blind, placebo-controlled investigation of escitalopram in adolescents with depression and/or anxiety with a family history of Bipolar Disorder.


Youth, Ages 12 To 17, Who Have A Family History Of Bipolar Disorder, And Are Currently Depressed Or Anxious May Be Eligible To Participate.


Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar

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