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Screening Tools Definitions Signs & Symptoms Treatment
100
What is
-PASS (Perinatal Anxiety Screening Scale)
-PSAS (Postpartum Specific Anxiety Scale)
-GAD-7 (Generalized Anxiety Disorder 7-item Scale)
-Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale
What is an example of a screening tool that can be used for postpartum anxiety?
100
What is PPD?
This diagnosis is a variant of major depressive disorder in which a woman must
1. meet criterial for a major depressive episode and 2. Occur during pregnancy or within 4 weeks of delivery
100
What is insomnia?
This is a prominent symptom in postpartum anxiety and can lead to postpartum psychosis
100
What is sertraline or citalopram?
Name one of the preferred SSRIs in the treatment of PPA
200
What is the PASS (Perinatal Anxiety Screening Scale) and the PSAS (Postpartum Specific Anxiety Scale)?
These two screening tools are specific to postpartum anxiety
200
What is PPA?
In this condition, only 25% of patients that screen positive are treated, and only 2.5% are referred
200
What is PPD?
Decreased interest in activities that were previously enjoyed is a symptom more consistent with PPA or PPD?
200
What is Cognitive Behavior Therapy (CBT)?
What is the first-line treatment for PPA
300
What is severe anxiety?
A score of 93 on the Perinatal Anxiety Screening Scale would indicate?
300
What is PPA?
If this condition is left untreated, it can lead to issues such as: non-compliance of medical care, suicide/infanticide, comorbidity of PPD, and low maternal self-esteem.
300
What is PPA?
Obsessive, intrusive thoughts accompanied by ritual behaviors is more consistent with PPA or PPD?
300
What are benzodiazepines?
What class of medications are not recommended for PPA treatment during pregnancy?




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