Mood episodes, or extreme shifts in emotion that can last several days, are the key symptom of bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder involves manic, depressive, or hypomanic episodes, but you could have more than one type of mood episode. The specific mood changes you experience depend on whether you have bipolar I, II, or cyclothymia. Mood episodes associated with bipolar disorder do fall into three general categories. If you have bipolar with mixed features, your mood episodes will have mixed symptoms.
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While Episodes of Care can be very complex depending on the condition, Crossover focuses on primary care and our associated services delivered as part of an integrated, comprehensive care model. In a traditional care model , Emily would have most likely dealt with the situation on her own for the first days until the symptoms progressed to the point where she left work early one afternoon and visited an urgent care clinic in her home community. Given the fever, the productive cough, progressive symptoms, pervasive rales with mild wheezing , and a non-definitive but questionable X-ray, the provider chose to prescribe antibiotics, a short course of steroids, and an antitussive for symptomatic relief. A sputum culture was taken and sent off to the lab for confirmatory testing. The patient was told to take days off work and call her primary care physician for a followup. The patient went home with her after care summary, took her medication as prescribed, and generally rested for the next 3 days.
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We tend to think of bipolar disorder as a disease characterized by alternating bouts of depression and mania. While it is true that some people with the disorder will experience a distinctive pendulum swing in moods, with clear highs and lows, more often than not the clinical picture will not be so obvious. In many cases, the depressive episodes may be the defining feature of the disease.
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