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First Manic Attack During COVID-19 Treatment: A Case Report

Clinical Psychopharmacology and Neuroscience 2021년 19권 4호 p.786 ~ 788
Varsak Nalan, Topaloglu Mert, Ozdemir Elif,
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 ( Varsak Nalan ) - Malazgirt State Hospital Department of Psychiatry
 ( Topaloglu Mert ) - Malazgirt State Hospital Department of Emergency
 ( Ozdemir Elif ) - Malazgirt State Hospital Department of Emergency

Abstract


On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization declared that the infection of novel coronavirus identified in Wuhan, China, is a pandemic. Various studies have shown that SARS-CoV-2 infection can trigger psychiatric effects such as anxiety, depression, and bipolar disorder. Here, we reported a case with no significant psychiatric history who experienced first-episode mania during the COVID-19 treatment. On the third day of hospitalization, the patient’s mood was elevated, she thought she can treat other patients with her special power, she was talkative and irritable. Olanzapine 20 mg was started and the patient’s score on the Young Mania Rating Scale decreased on the 17th day. Psychiatric outcomes associated with covid 19 are just emerging and it seems likely to be a potential engagement for psychiatric professionals in the future. More studies are required in terms of the treatment, course, and follow-up of psychiatric sequelae in these patients.

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COVID-19; Mania; Psychiatry

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