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Scientia Psychiatrica
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Scientia Psychiatrica covers the latest developments in various fields of psychiatric : biological psychiatry, neuropsychiatry, child psychiatry, psychiatry of community, psychotherapy, drugs-related mental illness, psychiatry of geriatric, psychosomatics medicine, psychology, cultural psychiatry, military psychiatry, forensic psychiatry, consultation liaison psychiatry and all medicine fields related psychiatry. Genetics, immunology, environmental health, toxicology, bioinformatics and biotechnology as well as multidisciplinary studies. The views of experts on current advances in nanotechnology and molecular/cell biology will be also considered for publication as long as they have a direct clinical impact of psychiatry.
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Multidisciplinary Team Support for Psychological Aspect of Osteosarcoma Amputation in Children: A Case Report Kristianto, Budi; Yunias Setiawati
Scientia Psychiatrica Vol. 2 No. 4 (2021): Scientia Psychiatrica
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/scipsy.v2i4.42


Introduction. Osteosarcoma is the most common primary bone tumor in children. The current management is the surgical method (amputation) and continued chemotherapy. When someone is expected to do this treatment, there will be various possible psychological reactions occur. This amputation condition will affect psychological symptoms both before and after the procedure. Case presentation. A girl, Ms. D, seven years old, first grade of elementary school, planned to be amputated with a diagnosis of right tibia proximal osteosarcoma. The patient is a child the second of 3 siblings. The patient was taken to Dr. Soetomo General Hospital, after checking at the hospital in Ponorogo, then a referral was given for further treatment. Patient is referred because the swelling in the right knee is getting bigger day by day. The patient is being treated and will be planned for surgery with a diagnosis of proximal osteosarcoma right tibia. The patient is consulted by a psychiatrist for assistance considering the patient will be carried out right leg amputation surgery. Conclusion.Chemotherapy with various side effects will also have an effect on the psychological condition of the patient. So there is a need for full involvement multidisciplinary in dealing with pediatric patients with osteosarcoma that will be carried out amputation to obtain optimal therapeutic results.
Insomnia and Depression - Bidirectional Cause and Effect: A Literature Review Febrianto, Yohanes
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/scipsy.v2i4.43


Insomnia is a health problem that is very often experienced by patients and can have an impact on the emergence of psychiatric problems, such as depression. On the other hand, patients with depression may develop insomnia during this phase of the illness. This shows that there is a bi-directional relationship that must be described in order to understand the diagnosis and management of the two cases. Through the review of this article, a theoretical review of the relationship between the two in general and theoretical in order to understand each aspect is presented because the management of the two is closely related to each other.
Risk Factors of Domestic Violence in Pregnancy and its Correlation with Mental Health Disorders Pasaribu, Nadia Khoirunnisa
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/scipsy.v2i4.62


ABSTRACT Domestic violence during pregnancy is a neglected & underreported problem having grave consequences. The world health organization (WHO) defines domestic violence as “the range of sexually, psychologically and physically coercive acts used against adult and adolescent women by current or former male intimate partners”. Physical & verbal abuse during pregnancy is a frequent phenomenon encountered by women of both developed and underdeveloped country, belonging to all cultural communities. There is a strong evidence that domestic violence is related to maternal mental health disorders. The aim of this literature study is to find the best available research evidence on risk factors of domestic violence in pregnancy and its correlation to mental health disorders. To achieve the goal of this study, researcher searched for all studies published between January 2010 until August 2021 using the databases such as google scholar and PubMed. The inclusion criteria were studies that describe risk factors of domestic violence in pregnancy and its correlation with maternal mental health and written in English languange. Condition such as mental retardation, substance abuse and pre-existing mental health problems before were excluded from this study. After a long review of the titles and abstracts of 358 studies, 20 studies were identified for potential inclusion in the review. In the end, a total of 10 trials that fulfil researcher criteria were used in this literature review. The number of participants in each study varied, ranged from 300 to 1000 and the characteristics of the sample are similar. Domestic violence against women and mental disorders amongst pregnant women are extremely prevalent in under-resourced, urban areas and ultimately, have detrimental effects on birth outcomes. Mental health disorders are significantly associated with having experienced domestic violence in pregnancy. High risk population needs to be identified so that preventive strategies can be planned & implemented to stop the violence and improve mental health during pregnancy.
Postpartum Depression: A Literature Review of Screening and Prevention Andrina, Hana
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Pregnancy is a complex and vulnerable period that presents a number of challenges to women, including the development of postpartum psychiatric disorders. These disorders can include postpartum depression and anxiety, which are relatively common, and the rare but more severe postpartum psychosis. In addition, other postpartum psychiatric disorders can include obsessive-compulsive disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder and eating disorders. The etiology of postpartum psychiatric disorders is a complex interaction of psychological, social and biological factors, in addition to genetic and environmental factors. The goals of treating postpartum mental illness are reducing maternal symptoms and supporting maternal-child and family functioning. Women and their families should receive psychoeducation about the illness, including evidence-based discussions about the risks and benefits of each treatment option. In this article, we would like to focus on postpartum depression (PPD). Identifying and treating this problem can reduce the alarming number of suicides among depressed perinatal women and the possible adverse effects of untreated maternal depression on their child’s cognitive and behavioral development. Developing effective strategies in global settings that allow the delivery of targeted therapies to women with different clinical phenotypes and severities of PPDs is essential. In this review, we discuss the latest developments in screening, treatment, and prevention methods.
A Maternal Postpartum Depression Consequences towards Mother-child interaction Outcomes: A systematic review Hanif, Muhammad Bardan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37275/scipsy.v2i4.65


Postpartum depression is a psychiatric disorder that starts from the second to the sixth week after birth. Postpartum depression has been shown to have an association with infant growth, nutrition, bonding, temperament and ultimately childhood mental wellbeing. This paper reviews overall outcomes of untreated maternal postpartum depression towards the mother-child interactions consequences. Systematic review was conducted in the online databases Google Scholar and PubMed using the index terms “postpartum depression” and “maternal outcomes” or “children outcomes”. Total of 10 studies (out of 112 references retrieved from bibliographic databases) were included in this systematic review. The results of the studies were synthetized into mother–child interactions, including bonding, breastfeeding, and the maternal role. The results suggest that postpartum depression creates an environment that is not conducive to the mother-child interaction thus regressing personal development of mothers or the optimal development of a child. It therefore seems important to detect and treat depression during the postnatal period as early as possible to avoid harmful consequences.

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