Bipolar Disorders: I and II

by Cathy Parkes October 20, 2021 Updated: February 16, 2024

Bipolar I Disorder is characterized by episodes of severe mania and depression. Bipolar II Disorder is marked by episodes of hypomania (less severe than true mania) and depression.

Bipolar I Disorder is characterized by episodes of severe mania and depression.

Bipolar II Disorder is marked by episodes of hypomania (less severe than true mania) and depression.


Leave a comment

Comments will be approved before showing up.


Related Posts

The "quality" of a patient's pain refers to the words the patient uses to describe it. Examples would be "dull," "aching," "throbbing," "burning," etc.

"Quality" of Pain

The "quality" of a patient's pain refers to the words the patient uses to describe it. Examples would be "dull," "aching," "throbbing," "burning," etc.
Read More
Dermatophytosis is a fungi spread through human and animal contact, including tinea capitis (head) and tinea pedis (athlete's foot)

Dermatophytosis

Dermatophytosis is a fungi spread through human and animal contact, including tinea capitis (head) and tinea pedis (athlete's foot).
Read More
Restraints should be applied to a portion of the bed frame which moves up and down with the bed, but cannot move on its own (i.e., not the side rail).

Restraints

Restraints should be applied to a portion of the bed frame which moves up and down with the bed, but cannot move on its own (i.e., not the side rail).
Read More