Potential effects of "social" distancing measures and school lockdown on child and adolescent mental health

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Clemens , V , Deschamps , P , Fegert , J M , Anagnostopoulos , D , Bailey , S , Doyle , M , Eliez , S , Hansen , A S , Hebebrand , J , Hillegers , M , Jacobs , B , Karwautz , A , Kiss , E , Kotsis , K , Kumperscak , H G , Pejovic-Milovancevic , M , Christensen , A M R , Raynaud , J-P , Westerinen , H & Visnapuu-Bernadt , P 2020 , ' Potential effects of "social" distancing measures and school lockdown on child and adolescent mental health ' , European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry , vol. 29 , no. 6 , pp. 739-742 . https://doi.org/10.1007/s00787-020-01549-w

Title: Potential effects of "social" distancing measures and school lockdown on child and adolescent mental health
Author: Clemens, Vera; Deschamps, Peter; Fegert, Jörg M.; Anagnostopoulos, Dimitris; Bailey, Sue; Doyle, Maeve; Eliez, Stephan; Hansen, Anna Sofie; Hebebrand, Johannes; Hillegers, Manon; Jacobs, Brian; Karwautz, Andreas; Kiss, Eniko; Kotsis, Konstantinos; Kumperscak, Hojka Gregoric; Pejovic-Milovancevic, Milica; Christensen, Anne Marie Råberg; Raynaud, Jean-Philippe; Westerinen, Hannu; Visnapuu-Bernadt, Piret
Contributor organization: HYKS erva
Kymsote – Social and Health Services in Kymenlaakso
Date: 2020-06
Language: eng
Number of pages: 4
Belongs to series: European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry
ISSN: 1018-8827
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/s00787-020-01549-w
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10138/345717
Abstract: Age-related metabolic and renal changes predispose older people to an increased risk of diabetes mellitus and diabetic kidney disease, respectively. As the prevalence of the ageing population is increasing, because of increased life expectancy, the prevalence of older people with diabetic kidney disease is likely to increase. Diabetic kidney disease is associated with an increased risk of adverse outcomes and increased costs to healthcare systems. The management includes promotion of a healthy lifestyle and control of cardiovascular risk factors such as hyperglycaemia, hypertension and dyslipidaemia. Older people are a heterogeneous group of people from a community-living fit and independent person to a fully dependent individual residing in a care home. Therefore, management in this age group should be based on a patient's functional level adopting tight metabolic control in the fit individual and relaxed targets in the frail person. However, despite the maximum available therapy, a significant number of patients with diabetic kidney disease still progress to renal failure and experience adverse cardiac outcomes. Therefore, future research is required to explore methods of early detection of diabetic kidney disease and to investigate novel therapeutic interventions to further improve the outcomes.Age-related metabolic and renal changes predispose older people to an increased risk of diabetes mellitus and diabetic kidney disease, respectively. As the prevalence of the ageing population is increasing, because of increased life expectancy, the prevalence of older people with diabetic kidney disease is likely to increase. Diabetic kidney disease is associated with an increased risk of adverse outcomes and increased costs to healthcare systems. The management includes promotion of a healthy lifestyle and control of cardiovascular risk factors such as hyperglycaemia, hypertension and dyslipidaemia. Older people are a heterogeneous group of people from a community-living fit and independent person to a fully dependent individual residing in a care home. Therefore, management in this age group should be based on a patient's functional level adopting tight metabolic control in the fit individual and relaxed targets in the frail person. However, despite the maximum available therapy, a significant number of patients with diabetic kidney disease still progress to renal failure and experience adverse cardiac outcomes. Therefore, future research is required to explore methods of early detection of diabetic kidney disease and to investigate novel therapeutic interventions to further improve the outcomes.Age-related metabolic and renal changes predispose older people to an increased risk of diabetes mellitus and diabetic kidney disease, respectively. As the prevalence of the ageing population is increasing, because of increased life expectancy, the prevalence of older people with diabetic kidney disease is likely to increase. Diabetic kidney disease is associated with an increased risk of adverse outcomes and increased costs to healthcare systems. The management includes promotion of a healthy lifestyle and control of cardiovascular risk factors such as hyperglycaemia, hypertension and dyslipidaemia. Older people are a heterogeneous group of people from a community-living fit and independent person to a fully dependent individual residing in a care home. Therefore, management in this age group should be based on a patient's functional level adopting tight metabolic control in the fit individual and relaxed targets in the frail person. However, despite the maximum available therapy, a significant number of patients with diabetic kidney disease still progress to renal failure and experience adverse cardiac outcomes. Therefore, future research is required to explore methods of early detection of diabetic kidney disease and to investigate novel therapeutic interventions to further improve the outcomes.
Subject: 515 Psychology
3123 Gynaecology and paediatrics
3124 Neurology and psychiatry
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