Sana Javed

Sana Javed

Doctor of Medicine
PGY1 Psychiatry Resident at Brookdale University Hospital and Medical Center

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Publications (56)
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Esketamine, which is an S-enantiomer of ketamine, is better than conventional antidepressants and even better than R-ketamine. This article discusses the mechanism of action of Esketamine, how different it is from other antidepressants, its side effect profile, indications for use, various routes of administration and the review of existing literat...
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Background Preliminary data suggest that patients with COVID-19 may experience psychiatric symptoms, including psychosis. We systematically reviewed the literature to evaluate the concurrence of new-onset psychosis or exacerbation of clinically stable psychosis through case reports and case series. Methods Six databases were searched, followed by...
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Lithium is among the mainstays of treatment for bipolar disorder. Bariatric surgery can considerably change the oral bioavailability of drugs, particularly lithium. In this review, a 36-year-old male patient is described, who presented with lithium toxicity, including neurologic and gastric symptoms after undergoing Roux-en-Y gastric bypass. The me...
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Electronic cigarettes have grown in popularity due to natural curiosity, novel flavors, and advertising as both a means to aid smoking cessation and a "safe" smoking option. There is a substantial body of research on the harmful physical health effects of vaping, but there are relatively few studies on its mental health effects, particularly in ado...
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Patients with neurocysticercosis, a common infection of the central nervous system caused by Taenia solium, have been reported to develop neuropsychiatric complications. We report a unique case of recurrent psychosis caused by neurocysticercosis in a 37-year-old El Salvador immigrant woman and discuss the underlying pathophysiological mechanisms of...
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In consequence of lockdown and social isolation during COVID-19 pandemic, everyday tasks, communications, and interactions were disrupted, and the online mode remained the only way for daily activities. Many turned to the internet, social networks, online dating for companionship, and online gaming and streaming for entertainment. Therefore, online...
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Continuing clozapine is related to better occupational activity, independent living, and a low rate of hospitalization and relapse, as well as good outcomes in suicidal individuals. According to several side effects that are confusing in time of pandemic and increasing risk of COVID-19, the prescription and discontinuation of clozapine is a dilemma...
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Social media plays an omnipresent role in our modern lives, influencing every aspect of it, mental health being one of them. There has been increased focus on social media in recent times, especially its role in the ongoing coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. With various forms of social media, we hope to review the impact of various onli...
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Numerous conflict zones are located in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC). Exposure to wars, forced displacement, gender-based violence, and financial instability, can all contribute towards a negative impact on the mental as well as physical health of individuals living in these fragile and conflict-affected settings. Internally Displaced Per...
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Despite several reports of the neuropsychiatric effects of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in older adults, only a few cases of COVID-related psychosis have been reported in young patients. This case-based review compares the clinical presentations of 2 previously published cases of adolescent patients who developed psychosis in the context of...
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Increased levels of air pollution increase the likelihood of despair, anxiety, substance misuse, and, in the worst-case scenario, suicide. The link between air pollution, mental illness, and suicide is a relatively new issue. Nonetheless, most researchers have found a link between seasonal variations, solar exposure, sex, and socioeconomic position...
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Increased levels of air pollution increase the likelihood of despair, anxiety, substance misuse, and, in the worst-case scenario, suicide. The link between air pollution, mental illness, and suicide is a relatively new issue. Nonetheless, most researchers have found a link between seasonal variations, solar exposure, sex, and socioeconomic position...
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Abstract Introduction: The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating worldwide effect on mental health. Recent studies correlate the spreading of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) with symptoms of depression, most prominent in postpartum women. Our systematic literature review scope is to identify the risk factors and predi...
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Background When COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic in March 2020, almost all countries implemented strict lockdowns and home quarantine orders in order to prevent spread of the virus. These implementations have severely affected the mental health of people all around the world especially the elderly, who are already physically and mentally fra...
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Introduction The COVID-19 pandemic has had a devastating worldwide effect on mental health. Recent studies correlate the spreading of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) with symptoms of depression, most prominent in postpartum women. Our systematic literature review scope is to identify the risk factors and predictors for...
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Background: Circumventricular organs (CVOs) are unique areas of brain outside the blood-brain barrier (BBB) bordering the third and fourth ventricle. Covid-19 may cross the BBB through CVOs infecting the brain, culminating in the secretion of cytokines. Pathogenesis of depression has been linked to proinflammatory cytokines like IL- 6. Our objectiv...
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The poster is on symptoms of Autonomic instability among Anti-n-methyl-d-aspartate-receptor encephalitis patients.
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Objectives Major Depressive disorder (MDD) is a leading cause of global morbidity with a chronic and disabling course. In Pakistan, MDD has an estimated prevalence of about 35.8% in the children and adolescent population. The main objective is to formulate recommendations that can help in providing standardized care in the context of Pakistan. We...
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Objectives Bipolar disorder is a common psychiatric disorder, and its prevalence significantly increased from 2.9% to 6.7% in the ages 14-18 years. Due to differences in contextual factors along with limited resources, it is imperative to have practice guidelines that are more pertinent and personalized for Pakistan. In these recommendations, we p...
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Objectives This article reviews and summarizes the evidence for the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the psychological health of children and adolescents with autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Methods The topic of this review was searched in the databases PubMed, ScienceDirect, Web of Science, and Google Scholar. Reference lists in relevant pape...
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Parenting styles have a significant role in behavioral development in children. Based on parental warmth and parental control, four different styles of parenting have been identified: authoritarian (strictness without warmth), authoritative (warmth and strictness), permissive (warmth without strictness), and uninvolved (neither warmth nor strictnes...
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Objectives: Peripartum depression (PPD) has a prevalence of 10% to 15%, with 25% to 50% having persistent symptoms (>6 months). PPD may lead to PTSD, suicidal behaviors, increased fear of childbirth, heightened risk of birth and congenital anomalies, and poor parent-child/peer relationships. This systematic review explored the association between P...
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Lithium is a common mood-stabilizing drug for manic patients. We describe a case of sinoatrial node dysfunction in a patient with serum lithium levels within the therapeutic range. Given the symptomology and severity of the patient’s illness, after placing a permanent pacemaker, the patient was discharged on the preadmission dose of lithium.
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Bipolar and schizoaffective disorders are both psychiatric illnesses that share common traits, but also significant differences. Due to the close overlap in symptoms, obtaining the correct diagnosis can be difficult. The management of these patients often poses a challenge to clinicians. Five years ago, our patient was misdiagnosed with bipolar dis...
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POSTER PRESENTED IN NDS 2021 Authors: Vikash Jaiswal, Samir Ruxmohan, Namrata Hange,Upasana Maskey, Prakriti Singh, Sneha Gupta, Dattatreya Mukherjee, Sana Javed
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The purpose of this review is to examine and highlight the link between acculturation, mental health, and treatment effect.
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Background: Dementia, a significant cause of disability and dependency among older adults. The growing population of the elderly in the Philippines is expected to increase the prevalence of dementia in the country. Purpose: This study aims to determine the prevalence of dementia in the elderly population of Barangay Bangkal, Makati City. Methods: D...

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1. Spirituality and Mental Health 2. Cultural Psychiatry 3. Sleep and sleep-related disorders in elderly: an overview of psychosocial factors
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To do extensive literature review on: 1. Suicide-childhood sexual abuse 2. Suicide-loneliness 3. Suicide-air pollution 4. Suicide-transgender population 5. Altruistic suicide-Covid19