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Beck Depression Inventory for Primary Care

Aka: Beck Depression Inventory for Primary Care
  1. See Also
    1. Beck Depression Inventory
  2. Indications
    1. Depression screening for age 14 years old and over
      1. Consider Children's Depression Inventory instead for age 7 years old and older
  3. Questions: Each answered on scale of 0-absent to 3-severe
    1. Sadness
    2. Pessimism
    3. Past Failure
    4. Self-dislike
    5. Self-criticalness
    6. Suicidal thoughts or wishes
    7. Loss of interest
  4. Interpretation (based on sum of the 7 questions above, each with a score of 0-3; maximum 21)
    1. Score 0 to 3: Minimal depression symptoms
    2. Score 4 to 6: Mild depression symptoms
    3. Score 7 to 9: Moderate depression symptoms
    4. Score 10-21: Severe depression symptoms
  5. References
    1. Beck (1961) Arch Gen Psyciatry 4:561-71 [PubMed]

Beck depression inventory (C0451022)

Definition (NCI) A twenty-one question survey completed by a patient, with each answer scored on a scale of 0 to 3, designed to measure presence of depression.
Concepts Intellectual Product (T170)
SnomedCT 273306008
English BDI - Beck depression invent, BDI, beck depression inventory, becks depression inventory, bdi, BDI - Beck depression inventory, Beck depression inventory (assessment scale), Beck Depression Inventory, Beck depression inventory
Spanish inventario de depresión de Beck (escala de evaluación), inventario de depresión de Beck
Sources
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)


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