Important to identify and treat major depressive disorder in patients with coronary heart disease


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Abstract

Major depressive disorder is common in patients with coronary heart disease, and is associated with increased mortality. Furthermore, major depressive disorder is a risk factor for developing coronary heart disease. Although it is unclear whether treatment of depression improves cardiac outcomes, treating depression is important to increase health-related quality of life.

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