Risk Factors of Major Depressive Disorder in Parkinson’s Disease

Authors

  • Mohammad Ibrahim Khalil Assistant Professor, Dept. of Neurology Block-12, SHSMCH, Dhaka
  • Md Ridwanur Rahman Dept. of Medicine, SHSMCH, Dhaka
  • Serajoom Munira Consultant, SHSMCH, Dhaka
  • Mohmood uz Jahan Consultant, Dept. of Radiology, SHSMCH, Dhaka

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.3329/bmrcb.v44i1.36799

Keywords:

Risk factor, Parkinson’s disease, Depressive disorder

Abstract

Depression in idiopathic Parkinson’s disease is highly prevalent that can significantly impair the quality of life. Its exact mechanism of development is still poorly understood. It is well studied in western population but data from Asia especially in the South Asian region is limited. Considering this, to identify the potential risk factors of depression,a cross-sectional study was conducted among Parkinson’s disease patients attending a tertiary care hospital in Bangladesh between July 2013-June 2014, in the Department of Neurology, ShaheedSuhrawardy Medical College and Hospital in Dhaka, Bangladesh. One hundred thirtyseven cases of Parkinson’s disease were enrolled, based on UK Parkinson's Disease Society Brain Bank criteria. Brain MRI was done in all cases, and patients with aphasia, significant cognitive deficits, secondary Parkinsonism were excluded. The overall prevalence of depression in the study population was 42%. There were no significant differences in gender, residence, education, smoking and marital status. In univariate analysis, age≥70 years, un-employed, right side predominantly involved, disease duration ≥5 years, sleep disturbance, postural instability, dose of levodopa ≥500 mg/day, Hoehn and Yahrstage ≥III and moderate to severe disability were significantly associated with depressive disorder. Whereas in multivariate linear stepwise regression model, age ≥70 years), p=0.044), right side predominant involvement (p<0.001); sleep disturbance (p=0.006) and dose of levodopa ≥500 mg/day (p<0.001) were the major risk factors for depressive disorder. A significant proportion of Parkinson’s disease patients suffer from depression. It was identified that depression in Parkinson’s disease was significantly associated with advancing age, predominate right side involvement, sleep disturbance and higher daily dose of levodopa.

Bangladesh Med Res Counc Bull 2018; 44(1):9-14

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.
Abstract
915
PDF
828 ONLINE VIEW
782

Author Biography

Mohammad Ibrahim Khalil, Assistant Professor, Dept. of Neurology Block-12, SHSMCH, Dhaka



Published

2018-06-06

How to Cite

Khalil, M. I., Rahman, M. R., Munira, S., & Jahan, M. uz. (2018). Risk Factors of Major Depressive Disorder in Parkinson’s Disease. Bangladesh Medical Research Council Bulletin, 44(1), 9–14. https://doi.org/10.3329/bmrcb.v44i1.36799

Issue

Section

Research Papers