Depressive symptoms are related with hemostatic factors in middle-aged women: A report from the Study of Women Health Across the Nation (SWAN)

  • Ruby C Castilla Facultad De Medicina
  • Joyce T Bromberger Facultad De Medicina
  • Yangang Zhang Facultad De Medicina
  • James M Perel Facultad De Medicina
  • Karen A Matthews Facultad De Medicina

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Resumen

Objetive: Depression may be a risk factor for coronary heart disease (CHD) morbidity and mortality, but the mechanims(s) for the association are not established. the present study examined the relationship between one possible mechanism, hemostatic factors, and depressive symptoms in middle-aged women.

[Castlla RC, Bromberger JT, Zhang Y, Perel JM, Matthews KA. Depressive symptoms are related with hemostatic factors in middle-aged women: A report from the Study of Women Health Across the Nation (SWAN). MedUNAB 2004;7:57-64].

Key words: Hemostatic factors, depression, mid-life, women. 

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Ruby C Castilla, Facultad De Medicina
Facultad De Medicina UNAB
Joyce T Bromberger, Facultad De Medicina
Facultad De Medicina UNAB
Yangang Zhang, Facultad De Medicina
Facultad De Medicina UNAB
James M Perel, Facultad De Medicina
Facultad De Medicina UNAB
Karen A Matthews, Facultad De Medicina
Facultad De Medicina UNAB
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Castilla, R. C., Bromberger, J. T., Zhang, Y., Perel, J. M., & Matthews, K. A. (1). Depressive symptoms are related with hemostatic factors in middle-aged women: A report from the Study of Women Health Across the Nation (SWAN). MedUNAB, 7(20), 57-64. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.unab.edu.co/index.php/medunab/article/view/222

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