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Table 3 Summary of the studies reported depression as co-morbid condition

From: Mental disorders in Bangladesh: a systematic review

Author’s and publication year Year of data collection Setting Place of the study n (sample size) Outcome measures instruments Disease (n) Comorbidity (n)
Karim et al., 2001 [27] 1995-98 Urban F (Hospital) 128 ICD 10 criteria; Multipoint questionnaire Stroke (32) Cancer (50) Depression (15) Depression (27)
Chowdhury et al., 2007 [28] 2007 Urban F (Hospital) 100 DSM-IV criteria; Structured questionnaire Cancer (100) Depression (30)
Ali et al., 2007 [29] 2004-2006 Urban F (Hospital) 415 DSM-IV criteria GHQ-12 Illness (415) Depression (12)
Asghar et al., 2007 [26] 2004 Rural C 952 MADRS Diabetes (184) Depression (55)
Roy et al., 2012 [30] 2010-2011 Urban and suburban F (OPD, clinic) 417 WHO-5 and PHQ- 9 Diabetes (417) Depression (142)
Bhowmik et al., 2012 [32] 2009 Semi urban C 2293 MADRS Diabetes (181) Depression (57)
Rahman et al., 2011 [33] 2009 Urban F (Hospital) 178 CES-D Diabetes (178) Depression (62)
  1. C = Community based study, F = Facility based study, ICD 10 = International Statistical Classification of Diseases and Related Health Problems, DSM- IV = Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorder-4th edition, GHQ 12 = General Health Questionnaire, MADRS = Montgomery and Aasberg Depression Rating Scale, WHO-5 = World Health Organization-5 Well Being Index, PHQ- 9 = Patient Health Questionnaire-9, CES-D = Centre for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale.