Study: Screenings for postpartum depression aren't cost-effective

12/24/2009 | MedPage Today (free registration)

A study of 14 screening instruments showed none met cost-effective criteria when used routinely for postpartum depression. A group of Canadian and British researchers said less than half of women with postpartum depression are diagnosed in routine clinical practice, which has prompted calls for formal screening in the primary care setting.

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