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Measurement Characteristics and Clinical Utility of the Cardiac Depression Scale Among Adults With Cardiac Disease

      Depression is common in adult patients with cardiac disease, with approximately 1 in 3 individuals who survive an acute myocardial infarction having some form of depression.1 Cardiac patients with depression are less likely to acknowledge their condition and have decreased motivation to follow recommended treatments, negatively affecting their recovery and overall quality of life.1
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