Prevalence of and Factors Associated With Major Depression in Patients With Upper Extremity Conditions Kamilcan Oflazoglu*, Jos J. Mellema, Mariano E. Menendez, Chaitanya S. Mudgal, David Ring, Neal C. Chen



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Prevalence of and Factors Associated With Major Depression in Patients With Upper Extremity Conditions
Kamilcan Oflazoglu*, Jos J. Mellema, Mariano E. Menendez, Chaitanya S. Mudgal, David Ring, Neal C. Chen

*presenter if accepted


Purpose: To determine the prevalence of an estimated diagnosis of major depression in patients

with upper extremity conditions and factors that help identify patients who might benefit from

psychological treatment.

Methods: In this observational cross-sectional study, 190 patients completed questionnaires

measuring symptoms of depression with the Patient Health Questionnaire, upper extremity

disability with the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System Upper Extremity, pain interference with the Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information

System Pain Interference, and health anxiety with the Short Health Anxiety Inventory.



Results: The estimated prevalence of an estimated diagnosis of major depression (Patient Health

Questionnaire 910) among this group of patients was 12%. Having multiple pain conditions, a

history of depression, and greater limitation from pain for daily activities were independently

associated with an estimated diagnosis of major depression.



Conclusions: The finding that 1 in 8 patients presenting to a hand surgeon have untreated or

undertreated symptoms of depression sufficient to qualify for an estimated diagnosis of major

depression emphasizes the importance of assessing for depression at all levels of care.

Contact person name and information

Kamil Oflazoglu

E-mail address: koflazoglu@mgh.harvard.edu

Telephone number: +1 857-294-8191



KÀMILCAN OFLAZOĞLU

CURRICULUM VITAE
Personal Information

Name: Kàmilcan (Kamil) Oflazoğlu

Date of birth: November 14th, 1989

Place of birth: Hengelo, The Netherlands

Sex: Male

Marital status: Single

Nationality: Dutch
Address: 54 Clarendon Street Boston, MA 02446

Phone number: +1 857-294-8191; +31 6 133 858 18
Mailing address: koflazoglu@mgh.harvard.edu;
k.oflazoglu@gmail.com

Education

2008 – 2016: Medicine at the University of Groningen

2002 - 2008: Pre-university education; Gymnasium at Lyceum de Grundel, Hengelo, Netherlands

Profile: Science and Health

Classes: Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Biology, Dutch, English, French, Latin, Cultural-artistical education
Courses & activities

2016 – 2017 - 2 full-time days Harvard Catalyst: Leadership Strategies for the Researcher

- 35 week online course Harvard Catalyst: Certificate in applied Biostatistics

2015 – 2016 - 8 week online course Stanford University: Writing in the Sciences

2014 – 2015 - 4 week course: Good Clinical Practice in Research at an Academic Research Institution at MGH in Boston.
- 9 week online statistics course Stanford University: Statistics in Medicine

2014 - Member of the Student board of the Master of Medicine, Enschede

Research Experience

2016 – Present Research fellow bij Handchirurgie, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH)

Ongoing projects:

- Oflazoglu K, Rakhorst H. Multidisciplinary treatment of complicated lower leg fractures in the Netherlands.

- Oflazoglu K, Wilkens SC, Ring D, Chen NC. Factors Associated with Revision Surgery after Operative Treatment of the Proximal Interphalangeal Joint

- Oflazoglu K, Leeuwen WF van, Rakhorst H, Ring D, Chen NC. A threshold QuickDASH score for estimating a diagnosis of clinical depression in patients with fingertip injuries: a multicenter study.

- Redcap partnership with the Dutch Plastic Surgery Society

Clinical Experience

2014 – 2015 3rd master year;

- 14 weeks senior internship Plastic, reconstructive and hand surgery, Erasmus Medisch Centrum in Rotterdam

- 6 weeks senior internship Plastic, reconstructive and hand surgery, Medisch Spectrum Twente (MST) te Enschede

- 5 months scientific internship / start PhD research at the Hand and Upper Extremity service, Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) in Boston/Harvard Medical School

2013 – 2014 2nd master year


- Internship at MST in Enschede

- 8 weeks internship Public health, Hacettepe Universiteit in Ankara, Turkey

2012 – 2013 1st master year
- Internship at Universitary Medical Center Groningen

Teaching Experience

2011 – 2012: Teaching Anatomy class at medicine and human movement sciences students as an student assistant

2011 - 8 weeks First aid teacher middle school students

2010 - Extracurricular project Anatomy: Working on example specimen abdominal blood supply and teaching anatomy class

2009 - Extracurricular project Anatomy: Working on example specimen blood supply of the knee and teaching anatomy class

2008 - Voluntarily tutoring middle school and high school students in different classes at the Turkish Democratic Association Hengelo.

1998 - 2015 I played basketball, several years as captain on a semi-high level. I also have a degree in refereeing basketball games at the same level.



Publications

2015 - Moradi A, Mellema JJ, Oflazoglu K, Isakov A, Ring D, Vranceanu A. The Relationship Between Catastrophic Thinking and Hand Diagram Areas. J Hand Surgery-Am

2016 - Oflazoglu K, Mellema JJ, Menendez ME, Mudgal CS, Ring D, Chen NC. Prevalence of and Factors Associated with Major Depression in Patients with Upper Extremity Conditions. J Hand Surgery-Am. MGH Graduate student Artikel van de maand Juli 2017

- Van Leeuwen WF, Oflazoglu K, Menendez ME, Ring D. Negative ulnar variance and Kienböck disease. J Hand Surgery-Am

- Oflazoglu K, Menendez ME, Ring D, O'Brien TM, Archibald JD. Axillary Artery Injury Associated with Subpectoral Biceps Tenodesis: A Case Report. J Shoulder & Elbow Surgery

- Oflazoglu K, Koenrades N, Somford MP, vd Bekerom MPJ. Recognizing the elbow prosthesis on conventional radiographs. Strat Trauma Limb Reconstruction



- Oflazoglu K, Moradi A, Braun Y, Ring D, Chen NC, Eberlin KR. Mallet fractures of the thumb compared to mallet fractures of the fingers. Hand

- Moradi A, Braun Y, Oflazoglu K, Meijs T, Chen NC, Ring D. Factors associated with subluxation in mallet fracture. J Hand Surgery-Eu



Presentations

2016 Dutch Plastic Reconstructive hand Hand Surgery Conference, Multidisciplinary treatment of complicated lower leg fractures in the Netherlands



Third Annual Jesse B. Jupiter International Hand Forum, Harvard Medical School in Boston: Mallet fractures of the thumb compared to mallet fractures of the fingers

2015 Second Annual Jesse B. Jupiter International Hand Forum, Harvard Medical School in Boston: Acute Thumb Ulnar Collateral Ligament Injury: Variation in Surgery



Grants

2016 VSB Dutch national cultural grant: €7000,-


“A threshold QuickDASH score for estimating a diagnosis of clinical depression in patients with fingertip injuries” at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, USA

Hobbies Languages

Sports: - Dutch; native

- Basketball - English; fluent

- Football (soccer) - Turkish; fluent

- Volleyball - French; basic

Musical instruments: - Arabic; basic

- Guitar


- Piano
References

NC. Chen; Orthopaedic hand surgeon Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, USA
nchen1@partners.org


D. Ring, MD PhD; Orthopaedic hand surgeon University of Texas, Austin, USA
david.ring@austin.utexas.edu


H. Rakhorst, MD PhD; Plastic, reconstructive and hand surgeon at the Medical Center of Enschede
H.Rakhorst@mst.nl


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