New smartphone app created for people with Bipolar Disorder

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New smartphone app created for people with Bipolar Disorder

Pharmacy Services at South West London and St George's Mental Health NHS Trust have developed a new app that will help with the safe prescribing, administering and monitoring of lithium - a drug most commonly used as a treatment for bipolar disorder. For it to be effective it has to be closely monitored and the team behind the app are hoping it will do just that. Carl Holvey and Dee Evans from the trust joined Stefan Levy with the details.

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