HCP videos

Dr Fisher discusses how to identify patients with PBA in your practice

PBA is a specific condition, distinct from other types of emotional lability that may occur in patients with neurologic disease or injury.

 

Prevalence of PBA in your practice
Prevalence of PBA in your practice (0:58)
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The importance of screening for PBA
The importance of screening for PBA (1:59)
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Why don’t you see PBA in your clinic?
Why you may not see PBA episodes in your clinic (0:40)
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Nurse Practitioner Cathy Yaggi helps uncover PBA

Uncovering PBA
Uncovering PBA (0:36)
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PBA vs Depression
PBA vs depression (0:33)
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Symptoms and impact of PBA
Symptoms and impact of PBA (1:01)
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NUEDEXTA pharmacology

NUEDEXTA Pharmacology
Watch the pharmacology of NUEDEXTA (2:35)
The exact mechanism by which NUEDEXTA exerts its therapeutic effects in patients with PBA is unknown.1
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These videos are based on the information reported by the healthcare provider and are not intended to be a complete representation of the provider’s experience with pseudobulbar affect (PBA).

Patient videos

PBA following Stroke

Living with PBA Before treatment
Discussing PBA (Stroke LTC)
Discussing PBA (Stroke LTC) (0:23)
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After treatment with NUEDEXTA
Discussing PBA after treatment (Stroke LTC)
Discussing PBA After Treatment (Stroke LTC) (2:12)
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PBA following TBI

Living with PBA Before treatment
Patient with PBA (TBI)
Patient with PBA (TBI) (0:59)
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Living with PBA Before treatment
Spouse discussing PBA (TBI)
Spouse Discussing PBA (TBI) (0:45)
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After treatment with NUEDEXTA
Spouse discussing PBA (TBI)
Patient with PBA (TBI) (2:54)
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After treatment with NUEDEXTA
Spouse Discussing PBA
Spouse Discussing PBA (TBI) (2:16)
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PBA following MS

Discussing PBA
Discussing PBA after treatment (Stroke LTC)
Barriers to identifying PBA (MS) (0:30)
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NUEDEXTA® is approved for the treatment of pseudobulbar affect (PBA). PBA occurs secondary to a variety of otherwise unrelated neurologic conditions, and is characterized by involuntary, sudden, and frequent episodes of laughing and/or crying. PBA episodes typically occur out of proportion or incongruent with the underlying emotional state. PBA is a specific condition, distinct from other types of emotional lability that may occur in patients with neurologic disease or injury.

Information presented here represents a specific case; individual results may vary.

These videos are based on the information reported by the patient's healthcare provider and are not intended to be a complete representation of the patient's medical history. PBA can only be diagnosed upon evaluation by a healthcare provider.