Suicide Attempters: A Descriptive Study Comparing an Emergency Room Sample and a Medically Admitted Sample
Although studies of completed suicides are abundant, the epidemiologic study by Weissman (1) was the first overview of suicidal attempts published in the English language. A recent review of suicidal behavior in the U.S. by Frederick provides the most recent update on suicidal behavior (2).
KeywordsSuicide Attempt Suicidal Behavior Psychiatric Emergency Sulfate Lithium Isophane Insulin Suspension
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