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  • A case of complex suicide due to acute nicotine intoxication caused by cigarette ingestion. [Journal Article]
    Int J Legal Med 2019Yamamoto H, Takayasu T, … Kondo T
  • This paper presents an unusual complex suicide case that died of nicotine addiction. The deceased was a 40-year-old male who was found lying dead on the floor in his room. In external findings, many incision wounds on his forearms and skin discoloration with epidermolysis on his cervical region could be seen. In the room, a blood-stained scissors and electric cord hanged on the exercise bike were…
  • Social dysfunction in mood disorders and schizophrenia: Clinical modulators in four independent samples. [Journal Article]
    Prog Neuropsychopharmacol Biol Psychiatry 2019; :109835Porcelli S, Kasper S, … Serretti A
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our results demonstrated that a significant percentage of patients affected by both mood disorders and schizophrenia shows relevant social dysfunction. Social dysfunction is related, but not completely explained by psychopathological severity. In several patients, it tends to persist also during remission state. Socio-demographic and lifestyle factors were also found to play a role and should therefore be taken into consideration in further studies investigating social dysfunction.
  • Bladder Cancer: Depression, Anxiety, and Suicidality Among the Highest-risk Oncology Patients. [Review]
    Eur Urol Focus 2019Vartolomei L, Vartolomei MD, Shariat SF
  • There is a growing interest among clinicians regarding quality of life and psychological well-being of patients with bladder cancer. Recent evidence suggests that some patients might be at risk of suicide, and suffer from pre- and post-treatment depression and anxiety. In future, we should focus on attempting to identify patients who might be affected and might need specialized interventions. Fur…
  • Self-harm presentations in emergency departments: staff attitudes and triage. [Journal Article]
    Br J Nurs 2019; 28(22):1468-1476Masuku S
  • Addressing the rising incidence of self-harm and the demand this places on emergency departments (EDs) are UK Government healthcare priorities. A history of self-harm is linked with suicide risk, so self-harm is a public health issue. The ED is the first point of contact for many people who self-harm so it plays a pivotal role in access to services. Research has highlighted difficulties around tr…
  • [Tracing trace elements in mental functions]. [Review]
    Ideggyogy Sz 2019; 72(11-12):367-379Janka Z
  • Trace elements are found in the living organism in small (trace) amounts and are mainly essential for living functions. Essential trace elements are in humans the chromium (Cr), cobalt (Co), copper (Cu), fluorine (F), iodine (I), iron (Fe), manganese (Mn), molybdenum (Mo), selenium (Se), zinc (Zn), and questionably the boron (B) and vanadium (V). According to the biopsychosocial concept, mental f…
  • Association of Suicide and Other Mortality With Emergency Department Presentation. [Journal Article]
    JAMA Netw Open 2019; 2(12):e1917571Goldman-Mellor S, Olfson M, … Schoenbaum M
  • CONCLUSIONS: These findings suggest that ED patients with deliberate self-harm or suicidal ideation are associated with substantially increased risk of suicide and other mortality during the year after ED presentation. The process of planning for ED discharge may present opportunities to help ensure safe transitions to continuing outpatient mental health care and to consider broader risk for unintentional injury and other causes of premature mortality.
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