HPT axis, CSF monoamine metabolites, suicide intent and depression severity in male suicide attempters
. J Affect Disord.
Major repeaters (individuals with >5 lifetime suicide attempts) represent approximately 10% of all suicide attempters
(Barnes, 1986; Bille-Brahe et al., 1996; Kreitman and Casey, 1988).
The study on suicide attempters
in Portuguese public hospital refers to depression, suicidal ideation and intention, onset of major depression, namely, hopelessness, pessimism, interpersonal relations, and life events as the influential factors in suicide.
The sex-age composition of the HV group corresponded to the composition of suicide attempters
in the given population (Rozanov, Zakharov, Zhuzhulenko, & Krivda, 2009).
Effectiveness of brief intervention and contact for suicide attempters
: A randomized controlled trial in five countries.
Here, suicide attempts directly affect future utility via health costs and income, either because the attempt elicits direct income transfers or because it results in care that enables the attempter
to improve his or her own life, productivity, and earnings.
Out of 100 suicide attempters
, 35 were males and 65 were females.
In literature, it has been reported that 30%-60% of suicide attempters
have attempted suicide earlier too (20).
Pregnant suicide attempters
may have been admitted to other hospitals, may have been seen by general practitioners or may not have sought or been taken for medical treatment.
When such studies are performed, resultant comparisons are between extremely small and large groups of individuals (suicide completers versus non--suicide completers, or suicide attempters
versus non--suicide attempters
To explore race and gender differences across subtypes of suicide attempters
. Methods Data were combined from five nationally representative cohorts of the US Youth Risk Behavior Surveillance System (YRBSS).
An exploratory study of the relationship between diverse life events and personality disorders in a sample of suicide attempters
. Journal of Personality Disorders, 24(6), 773-784.