hospitalization hazard

hospitalization hazard

Any risk to health linked to hospitalization–eg, medication prescribing errors, normal complications of anesthesia or surgery, and others. See July phenomenon.
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Understanding if SUD performance measures are uniquely associated with hospitalization hazard for this subgroup will help inform whether or not increased treatment contact in early treatment phases may help keep these patients in routine (i.e.
Although the ASI can be used to generate composite scores related to domains of interest (e.g., alcohol-related problems), the primary aims of the present study (i.e., to examine the impact of prior suicide attempts on hospitalization hazard while adjusting for a variety of specific psychiatric symptoms, substance use variables and psychosocial characteristics) necessitated the use of individual items instead of these composite measures.
This plot reveals that failing the treatment engagement measure was associated with a higher hospitalization hazard, but only for those with a lifetime history of suicide attempt.

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