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Suicide attempts in patients with acute and transient psychotic disorders in in-patient centers in Latvia 2014-2019
Introduction Acute and transient psychotic disorders (ATPDs) are a group of diagnoses with acute onset and polymorphic psychotic symptoms, divided into 6 subtypes, which may or may not associate with acute stress. Suicide is a serious public health problem, having long-lasting effects on social well-being and economics. The prevalence of suicide attempts (SA) in Latvia remains unknown, several studies are currently in progress. Objectives To determine the prevalence of SA among patients withdoi:10.1192/j.eurpsy.2022.2167 fatcat:utnvgzo3lff2xdocyuffzdlyjq