Suicide and Suicidal Tendency in Primary Care Setting; Review Article

Albaqami, Naif Abdullah Sultan and Khidhran M., Alzahrani, Majed and Hussain, Alanazi, Shahad and Majrashi, Salwa Mohammed and Aldakhil, Shahad Emad and Mesfer, Alshardan, Ali and Hamed A, Alghamdi, Ahmed and Ahmed H., Alzahrani Amjad and Damanhori, Joud Bandar and Alhussain, Sarah Salman and Algaows, Faisal Suliman (2021) Suicide and Suicidal Tendency in Primary Care Setting; Review Article. Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International. pp. 60-73. ISSN 2456-9119

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Suicide is critical public health problem that primary care physicians potentially can help address given that concerned patients frequently visit them in the weeks and months preceding the successful suicide. This article contemplates issues placing the patient at high risk for successful suicide and clinical valuation techniques available to the primary care physician. Patients identified as being at risk of attractive suicidal or those who have a equal of suicidal ideation or behavior judged apposite for management in the primary care setting should be monitored for risk at regular intervals. It is extremely significant to learn about and try to contextualize the patients' emotions that triggered the present crisis. Nurses can make sure that they have a thorough understanding of the present acuity, and all of the precipitating factors, and can exactly and collaboratively communicate with the caregivers and other involved medical teams.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Asian Repository > General Subject > Medical Science
0 Subject > Medical Science
Depositing User: Managing Editor
Date Deposited: 09 Jul 2022 09:47
Last Modified: 09 Jul 2022 09:47

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