According to a study published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, there is an increased risk of developing mental illness after an injury in a life-threatening accident.
A team of researchers at Queen's University in Canada studied 19,000 patients in Ontario, of which 70.7% were males, 82.6% lived in urban areas, and 89% were injured as a result accidental accidentas traffic accidents or crashes,
This study shows that people after injury were injured 40% more be hospitalized "for at least one mental health diagnosis," Dr. Christopher Evans.
These are young people under the age of 18 and men living in rural areas with a low socio-economic status, who have been associated with these surgical procedures. severe injury who have the highest risk of mental illness as a result of their injuries.
mental disorders Participants and participants were mostly related to alcohol or drug abuse and / or depression.
The study also reveals a high level of suicide: in the injured, 70 suicides per 100,000 patients were reported against 11.5 suicide cases per 100,000 patients who failed in life.
It is crucial for authors psychological cells should be introduced for all victims of injuries, with particular emphasis children,