According to a study published in the Journal of Canadian Medical Association, there is a greater risk of developing mental illness after being injured in a life-threatening accident.
A research team from Queen's University in Canada worked on 19,000 patients in the state of Ontario, of whom 70.7% lived in urban areas, 82.6% lived in urban areas and had a 39 were injured. accidental accidentas car accidents or falls.
This study shows that people were injured after an accident. 40% more Christopher Evans is about to be hospitalized for an at least one mental health diagnosis Christ.
These are young people under the age of 18 and people living in rural areas with low socioeconomic status and who undergo surgical interventions associated with these conditions. severe injuries Who has the highest risk of developing mental illnesses due to injuries.
mental disorders Participants and participants were mostly associated with alcohol or drug use and / or depression.
The study also revealed a high rate of suicide: among 100,000 patients who had committed 70 suicides per 100,000 patients, 11.5 were wounded in suicide.
For Authors, psychological cells For all victims of life injuries, in particular children.