Examining the role of extracorporeal membrane oxygenation in patients following suspected or confirmed suicide attempts: a case series - Abbasi A, Devers C, Muratore CS, Harrington C, Ventetuolo CE.

The decision to offer extracorporeal membrane oxygenation (ECMO) is based on a risk/benefit assessment and the likelihood of a treatable underlying condition or the feasibility of destination therapy (durable mechanical support or thoracic organ transplant...
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After the Germanwings flight 4U9525, mental health issues of pilots have been raised as a hazard to flight safety. Pilot homicide-suicide, as a special subtype of pilot incapacitation, can be examined at different levels of commercial aviation. We extended...
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This article is about the author's experience of being left by suicide and the effect the experience had on her work as an analyst in the consulting room and as a member of psychological organizations. The effects are generalized to others who have been le...
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BACKGROUND AND AIMS: The world loses approximately one million people to suicide every year, leaving behind many suicide-loss survivors, family members and friends, who are significantly affected by the traumatic loss. Yet some suicide-loss survivors not o...
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This study sought to ascertain the prevalence and correlates of sui...
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We examined the psychological processes facilitating posttraumatic growth (PTG) among 124 suicide-loss survivors, focusing on attachment styles, perceive...
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Deployment to a combat zone is a fundamental mission for most military forces, but prior research suggests that there is a complex and nuanced association between deployment and related risk factors for suicide. Deployment and combat experiences vary great...
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OBJECTIVE: To examine the attitude toward suicide (ATS) and its influence on nonfatal suicidal behaviors of Chinese rural-to-urban migrant workers (MWs). METHOD: Altogether, 3031 MWs completed the positive ATS Scale and structured questions regardi...
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