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Publication date: Available online 28 May 2020Source: NeuroImage: ClinicalAuthor(s): Anson C.M. Chau, Eva Cheung, K.H. Chan, W.S. Chow, Y.F. Shea, Patrick K.C. Chiu, Henry K.F. Mak
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One commonly reported phenomenon in the first months of the Covid-19 era in the United States has been the reduction in emergency department (ED) visits and hospitalizations of patients with heart attacks, strokes and other acute, non-Covid illnesses [1]. Less is known about whether and how the number of patients presenting to EDs for psychiatric problems has changed.
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American Journal of Psychiatry,Volume 177, Issue 6, Page 476-478, June 01, 2020.
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