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A new analysis has found that concussion and mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) are linked to an increased risk of suicidal behaviours and thoughts. However, a host of risk factors might influence this correlation, and careful investigation is required ...
Concussion and risk of suicide: who, when and under what circumstances?, Published online: 29 January 2019; doi:10.1038/s41582-019-0136-xA new analysis has found that concussion and mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) are linked to an increased risk of suicidal behaviours and thoughts. However, a host of risk factors might influence this correlation, and careful investigation is required to establish which individuals with mTBI might be most at risk of suicide.
IMPORTANCE: Concussion is the most common form of traumatic brain injury (TBI). While most patients fully recover within 1 week of injury, a subset of patients might be at a higher risk of suicide. OBJECTIVE: To assess the risk of suicide after con...
Individuals diagnosed with concussion or mild TBI are twice as likely to die by suicide compared to their counterparts with no history of head trauma, new research shows.Medscape Medical News
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(MedPage Today) -- Mild TBI patients more than twice as likely to die by suicide than people without concussion
MONDAY, Nov. 12, 2018 -- People who have experienced either a concussion or a mild traumatic brain injury are twice as likely to commit suicide than others, a new review suggests. The analysis also indicates that men and women who have had a...
(JAMA Network) Experiencing concussions or mild traumatic brain injury (TBI) was associated with increased risk of suicide in a new analysis but the absolute risk was small because nearly all patients diagnosed with concussion or TBI didn't die by suicide. Data from 17 studies for more than 700,000 patients diagnosed with concussion or mild TBI and more than 6.2 million people without such diagnoses were included in this systematic review and meta-analysis.
This systematic review and meta-analysis assesses the risk of suicide after concussion and/or mild traumatic brain injury in a cohort of more than 700 000 individuals diagnosed with these conditions, compared with a cohort of more than 6.2 million individuals who had not been so diagnosed.