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Table 4 Self-reported psychiatric and misuse problems and perceived need for help 3 months after hospitalization for self-poisoning (n = 242)

From: Treatment received, satisfaction with health care services, and psychiatric symptoms 3 months after hospitalization for self-poisoning

  No problems, not relevant, or missing data, n (%) Some problems, do not need professional help, n (%) Moderate problems, need help from general practitioner, n (%) Rather serious problems, need help from specialist, n (%) Very serious problems, need to be hospitalized into an institution, n (%)
Totala (n = 242) 37 (15) 30 (12) 71 (29) 74 (31) 30 (12)
Anxiety 78 (32) 47 (19) 57 (24) 46 (19) 14 (6)
Depression 52 (22) 44 (18) 69 (29) 62 (26) 15 (6)
Pain 133 (55) 32 (13) 55 (23) 16 (7) 6 (3)
Eating disorders 161 (67) 42 (17) 19 (8) 14 (6) 6 (3)
Hallucinations 195 (81) 17 (7) 14 (6) 12 (5) 4 (2)
Paranoid ideation 190 (79) 15 (6) 20 (8) 13 (5) 4 (2)
Alcohol misuse 174 (72) 31 (13) 17 (7) 14 (6) 6 (3)
Substance misuse 181 (75) 24 (10) 22 (9) 9 (4) 6 (3)
  1. aThis row lists the highest score per patient for all categories.