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He income hospital represents a rupture in the continuity of life of the patient. It would be advisable to determine those variables that help to reduce them. Some studies are running to a paper protector of the treatment injection in the relapses and number of hospitalizations.
Compare the risk of decompensation, measured in terms of income hospital or consultations to emergency, between patients to treatment injection versus oral.
He is a descriptive study which assesses the number of hospital admissions and consultations to emergency departments in the period of one year (between September 2015 and September 2016) of a sample of 28 patients registered as TMS and the results are compared with the type used for antipsicotivo treatment via.
We start from a sample of 28 patients, of which 17 are still a treatment intramuscular and 11 have all your guideline prescribed in oral. Patients injection treatment group needed to be admitted to a psychiatric inpatient unit at least on one occasionin the past year, 7 patients and 11 patients to oral treatment, only 2 patients wereadmitted and other 2 came once to your referral hospital emergency department.
Of the 17 patients to treatment with injectable ingresason or needed care urgently a 41.18%, facing the 36.36% of those patients to treatment by via oral. These results do not have a protective role of injectable treatment compared with decompensation measures according to need hospitalization or urgent attention.
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