Psychiatric co-morbidity, suicidal behaviour and suicidal ideation in alcoholics seeking treatment

Driessen M, Veltrup C, Weber J, John U, Wetterling T, Dilling H (1998)
Addiction 93(6): 889-894.

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Driessen, MartinUniBi ; Veltrup, Clemens; Weber, Jutta; John, Ulrich; Wetterling, Tilman; Dilling, Horst
Abstract / Bemerkung
Aims. To estimate the impact of co-morbid disorbers for suicidal ideas in alcohol-dependent subjects seeking treatment. Design. Life-time psychiatric co-morbidity and previous suicidal behaviours were assessed retrospectively after detoxification ( t 1). In addition, suicidal behaviours were assessed 12 months after discharge ( t 2) . Setting. An inpatient detoxification treatment unit. Participants. Two hundred and fifty dependent inpatients were studied after detoxification. One hundred and forty-nine of them participated in the follow-up face-to-face interview. Measurements. Using two extended standardized interviews (CIDI and IPDE) psychiatric co-morbidity (DSM-III-R, Axes I and II) was assessed at t 1; suicide attempts were reported at t 1 and t 2, and suicidal ideas were assessed at t 2. Findings. A history of suicide attempts was reported by 29.2% at t 1, and suicidal ideas by 14.1% and suicide attempts by 5.4% at the follow-up ( t 2). One female patient committed suicide within 6 months of discharge from hospital. The following co-morbidity patterns were associated with the greatest risk for suicidal ideas. Anxiety and depressive disorders, Axes I and II disorders, and a history of suicide attempt (for suicidal ideas at ( t 2). Conclusions. Our results underline the importance of psychiatric co-morbidity for the suicidal risk in alcohol-dependent patients, while alcoholism itself appears to be only a moderate risk factor.
Erscheinungsjahr
1998
Zeitschriftentitel
Addiction
Band
93
Ausgabe
6
Seite(n)
889-894
ISSN
0965-2140
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2963423

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Driessen M, Veltrup C, Weber J, John U, Wetterling T, Dilling H. Psychiatric co-morbidity, suicidal behaviour and suicidal ideation in alcoholics seeking treatment. Addiction. 1998;93(6):889-894.
Driessen, M., Veltrup, C., Weber, J., John, U., Wetterling, T., & Dilling, H. (1998). Psychiatric co-morbidity, suicidal behaviour and suicidal ideation in alcoholics seeking treatment. Addiction, 93(6), 889-894. https://doi.org/10.1046/j.1360-0443.1998.93688910.x
Driessen, M., Veltrup, C., Weber, J., John, U., Wetterling, T., and Dilling, H. (1998). Psychiatric co-morbidity, suicidal behaviour and suicidal ideation in alcoholics seeking treatment. Addiction 93, 889-894.
Driessen, M., et al., 1998. Psychiatric co-morbidity, suicidal behaviour and suicidal ideation in alcoholics seeking treatment. Addiction, 93(6), p 889-894.
M. Driessen, et al., “Psychiatric co-morbidity, suicidal behaviour and suicidal ideation in alcoholics seeking treatment”, Addiction, vol. 93, 1998, pp. 889-894.
Driessen, M., Veltrup, C., Weber, J., John, U., Wetterling, T., Dilling, H.: Psychiatric co-morbidity, suicidal behaviour and suicidal ideation in alcoholics seeking treatment. Addiction. 93, 889-894 (1998).
Driessen, Martin, Veltrup, Clemens, Weber, Jutta, John, Ulrich, Wetterling, Tilman, and Dilling, Horst. “Psychiatric co-morbidity, suicidal behaviour and suicidal ideation in alcoholics seeking treatment”. Addiction 93.6 (1998): 889-894.

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