Jeffery C. Hutzler Douglas A. Rund
Emergency Approachto, .Psychiatric, Assessment Decision.Making
Emergency ..Situations Requiring ..Emergency .Interyention
Clinical ..Management Chemical Restraint Consultation.. and. Referral Chapter References
This chapter presents the principles of medical and psychiatric evaluation of patients with behavior disorders and reviews the management of suicidal and violent patients. The majority of psychiatric patient visits to emergency departments occur at night when psychiatric services are limited; therefore, the hospital must be staffed at off-hours with adequate personnel adept at handling patients who are suicidal, violent, or otherwise distraught or psychotic.
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