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M6 13-005

Exam 18: Suicide

Suicide The deliberate act of self-injury with the intent that the injury result in death
Suicide is the third leading cause of death among ___ to ___ year-olds in the U.S. 10-19
____ lead _____ in suicide attempts. Females, Males
____ more often complete the act of suicide. Males
Females tend to use more _____ methods passive; medication ingestion, carbon monoxide poisoning.
Males tend to use more ____ methods violent; hanging, firearms, wrist slashing.
The most common method of suicide attempts is Taking an overdose of drugs or other toxic substances
Suicide is not caused by a single factor but is the culmination of multiple factors to include Depression. Loss of loved one or relationship. Social Isolation. Presence of an active psychiatric disorder. Lack of self-identity. Co-morbidity/substance abuse.
Created by: jtzuetrong