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The Most Frequent Psychiatric Disorders Registered at Day Hospital of Psychiatric Clinic in Sarajevo During 2006-2007

Ifeta Licanin, Izet Masic, Lejla Tandir.

Abstract
Day Hospital is an alternative to inpatient treatment as a transition from hospital to outpatient type of treatment, especially for those patients who cannot quickly return to the family, and patients who are unable to leave the usual social contacts so to them the hospitalization will pose a great mental risk. The aim of the research is to determine the structure of psychiatric morbidity, as well as demographic features and duration of hospitalization in patients treated at a Day Hospital of Psychiatric Clinic in Sarajevo during the period 2006-2007. The survey is conducted at the Psychiatric Clinic, Clinical Center of Sarajevo University as retrospective, based on observations of certain variables (gender, age, hospitalization duration), and the number of diagnosis. The results of the research show that the total number of registered patients in the observed period is 400. During the two year study there were more female (61.3%) than male patients (38.7%). Also, during the two years of research, most of those were with one diagnosis. The average hospitalization duration was 45 days, and the most often hospitalization duration was from 1 to 3 months. During both years, mostly present was the population in age group 46 to 65 years, followed by age group 26 to 44 years. Leading diseases during both years of research were from the group F30-F39, and the most common co-morbid diseases from groups: F30-F39, F40-F49 and F60-F69. We can conclude that Day Hospital has great significance in the mental health prevention. Daily structured program provides hospital diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of persons of both genders from different age groups and with diverse psychopathology.

Key words: day hospital, diagnosis, demography, hospitalization duration



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Licanin I, Masic I, Tandir L. The Most Frequent Psychiatric Disorders Registered at Day Hospital of Psychiatric Clinic in Sarajevo During 2006-2007. Mater Sociomed. 2009; 21(3): 137-140. doi:10.5455/msm.2009.21.137-140



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Licanin I, Masic I, Tandir L. The Most Frequent Psychiatric Disorders Registered at Day Hospital of Psychiatric Clinic in Sarajevo During 2006-2007. www.scopemed.org/?mno=6955 [Access: September 02, 2014]. doi:10.5455/msm.2009.21.137-140



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Licanin I, Masic I, Tandir L. The Most Frequent Psychiatric Disorders Registered at Day Hospital of Psychiatric Clinic in Sarajevo During 2006-2007. Mater Sociomed. 2009; 21(3): 137-140. doi:10.5455/msm.2009.21.137-140



Vancouver/ICMJE Style

Licanin I, Masic I, Tandir L. The Most Frequent Psychiatric Disorders Registered at Day Hospital of Psychiatric Clinic in Sarajevo During 2006-2007. Mater Sociomed. (2009), [cited September 02, 2014]; 21(3): 137-140. doi:10.5455/msm.2009.21.137-140



Harvard Style

Licanin, I., Masic, I. & Tandir, L. (2009) The Most Frequent Psychiatric Disorders Registered at Day Hospital of Psychiatric Clinic in Sarajevo During 2006-2007. Mater Sociomed, 21 (3), 137-140. doi:10.5455/msm.2009.21.137-140



Turabian Style

Licanin, Ifeta, Izet Masic, and Lejla Tandir. 2009. The Most Frequent Psychiatric Disorders Registered at Day Hospital of Psychiatric Clinic in Sarajevo During 2006-2007. Materia Socio Medica, 21 (3), 137-140. doi:10.5455/msm.2009.21.137-140



Chicago Style

Licanin, Ifeta, Izet Masic, and Lejla Tandir. "The Most Frequent Psychiatric Disorders Registered at Day Hospital of Psychiatric Clinic in Sarajevo During 2006-2007." Materia Socio Medica 21 (2009), 137-140. doi:10.5455/msm.2009.21.137-140



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Licanin, Ifeta, Izet Masic, and Lejla Tandir. "The Most Frequent Psychiatric Disorders Registered at Day Hospital of Psychiatric Clinic in Sarajevo During 2006-2007." Materia Socio Medica 21.3 (2009), 137-140. Print. doi:10.5455/msm.2009.21.137-140



APA (American Psychological Association) Style

Licanin, I., Masic, I. & Tandir, L. (2009) The Most Frequent Psychiatric Disorders Registered at Day Hospital of Psychiatric Clinic in Sarajevo During 2006-2007. Materia Socio Medica, 21 (3), 137-140. doi:10.5455/msm.2009.21.137-140



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