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A case-crossover study of acute alcohol use and suicide attempt
Objective: Several studies have shown that acute alcohol use is associated with suicidal behavior, but the magnitude and nature of the relationship remain unclear. We report a study on the impact of acute alcohol use on ...
Episodic alcohol use and risk of nonfatal injury
Usual and acute alcohol consumption are important risk factors for injury. Although alcohol-dependent people are thought to be at increased risk of injury, there are few reports suggesting that their risk is greater than ...
Violence related injuries in the emergency room: Alcohol, depression, and conduct problems
Objective. The aim of this study was to obtain epidemiological measures of the association between alcohol consumption and emergency room (ER) attendance due to violence, compared to the general population in the city of ...
Emergency room injury presentations as an indicator of alcohol-related problems in the community: A multilevel analysis of an international study
Objective: This study describes and examines the development of surrogate measures of acute alcohol-related injury for use in the evaluation of community-based prevention initiatives. Method: An international collaborative ...
Acute alcohol use and the risk of non-fatal injury in sixteen countries
Aims To determine the relative risk (RR) of non-fatal injury associated with alcohol consumption in a series of emergency departments (EDs), possible effect modifiers and the impact of contextual variables on differences ...
The more you drink, the harder you fall: A systematic review and meta-analysis of how acute alcohol consumption and injury or collision risk increase together
Alcohol consumption causes injury in a dose-response manner. The most common mode of sustaining an alcohol-attributable injury is from a single occasion of acute alcohol consumption, but much of the injury literature employs ...