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Table 2 Number (%) of post-index admissions for mental health conditions for the burn and uninjured cohorts for the study period 1980–2012

From: Long-term mental health outcomes after unintentional burns sustained during childhood: a retrospective cohort study

  Burn injury N (%) Uninjured N (%)
Mental health conditions
 Psychotic disorders 489 (27.6) 559 (25.8)
  Schizophrenia 305 (17.2) 357 (16.5)
  Schizoaffective disorders 26 (1.5) 55 (2.5)
  Other psychotic disorders 158 (8.9) 147 (6.8)
 Mood disorders 629 (35.5) 851 (39.3)
  Major depressive disorder 493 (27.8) 597 (27.5)
  Bipolar disorder/manic episode 95 (5.4) 221 (10.2)
  Other mood disorders 41 (2.3) 33 (1.5)
 Anxiety disorders 578 (32.6) 566 (26.1)
  Anxiety disorder 77 (4.3) 177 (8.2)
  Stress/adjustment disorder 442 (24.9) 315 (14.5)
  Dissociative/conversion disorders 30 (1.7) 12 (0.6)
  Other anxiety/stress disorders 29 (1.6) 62 (2.9)
 Eating disorders 75 (4.2) 188 (8.7)
 Other mental disorders 2 (0.0) 4 (0.2)
Total 1773 (100.0) 2168 (100.0)
Self-harm
 Intentional poisoning 499 (70.3) 311 (100.0)
 Sharp object 120 (16.9) 0a
 Other self-harm 91 (12.8) 0a
Total 710 (100.0) 311 (100.0)
Mental and behavioural disorders due to psychoactive substance use
 Alcohol-related disorders 506 (52.1) 252 (41.2)
 Opioid-related disorders 52 (5.3) 84 (13.7)
 Cannabis-related disorders 64 (6.6) 50 (8.2)
 Stimulant-related disorders 128 (13.2) 115 (18.8)
 Other psychoactive substance-related disorders 222 (22.8) 111 (18.1)
Total 972 (100.0) 612 (100.0)
  1. aIndividuals with an injury (including self-harm injury) were excluded from this uninjured cohort