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    Manejo do risco de suicídio e dos transtornos do humor no pronto-socorro
    (2020) BERALDI, Gabriel Henrique; TOKESHI, Lucas; TUNG, Teng Chei
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    (2019) CHANG, Taís Michele Minatogawa; TENG, Chei Tung
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    Interconsulta em doenças do sistema endocrinológico
    (2021) MELZER-RIBEIRO, Débora Luciana; MINATOGAWA-CHANG, Taís Michele; TENG, Chei Tung
  • article 10 Citação(ões) na Scopus
    Brazilian Psychiatric Association guidelines for the management of suicidal behavior. Part 1. Risk factors, protective factors, and assessment
    (2021) BALDACARA, Leonardo; ROCHA, Gislene A.; LEITE, Veronica da S.; PORTO, Deisy M.; GRUDTNER, Roberta R.; DIAZ, Alexandre P.; MELEIRO, Alexandrina; CORREA, Humberto; TUNG, Teng C.; QUEVEDO, Joao; SILVA, Antonio G. da
    Suicide is a global public health problem that causes the loss of more than 800,000 lives each year, principally among young people. In Brazil, the average mortality rate attributable to suicide is approximately 5.23 per 100,000 population. Although many guidelines have been published for the management of suicidal behavior, to date, there are no recent guidelines based on the principles of evidence-based medicine that apply to the reality of suicide in Brazil. The objective of this work is to provide key guidelines for managing patients with suicidal behavior in Brazil. This project involved 11 Brazilian psychiatry professionals selected by the Psychiatric Emergencies Committee (Comissao de Emergencias Psiquiatricas) of the Brazilian Psychiatric Association for their experience and knowledge in psychiatry and psychiatric emergencies. For the development of these guidelines, 79 articles were reviewed (from 5,362 initially collected and 755 abstracts). In this review, we present definitions, risk and protective factors, assessments, and an introduction to the Safety Plan.
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    Risco de suicídio e transtorno do humor
    (2021) BERALDI, Gabriel Henrique; TOKESHI, Lucas; TUNG, Teng Chei
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    Entrevista psiquiátrica na avaliação do risco de suicídio
    (2023) COSTA, Volnei Vinícius Ribeiro da; BRANDãO, Dafini Ramos; OIDE JUNIOR, Mauro Shigueharu; TENG, Chei Tung
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    Guia de manejo de outros efeitos colaterais dos psicofármacos
    (2021) MINATOGAWA-CHANG, Taís Michele; DEMETRIO, Frederico Navas; TENG, Chei Tung
  • bookPart
    (2018) AZEVEDO, Alexandre Pinto de; TUNG, Teng Chei; OLIVEIRA, Eduardo Teixeira Martins de; BORGES, Daniel Guilherme Suzuki; GENTIL FILHO, Valentim
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    Understanding the journey of patients with depression in Brazil: A systematic review
    (2023) MELEIRO, Alexandrina; TENG, Chei Tung; DEMETRIO, Frederico Navas; BATISTA, Vivian Cardoso; VIEIRA, Luiz Fernando; ELORZA, Paola Marina
    Despite having an organized mental health law and policy, a majority of patients with depression remain underreported and undertreated in Brazil. The study aimed to quantitatively map and identify the deficiencies in patient journey touchpoints in terms of awareness, screening, diagnosis, treatment, adherence, and control for depression in Brazil using a semi-systematic approach highlighting the knowledge gaps in the existing literature. A structured search of Embase, MEDLINE, and BIOSIS databases was conducted to identify the relevant studies published in English, Portuguese, and Spanish from 2006 to 2021. An unstructured search was also conducted on Google or government websites with no restrictions. To address the data gaps, anecdotal data were also considered. Weighted or simple means were calculated for the pooled data. Of 3175 articles retrieved, 10 articles met the inclusion criteria. Synthesized evidence indicates that the pooled prevalence of depression in Brazil ranged from 4.1% to 21.8%; 42.4% of patients had awareness of depression, 37.5% underwent screening, 18.7% had a diagnosis, and 54.4% received treatment. No data on adherence and control were available. The study findings highlight the need for more research to accurately estimate the common patient journey touchpoints for depression to achieve better clinical outcomes in Brazil.
  • bookPart
    (2021) MELEIRO, Alexandrina Maria Augusto da Silva; TENG, Chei Tung