International Scholarly Research Notices / 2011 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Postdischarge Impact of C-L Psychiatry Treatment in Obstetrical Inpatients

Table 2

Treatment recommendations and compliance as reported by participants.

Categories of treatment suggested ( ๐‘ = 2 8 )Recommendations for postdischarge therapy followupPatientsโ€™ compliance with treatment recommendations ( ๐‘› = 2 1 )Time between discharge and first appointment with therapist ( ๐‘› = 1 7 )

Inpatient 5-day/5-night programme: offered to 12, accepted by 10 (36%)Patient to contact C-L psychiatrist if needed: 46% ( ๐‘› = 1 3 )Made appointment with psychiatrist/therapist: 81% of women for whom any followup was recommended1 month or less: 47%

Postdischarge therapy followup (refer to next column)Postdischarge appointment with psychiatrist arranged by hospital: 7% ( ๐‘› = 2 )Did not make appointment: 19% of women for whom any followup was recommended1-2 months: 24%

Psychotropic medication (refer to Table 3)Patient instructed to follow up with preadmission mental health provider: 14% ( ๐‘› = 4 )More than 4 months: 18%

Postdischarge therapy strongly urged: 7% ( ๐‘› = 2 )

No treatment recommendations made: 25% ( ๐‘› = 7 )No answer: 12%

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