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Table 3 Demographic and clinical variables of patients without history including psychiatric or substance use disorders

From: Are pre-existing psychiatric disorders the only reason for involuntary holds in the emergency department?

Age (years)RaceSexMarital statusMedical insuranceMedical problemReason for involuntary holdInvoluntary hold placed in ED?
80WhiteMaleMarriedMedicareBrain tumorSuicidalYes
91WhiteMaleMarriedMedicareBack pain, ODSuicidalNo
49BlackFemaleMarriedMedicaidHistory of brain aneurysm surgery, seizuresSuicidalYes
38BlackFemaleMarriedMedicaidSelf-inflicted woundSelf-harmNo
67WhiteFemaleMarriedCommercialBack painSuicidalNo
59AsianFemaleMarriedCommercialESRD, sepsisSuicidalNo
56WhiteMaleDivorcedMedicareFlank pain, renal cell carcinoma history of nephrectomySuicidalYes
50WhiteMaleMarriedCommercialAltered mental statusTransient psychosisNo
20WhiteFemaleSingleCommercialFibromyalgiaSuicidalYes
55WhiteMaleMarriedCommercialOD after court sentenceSuicidalNo
71WhiteMaleMarriedMedicareNeuropathic pain, benzodiazepines, and opiates in urineTransient psychosis, suicidalYes
40HispanicFemaleMarriedCommercialAbdominal pain, chronic menorrhagia, thyroid problemsParanoia, auditory hallucinationsYes
48WhiteFemaleSingleSelf-paySevere asthma, OD on gabapentinSuicidalNo
  1. ED emergency department, ESRD end-stage renal disease, OD overdose