par Corten, Philippe
Référence Acta psychiatrica Belgica, 79, 6, page (647-672)
Publication Publié, 1979
Article révisé par les pairs
Résumé : The first part of the study indicates that this small unit has a rapid turnover, that the population is young and that there are fresh cases. The main reason for admission in males are first alcoholism and secondly schizophrenia, and for women first depression and neurotic troubles and secondly endogenous depressions. The second part of this study deals with length of stays and shows that it behaves like random variables of Pascal, with a mean stay of 34 days and a peak within the three first days of hospitalisation.