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Table 1 Descriptive characteristics of the study population

From: Factors associated with hospitalization after self-poisoning in France: special focus on the impact of alcohol use disorder

  N %
Age
 18-39 years 233 45.16
 40-59 years 242 46.90
 more than 60 years 41 7.95
Gender
 Men 165 31.98
 Women 351 68.02
Number of medication used
 One 516 100
 Two 199 38.56
 Three 56 10.85
 More than three 6 1.16
Type of drug used
 Benzodiazepine 439 85
 Paracetamol 46 8.91
 Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory Drugs 25 4.84
 Neuroleptic 46 8.91
 Antidepressant 26 5.03
 Opioids 19 3.68
 Others 35 6.78
 Not known 10 1.93
 Past history of suicide 308 59.69
 Family past history of suicide 92 17.83
 Psychiatric disorder 351 68.02
 Depression 170 32.95
 Schizophrenia 18 3.49
 Bipolar disorder 59 11.43
 Alcohol use disorder (AUD) 155 30.04
 AUD and depression 54 34.83
 AUD and bipolar disorder 13 8.38
 AUD and schizophrenia 4 2.58
 AUD and personality disorder 65 41.93
 Borderline 23 14.83
 Dependent 31 20.00
 Avoiding 2 1.29
 Histrionic 1 0.64
 Narcissistic 1 0.64
 Obsessive 1 0.64
 Antisocial 6 3.87
 Personality disorder 178 34.50
 Borderline 104 20.16
 Dependent 45 8.72
 Avoiding 1 0.19
 Histrionic 6 1.16
 Narcissistic 3 0.58
 Obsessive 2 0.39
 Antisocial 17 3.29
 Single 179 34.69
 Employed 198 38.37
 Housing 474 91.86