Development of a questionnaire to detect high-altitude psychosis: the HAPSY questionnaire
Brodmann Maeder M
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At: XII ISMM World Congress on Mountain Medicine ; Kathmandu ; 21/11/2018 - 24/11/2018
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Development of a Self-Administered Questionnaire to Detect Psychosis at High Altitude: The HAPSY Questionnaire Hüfner K; Brugger H; Caramazza F; Stawinoga AE; Brodmann-Maeder M; Gatterer H; Turner R; Tomazin I; Fusar-Poli P; Sperner-Unterweger B (2019)AIMS: Psychotic symptoms during exposure to high altitude (HA) have been linked to accidents or near accidents on the mountains. It is thus of great importance to directly identify psychotic symptoms in individuals who are ...
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