Version 2.77

Term Description

Likely lethality of actual attempt if no medical damage (the following examples, while having no actual medical damage, had potential for very serious lethality: put gun in mouth and pulled the trigger but gun fails to fire so no medical damage; laying on train tracks with oncoming train but pulled away before run over).
Source: Research Foundation of Mental Hygiene, Inc

Fully-Specified Name

Component
Potential lethality most lethal suicide attempt
Property
Find
Time
Lifetime
System
^Patient
Scale
Ord
Method
C-SSRS

Normative Answer List: LL5398-4

Source: Research Foundation of Mental Hygiene, Inc
Answer Code Score Answer ID
Behavior not likely to result in injury 0 LA30341-4
Behavior likely to result in injury but not likely to cause death 1 LA30342-2
Behavior likely to result in death despite available medical care 2 LA30343-0

Basic Attributes

Class
SURVEY.CSSRS
Type
Surveys
First Released
Version 2.67
Last Updated
Version 2.67
Order vs. Observation
Observation

Member of these Panels

LOINC Long Common Name
93245-9 Columbia - suicide severity rating scale - lifetime recent [C-SSRS]
93485-1 Columbia - suicide severity rating scale - very young child or cognitively impaired - lifetime recent [C-SSRS]

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