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Psychosis related to dementia in elderly people increases the risk of death, compared to placebo, in those patients treated with antipsychotic medicines including Abilify. Abilify can also increase suicidal thoughts especially within the first few months of treatment or whein the dose is changed in some children, teenagers, and young adults.
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The psychiatric ward of Sassoon General Hospital was abuzz on Monday with talk of an alleged molestation and rape attempt on a patient occurring last week.
The man said to have taken advantage of the patient is Narendra Sale, a senior officer with the Maharashtra Institute of Mental Health (MIMH).
He allegedly molested and attempted to rape a 19-year-old woman admitted to the ward and kept under observation there.
Sale has been absconding since the incident.
An inquiry committee has been appointed to look into the matter. The patient is still in the hospital.
The matter came to light when the patient complained to the visiting doctor the day after the incident. By this week, the matter was being talked about in the corridors of Sassoon.
According to the patient, Sale misbehaved when she went for a check-up, leaving her embarrassed and shocked.
Her father later complained to the doctors at the psychiatry ward and lodged a complaint at the Bund Garden police station.
Though the hospital authorities avoided talking at length about the matter, a few details were available from sources at the Sassoon psychiatric department.
"The attempt to rape did not happen in the ward but at the day care centre of MIMH, which is close to the ward, within the Sassoon premises," a source said.
Alka Pawar, director of MIMH and head of the Department of Psychiatry ward, who is currently on leave, has appointed a committee to investigate the matter.
Sassoon Dean Arun Jamkar said, "We have appointed the Mahila Dakhata Samitee to probe the incident and, if guilty, the accused will be punished."
Read more at: http://www.ndtv.com/news/cities/psycho-in-mental-health-institute-26204.php?cpThe psychiatric ward of Sassoon General Hospital was abuzz on Monday with talk of an... more
This video is Part one of a full length documentary, produced by Awakening the Underground.
The story takes place in Rochester New York and is probably one of the most corrupt incidents to ever take place in our life time.
Mr. Timothy Bowman; who is the fiance of the victim; hired journalists, investigators and advocates to expose the truth behind this tragic incident.This video is Part one of a full length documentary, produced by Awakening the... more
Patricia Kobylak was involuntarily committed to a psychiatric hospital on August 4th, 2008. Although she has never committed any crimes or put herself or anyone else in danger; the State of New York continues to keep her confined.
Full length Documentary coming soont to Policeabuse.comPatricia Kobylak was involuntarily committed to a psychiatric hospital on August 4th,... more
Chinese petitioners forced into mental asylums, claims report
Tania Branigan, Beijing
The Guardian, Tuesday December 9 2008
Local officials in China have been accused of using forcible psychiatric treatment to silence critics, it emerged yesterday, amid reports that at least 18 people bringing complaints against authorities were held in a mental hospital in Shandong province against their will.
Authorities in Xintai district committed people who had pursued grievances ranging from police brutality to property disputes, according to the Beijing News. Some were force-fed drugs.Chinese petitioners forced into mental asylums, claims report
Tania Branigan,... more