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  • Carefully assess suicide risk (Table 3). Panic disorder has been shown to be associated with an elevated risk of suicidal ideation and behavior, even in the absence of co-occurring conditions such as major depression.

  • Decide whether the patient can safely be treated as an outpatient, or whether hospitalization is indicated.

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Table 3. Components of a Suicide Risk Assessment for Patients With Panic Disorder

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Table 3. Components of a Suicide Risk Assessment for Patients With Panic Disorder
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Table 3. Components of a Suicide Risk Assessment for Patients With Panic Disorder

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