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Combat exhaustion among Swedish United Nations soldiers
Summary and conclusions
14th Battalion 35 Combat veteranship accident alcohol offences atrial fibrillation average background factors Bartemeyer Brill & Beebe cent CJ CJ Clear-cut mental illness Combat and noncombat combat exhaustion compared Congo days of sick-listing dependent variables differ significantly disability disorders duration of exposure duty variables Earlier observations effect end of follow-up entitled to sickness Explanation of variable exposed to combat exposure to sick-listing fighting follow-up period groups illegitimacy income interviews investigation mental complaints mental disease mental vulnerability military psychiatry Military rank military service morbidity rate multiple regression analysis neurosis noncombat veterans northern Sweden number of days over-represented parents patients and controls Patients Controls Peptic ulcer personality Present study private/private psychiatric psychosomatic public drunkenness reports for alcohol rifleman/rifleman shows sickness benefit class significant social insurance offices soldiers who broke stress subjects succumbing to combat Sund Swedish Armed Forces Swedish UN soldiers Table total morbidity Total psychological morbidity ulcer and gastritis