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Постановление № 126 Об утверждении инструкции о порядке оказания скорой (неотложной) психиатрической помощи (Resolution № 126 On approval of instructions on how to provide emergency (emergency) mental health care)

Ministry of Health; Belarus Country Resources Mental Health Legislation, Regulations and Implementation Guides, Mental Health Service Standards Belarus 15 August 2012 Legislation/regulation emergency, mental health care, severe mental illness

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Закон Республики Беларусь № 349-3 «Об оказании психиатрической помощи» имеет ряд подзаконных актов регулирующих его использование. Данная инструкция определяет порядок оказания скорой (неотложной) психиатрической помощи пациенту при внезапном возникновении и (или) обострении у него психического расстройства (заболевания), которое требует срочного (неотложного) медицинского вмешательства и может привести к совершению им действий, угрожающих его жизни и (или) здоровью, жизни и (или) здоровью иных лиц (далее – скорая (неотложная) психиатрическая помощь).

Law of the Republic of Belarus № 349-3 “On the provision of psychiatric care” has a set of subordinate acts regulating its implementation. This instruction defines the procedure for the provision of emergency (emergency) mental health care to a patient at the sudden occurrence and (or) he exacerbation of mental disorder (disease) that requires urgent (emergency) medical intervention and may lead them to commit acts that threaten his life and (or ) health, life and (or) health of other persons (hereinafter - ambulance (emergency) mental health care).


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