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Table 1 Manuscripts that defined relapse and also discussed hospitalization used a range of definitions

From: Definitions and drivers of relapse in patients with schizophrenia: a systematic literature review

Way in which hospitalization is used in references that also define relapse Number of times hospitalization defined ( n) References
Hospitalization is discussed, separately to relapse 25 Bechdolf et al. [16]; Crown et al. [59]; dos Reis et al. [47]; Dyck et al. [32]; Hayhurst et al. [33]; Miettunen et al. [40]; Olivares et al. [56]; Svarstad et al. [31]; Sun et al. [45]; Rabinowitz et al. [30]; Taylor et al. [22]; Thompson et al. [36]; Usall et al. [37]; Ward et al. [25]; Weiden et al. [26]; Whitehorn et al. [39]; Janicak et al. [48]; Zhu et al. [50]; Bechdolf et al. [15]; Drake et al. [20]; Novák-Grubic and Tacvar [34]; Olivares et al. [23]; Valencia et al. [46]; Kim [54]; Peuskens et al. [24]
Hospitalization equates to relapse 10 Buckley et al. [44]; de Sena et al. [35]; Hawley et al. [58]; Leucht et al. [30]; Malik et al. [11]; Rouillon et al. [49]; Spaniel et al. [52]; Spaniel et al. [53]; Taylor et al. [22]; Turkington et al. [42]
Hospitalization used as a component of relapse definition 14 Almond et al. [38]; Ascher-Svanum et al. [57]; Csernansky et al. [17]; Drake et al. [20]; Emsley et al. [18]; Gaertner et al. [28]; Gasquet et al. [55]; Haro et al. [21]; Haro et al. [51]; Hickling et al. [29]; Hong et al. [19]; Muirhead et al. [41]; Pharoah et al. [27]; Xiang et al. [43]
Exacerbation of symptoms leading to hospitalization equates to relapse 7 Berglund et al. [95]; Chabannes et al. [96]; Drake et al. [20]; Lancon et al. [93]; Simpson et al. [66]; Tomaras et al. [92]; Wahlbeck et al. [94]