Researchers from Vanderbilt University and the University of Alabama found, in a retrospective study of increased suicidal behavior among 36,842 children who were new users of antidepressant medication, that suicidality did not differ between the various antidepressants studied. They did find, however, that users of multiple antidepressants had a concomitantly increased risk of attempting suicide.
Cooper, W., Callahan, S., Shintani, A., Fuchs, D., et al.; Antidepressants and Suicide Attempts in Children. Pediatrics. January 6, 2014. doi: 10.1542/peds.2013-0923
Of further interest:
Different Antidepressants Associated With Similar Suicidality Risk in Children (2 Minute Medicine)