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A synopsis of the pharmacological rationale, properties and therapeutic effects of depot preparations of naltrexone for treating alcohol dependence. Although oral naltrexone has been shown to diminish alcohol reinforcement, its limitations as a medication include its small treatment effect size, plasma level fluctuation and adverse events. The pharmacokinetic profile of naltrexone could be optimised …∞
Extended-Release Naltrexone Works Particularly Well for Abstinent Patients with Dependence Many patients with alcohol dependence do not receive the full benefits of treatment because they do not adhere to it. In part to address issues with adherence, extended-release (ER) naltrexone, which is released over a month after one injection, was developed. Pharmacotherapy researchers assessed ER-naltrexone …∞
Washington residents are dying from unintended drug poisoning in numbers beginning to approach deaths in car crashes, and overdose deaths blamed on legal drugs now exceed fatal overdoses caused by illicit drugs, the Spokane Spokesman-Review reported Feb. 4th 2008. Prescription-drug overdoses have increased 800 percent in Washington between 1995, when 45 overdose deaths were …∞
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Early treatment response in alcohol dependence with extended-release naltrexone. OBJECTIVE: We sought to determine the time course for onset of effect of intramuscular injectable extended-release naltrexone (XR-NTX), which has demonstrated efficacy for alcohol dependence. METHOD: A post hoc analysis of a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled, multicenter study was conducted. In the study, actively drinking men and …∞
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Antidepressant Induced Mania (ADM) Among People with Co-Occurring substance use Disorders
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Alcohol abuse also seems to reduce both sensitivity to interferon and adherence to treatment.
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To optimize MMT, alcohol screening should be part of routine assessment and alcohol treatment should be made available within MMT programs.
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The Co-Occurring Center for Excellence. Addressing mental disorders and alcoholism, addiction co-occurring. The Co-Occurring Center for Excellence (COCE) was created by SAMHSA in 2003 to provide information and a range of services to mental health and substance abuse administrators and policymakers at state and local levels, their counterparts in tribal and Native populations, clinical providers, …∞
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