A Cochrane Handbook of Alcohol and Drug Misuse
Addiction to drugs and alcohol is an increasing problem that all clinicians have to deal with. This Cochrane Handbook of Alcohol and Drug Misuse serves as a concise guide to the evidence base for relevant interventions, highlighting the key points of Cochrane reviews for the busy practitioner. It covers a wide range of pharmacological and psychosocial treatments for opioid, alcohol, cocaine and other stimulant and drug misuse, offering comprehensive coverage of interventions for drug and alcohol addiction.
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2011 Objectives abstinence Acamprosate adolescents adrenergic agonists alcohol dependence Alcohol Group’s alcohol misuse alcohol withdrawal allocation concealment Amato amphetamine psychosis anticonvulsants antidepressants baclofen benzodiazepines brief interventions buprenorphine Chapter CINAHL clinical clonidine cocaine dependence Cochrane Collaboration Cochrane Database Syst Cochrane Drugs Cochrane Library compared Current Knowledge Database Syst Rev Davoli dependence Objectives detoxification disulfiram dopamine doses dropouts efficacy EMBASE Epub evaluate followup Future heroin heterogeneity illicit LAAM Last assessment date lofexidine Main Limitations maintenance treatment management of opioid medications MEDLINE methadone maintenance methaqualone Minozzi motivational interviewing naltrexone opiatedependent opioid antagonists opioid dependence opioid withdrawal participants were included patients permission from John pharmacological interventions pharmacological treatments placebo pregnant women prevention programmes Primary outcomes psychosocial interventions psychostimulant PsycINFO randomised trials Results retention in treatment Review Adds Review Question ReviewQuestion Search Strategy side effects statistically significant Study Population substance use disorders Summary therapy Topic treatment of cocaine versus placebo