• Dr. Malekinejad is medical epidemiologist with expertise in systematic review and meta-analysis, sampling methods for hard-to-reach populations and disease surveillance, with substantive foci in HIV/AIDS, substance use, and most recently childhood adversities. (ucsf.edu)
  • Intravenous drug use continues to be the leading cause of HIV and not only are infection rates in Saskatchewan higher, but so are bad health outcomes with quicker mortality rates said Meili, one of seventy healthcare professionals, aboriginal and government representatives at a two-day conference to address issues of addiction and indigenous health at the University of Saskatchewan this week. (iamnotforsale.ca)
  • Not only do high prescription rates lead to naturally increased rates of dependence, but many cases of Xanax addiction and abuse begin with non-medical use. (addiction-treatment-services.com)
  • Those who already suffer from other forms of substance use disorder are especially at risk of developing an alprazolam addiction when using non-medically. (addiction-treatment-services.com)
  • Addiction is the continued use of a mood altering substance or behavior despite adverse dependency consequences, or a neurological impairment leading to such behaviors. (sherlockcares.com)
  • To ensure that the benefits of opioid analgesics outweigh the risks of addiction, abuse, and misuse, the FDA has required a REMS for these products. (medicine.com)
  • Another law introduced in Washington would specifically extend the state's ICC to cover opioid users, allowing the detention of anyone with three or more drug-related arrests in a 12-month period, anyone hospitalized for drug use or anyone who has three or more visible "track marks" from intravenous drug use. (prisonlegalnews.org)
  • Oxycodone is a Schedule II controlled substance, indicating that while it has a legitimate medical use, it is also has a high potential for abuse and dependence. (greenhousetreatment.com)
  • We are uniquely placed to offer a full range of CNS efficacy and safety pharmacology assessments, from basic models and regulatory tests, through the evaluation of abuse and dependence liability and proconvulsant risk using EEG. (porsolt.com)
  • They're more likely to struggle with substance abuse or find themselves in situations where they're practicing or exposed to unsafe sexual practices so risk factors are just higher when people live in poverty. (iamnotforsale.ca)
  • It contains the least amount of cuts and the most amounts of volatile substances. (oceanbreezerecovery.org)
  • Since these substances, in some cases, can be adsorbable or volatile, their removal via volatilization, biodegradation or sludge adsorption in a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) becomes a significant feature to include in the usual design process, in order to verify the emission standards in gas and sludge too. (termsreign.cf)
  • Deficient knowledge of current situations and set his or her take temperature at 38 to 62 f and humenick, s (eds): Nursing interventions for mothers who abused drugs during pregnancy. (medimobile.com)
  • For a responsible parent, it might provide some desperately needed answers to the problems created by a child's abuse of inhalants. (wllm.com)
  • All the same, that article seems to be written primarily for people who are looking to abuse inhalants. (wllm.com)
  • Two Melbourne Fantasy gentlemens club Bentleigh East who founded Claudia magazine for Australia's "intelligent women" will face trial over the alleged systematic sexual abuse of females at a King Street strip club. (midlandshssports.com)
  • A careful history may suggest the underlying etiology of the seizures and should include family history, prenatal and intrapartum events, maternal and infant infections, substance abuse, and presence of prenatal care. (reliasmedia.com)
  • updated January 9, 2015) Center for Substance Abuse Research University of Maryland 4321 Hartwick Road, Suite 501 College Park, MD 20740 301-405-9770 (phone) 301-403-8342 (fax) CESAR is pleased to provide this compilation of CESAR FAX issues focusing on buprenorphine. (nomedicalcare.com)
  • CESAR will continue to monitor the diversion and abuse of buprenorphine and report on developments as they arise. (nomedicalcare.com)
  • Buprenorphine is available for intravenous use, as a per rectal suppository, as a transdermal patch, and as an SL preparation (tablet and film). (jpalliativecare.com)
  • The article wraps up its description of the whole experience by mentioning that all of these substances are at best dangerous and at worst fatal. (wllm.com)
  • Role Description: This project intend to compile data about substance use related indictors in Iran I am the o-PI of this project and will take the lead on the implementation of the project including defining indicators, assist with development of tools and protocol, supervise data synthesis, and contribute to manuscript submission. (ucsf.edu)