3 edition of The Integration of Pharmacological and Nonpharmacological Treatments in Drug/Alcohol Addictions (Journal of Addictive Diseases) (Journal of Addictive Diseases) found in the catalog.
by Haworth Medical Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||122|
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm: Contents: General approaches --Introduction to the pharmacological therapies of drug and alcohol addictions / Norman S. Miller, Mark S. Gold --Pharmacological therapies for addiction, withdrawal and relapse: general aspects / Mark S. Gold, Norman S. . G. Addolorato, A. Armuzzi, G. Gasbarrini & Alcoholism Treatment Study Group Pharmacological approaches to the management of alcohol addiction. Eur Rev Med Pharmacol Sci Year: Vol. 6 - N. 5. Pages:
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The Integration of Pharmacological and Nonpharmacological Treatments in Drug/Alcohol Addictions explores the newly emerging middle ground in addictive disorder treatment.
You?ll find that it gives you sharper definitions of abstinence, recovery, and therapy and helps you best serve those patients whose needs lie somewhere between prescription and : Norman S Miller. The Integration of Pharmacological and Nonpharmacological Treatments in Drug/Alcohol Addictions.
Peter Martin, M.D. Of particular importance in the book is the concept of "generalized vulnerability to drug and alcohol addiction," which provides a scientific perspective for the old Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) adage that "a drug is a drug." Cited by: 2.
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Book Review: The Integration of Pharmacological and Nonpharmacological Treatments in Drug/Alcohol Addictions. Edited by Norman S. Miller, : Samuel A. Ball.
The integration of pharmacological and nonpharmacological treatments in drug/alcohol addictions. [Norman S Miller;] disease: where are we going. --Selective guide to current reference sources on topics discussed in this issue --Integration of pharmacological & nonpharmacological treatments in drug/alcohol addictions.
Series Title. The integration of pharmacological and nonpharmacological treatments in drug/alcohol addiction Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Addictive Diseases 16(4):1 Author: Norman S Miller.
"Providing the groundwork for future developments in integrated forms of treatment, The Integrations of Pharmacological and Nonpharmacological Treatments in Drug/Alcohol Addictions combines research and practice to give you the evaluative tools you need to move from an “all or nothing” approach to a level of balanced tolerance between “good and bad” when you and your patients are searching for a successful regimen of treatment.
Author(s): Miller,Norman S Title(s): The integration of pharmacological and nonpharmacological treatments in drug/alcohol addictions/ Norman S. Miller, guest editor ; Barry Stimmel, editor. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: New York: Haworth Medical Press, c The principles and philosophy of the abstinence-based Twelve-Step Program of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) can be incorporated into the treatment process for alcohol and drug addiction.
Current inpatient and outpatient psychiatric treatment may use the first 5 steps as an approach to alcohol and drug : Norman S. Miller. The drug treatments in opioid dependence most clearly demonstrate the pharmacological principles that underpin the use of pharmacotherapies as substitutes, whether in maintenance treatment or in detoxification, and for this reason they are outlined here.
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Book Description. This new book is full of helpful information on current methods for the treatment of alcohol and drug addiction.
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There are a limited number of reliable documents in The present study also aimed to investigate various CAM treatments in drug abuse disorders and, at the. Renewed interest in pharmacological treatments for alcoholism led to the FDA approval of an opioid antagonist, naltrexone (Trexan® or Revia®), in for the treatment of alcohol dependence.
Detoxification may be initiated in the ambulatory setting in patients with mild to moderate alcohol withdrawal symptoms.3,6,8 Patients with severe symptoms or at risk of complications should receive inpatient treatment.3,6 8The need for medication is based on the severity of symptoms.
Health Canada approved medications for alcohol withdrawal include oxazepam, diazepam, and. The pharmacology is integrated into a conceptual approach to diagnosis and treatment of alcohol and drug abuse and addiction. The form and style are didactic, critical as well as straightforward in presentation.
Literature references from recent clinical research. Help motivate the patient to seek and engage in treatment. Help retain the patient once treatment begins. Educate patients, their families and significant others about alcohol dependence, its causes, consequences, and the goals of treatment.
Reduce the amount and frequency of alcohol and other drug use. Another stage for integration is the use of pharmacological agents in conjunction with nonpharmacological treatments in the management of often chronic addictive disorders.
Because addictive behavior is characterized by relapse, pharmacological agents are being tested for relapse prevention beyond the withdrawal by: 7. Editorial: The integration of pharmacological and nonpharmacological treatments in drug/alcohol addiction. Norman S.
Miller MD. Pages: Integration of pharmacological and nonpharmacological treatments in drug/alcohol addictions. Lynn Kasner Morgan MLS. Pages:.
Pharmacological Intervention in Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment for drug addiction is a very complicated process, no matter which approach is taken. In order to treat addiction, one must first understand the underlying causes of addiction and the mechanisms by which it continues and progresses.SUBSTANCE MISUSE FACT SHEETS.
CATEGORY III – PHARMACOLOGY OF ADDICTIONS. as a heroin substitute in maintenance treatment as well as detoxification when it can be reduced slowly over a period of several weeks. As a full opioid agonist it has similar effects as heroin, but less euphoria due to its slow onset of Size: KB.Other articles present an international perspective on the integration of pharmacotherapies for treating alcoholics, discuss the integration of research in pharmacotherapy for addictive diseases, and examine the integration of pharmacological and nonpharmacological treatments for drug and alcohol addictions.
References, tables, and figures.