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Childhood abuse as a risk factor for injection drug use: A systematic review of observational studies.

Childhood abuse is a public health challenge with lifelong impacts, including future drug use. However, previous research has been mixed regarding impacts on injection drug use. This systematic review examines the impact of childhood abuse (sexual, physical and emotional) on adult injection drug use.


Green encapsulation of LDH(Zn/Al)-5-Fu with carboxymethyl cellulose biopolymer; new nanovehicle for oral colorectal cancer treatment.

Due to the decrease of the drugs side effects in controlled drug delivery systems, today's many research has been focused on designing the new controlled drug delivery systems. The main aim of the present work was the improving of the layered double hydroxide (LDH) properties as a drug delivery system through the encapsulation with carboxymethyl cellulose (CMC). In the first section, 5-fluorouracil (5-Fu) as a colon anticancer drug was loaded in LDH(Zn/Al) (about 87%). The FT-IR, SEM, and XRD analysis were ...

Chronic ketamine abuse is associated with orexin-A reduction and ACTH elevation.

Ketamine has emerged as a major substance of abuse worldwide. Evidence suggests a role of orexin system in reward processing, withdrawal, and stress response. It also interacts with the stress mechanisms of hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis to regulate drug-taking behavior. The study aimed to explore the relevance of orexin and stress hormones to chronic ketamine abuse.


Contagion models for the transmission of drug abuse among propinquity-of-rearing defined acquaintances: A Swedish national study.

Can we validate a contagion model for drug abuse (DA) in Propinquity-of-Rearing Defined Acquaintances (PRDAs)?

Randomized controlled trial of the Child Protection Unit: Grade and gender as moderators of CSA prevention concepts in elementary students.

Despite the importance of child sexual abuse (CSA) prevention, there are few recent randomized controlled trials of school-based CSA prevention programs.

Development and in vitro evaluation of an abuse-deterrent formulation based on a crosslinked starch derivative.

An innovative abuse-deterrent composition was developed to deter the most dangerous route of drug abuse, the intravenous route. The composition is based on a crosslinked sodium starch glycolate (X-SSG) that can effectively complex with cationic drugs in aqueous solutions and minimize the amount of the free drug available for extraction. Furthermore, the crosslinked polymer swells in and entraps a portion of the drug solution by which it reduces the available volume for syringing and subsequent injection. Tw...

Comparison of self-controlled designs for evaluating outcomes of drug-drug interactions: simulation study.

Self-controlled designs, both case-crossover and self-controlled case series, are well suited for evaluating outcomes of drug-drug interactions in electronic healthcare data. Their comparative performance in this context, however, is unknown.

Synthetic cathinones: an evolving class of new psychoactive substances.

Synthetic cathinones (SCat) are amphetamine-like psychostimulants that emerged onto drug markets as "legal" alternatives to illicit drugs such as ecstasy, cocaine, and amphetamines. Usually they are sold as "bath salts," "plant food," or "research chemicals," and rapidly gained popularity amongst drugs users due to their potency, low cost, and availability. In addition, internet drug sales have been replacing the old way of supplying drugs of abuse, contributing to their rapid spread. Despite the legislativ...

The impact of neuropsychiatric disease on fetal growth: a case-control study.

To determine the impact of depression, epilepsy and drug abuse during pregnancy on delivery and fetal outcome. Due to the worldwide increasing prevalence of neurological and psychiatric diseases and drug abuse, the number of affected pregnant women is increasing.

Evaluation of drug-endangered children: The yield of toxicology and skeletal survey screening.

Drug endangerment is known to be associated with child maltreatment. However, even with the high association between physical abuse and drug endangerment there is no standard for screening in this population. Skeletal survey screening may facilitate the identification of children in this population who have also been physically abused.

A multilevel mHealth drug abuse and STI/HIV preventive intervention for clinic settings in the United States: A feasibility and acceptability study.

Drug abuse and sexually transmitted infections (STIs), including the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), remain significant public health concerns in the United States. Youth are at disproportionate risk of drug use and STIs/HIV, yet interventions aimed at improving STI and HIV testing and reducing STI/HIV risk behaviors through technology-based engagement in clinic settings are limited. The purpose of this study was to examine the feasibility and acceptability of Storytelling 4 Empowerment (S4E), a multile...

Photo-controlled reversible secondary self-assembly of supramolecular nanosheets and their drug delivery behavior.

Supramolecular nano-drug delivery systems with stimuli-responsive features have attracted extensive attention in photodynamic therapy. In this work, a new kind of photo-controlled reversible two dimensional (2D) nanosheet was constructed by cucurbit[8]uril (CB[8])-mediated ternary complexation with lanthanide complexes, azobenzene quaternary ammonium salt and sodium dodecyl sulfonate, which exhibited rapid morphological transformation and high drug loading capacities. The constructed supramolecular secondar...

Advances in phenylboronic acid-based closed-loop smart drug delivery system for diabetic therapy.

There are many patients with diabetes in the world and the treatment of diabetes is still a hectic problem, which has a nagative impact on the life of diabetic patients. A lot of research has been done on this, among which the phenylboronic acid-based smart drug delivery system mimics the working mode of human islets. When it is injected into the human body, it automatically releases the corresponding amount of insulin according to the blood glucose level of the human body. Such drug delivery systems can be...

Assessment of sexual behaviour and fertility indices in male rabbits following chronic codeine use.

Codeine is the latest trend of drug abuse, particularly in Nigeria and regarded as the gateway to the abuse of other substances.

Immunotherapy for treating methamphetamine, heroin and cocaine use disorders.

Drug addiction is a serious health problem prevalent worldwide. Currently available therapies including pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy are insufficient to meet the clinical needs for treating drug abuse. Recently, immunotherapy has emerged as a promising approach to treat such drug-use disorders. Pharmacokinetic antagonists are used in immunotherapy, functioning by sequestering the drugs in the periphery but without allowing the drug to cross the blood-brain barrier. This can reduce the toxic and rewardi...

The Vicodin Abuse Problem: A Mathematical Approach.

The prescription drug epidemic in the United States has gained attention in recent years. Vicodin, along with its generic version, is the country's mostly widely prescribed pain reliever, and it contains a narcotic component that can lead to physical and chemical dependency. The majority of Vicodin abusers were first introduced via prescription, unlike other drugs which are often experienced for the first time due to experimentation. Most abusers report obtaining their supply from a prescription, either the...

A Rapid Dilute-and-Shoot UPLC-MS/MS Assay to Simultaneously Measure 37 Drugs and Related Metabolites in Human Urine for Use in Clinical Pain Management.

Monitoring of medication compliance and drug abuse is used by clinicians to increase patient prescription drug compliance and reduce illicit drug abuse and diversion. Despite available immunoassays, chromatography-mass spectrometry-based methods are considered the gold standard for urine drug monitoring owing to higher sensitivities and specificities. Herein, we report a fast, convenient ultraperformance liquid chromatography-tandem mass spectrometry (UPLC-MS/MS) assay to detect or quantify 37 clinically re...

Drug-related mortality after discharge from treatment: A record-linkage study of substance abuse clients in Texas, 2006-2012.

Patients have higher mortality immediately after substance abuse treatment discharge, but there are few data on post-discharge mortality differences across treatment modalities.

A review of drug abuse in recently reported cases of driving under the influence of drugs (DUID) in Asia, USA, and Europe.

Driving Under the Influence of Drugs (DUID) is considered a serious issue related to the abuse of illegal drugs. DUID cases, including deaths, are being continuously reported in Asia, USA, and Europe. This literature review focuses on illegal drug abuse in recent DUID cases reported in Asia, USA, and Europe. To determine illegal drug abuse in DUID suspects, previous studies collected and analyzed biological samples, such as blood, urine, oral fluids, and hair. In addition, there were forensic autopsies and ...

Plant-derived bioadhesives for wound dressing and drug delivery system.

Synthetic polymers have been widely used in various biomedical applications like drug delivery, wound dressing, etc. They pose a question of bio-compatibility and bio-accumulation, limiting to a minimum class of synthetic polymers to be efficient and versatile. Hence, one cheap and reliant replacement is the use of natural adhesives over the synthetic adhesive polymeric system. The pluripotency of plant could be exploit, making it a perfect candidate for extraction of plant-derived adhesives component for w...

French national health insurance database analysis and field study focusing on the impact of secure prescription pads on zolpidem consumption and sedative drug misuse: ZORRO study protocol.

In recent years, data collected by the French Addictovigilance Network have shown the potential for abuse and addiction associated with zolpidem (the most sold hypnotic drug in France). Since 10 April 2017, new regulations have come into force that require zolpidem to be prescribed on special secure prescription pads, in order to reduce the risk of abuse or misuse. This measure has far-reaching repercussions that are not only limited to the consumption of zolpidem but also extend to the usage of sedative me...

Forensic medical evaluation of children who present with suspected sexual abuse: How do we know what we know?

The past 40 years have seen significant changes in the way children's genital findings are interpreted in the context of suspected sexual abuse. Many findings previously thought to be diagnostic of sexual abuse are now recognised to be normal variants, caused by other medical conditions or have insufficient specificity to make a definite diagnosis of abuse. Use of the Adams classification in recent years has provided a common language and practical framework for describing and categorising genital finding...

A Randomized, Crossover Study on the Effect of Food on the Pharmacokinetic Characteristics of Morphine ARER (MorphaBond™ ER), an Abuse-Deterrent Formulation of Extended-Release Morphine.

Food can alter the pharmacokinetics of certain abuse-deterrent formulations. Morphine ARER is an oral abuse-deterrent formulation of ER morphine sulfate tablets formulated with physical and chemical properties that contribute to the abuse-deterrent aspects of the drug. This study compared the relative bioavailability of Morphine ARER in the presence and absence of food.

Distinct Functions of Endogenous Cannabinoid System in Alcohol Abuse Disorders.

Δ -tetrahydrocannabinol (Δ -THC), the principal active component in Cannabis sativa extracts such as marijuana, participates in cell signaling by binding to cell surface receptors. CB receptors (CB s) are present in both inhibitory and excitatory presynaptic terminals. CB receptors (CB s) found in neuronal subpopulations in addition to microglial cells and astrocytes and are present in both pre- and postsynaptic terminals. Subsequent to endocannabinoid (eCB) system discoveries, studies have suggested that...

Pathways from childhood sexual abuse to trait anxiety.

Children exposed to sexual abuse are at risk for developing several psychological and behavioral difficulties during adulthood. Here, direct and indirect effects of family conflict, insecurity within the family system (manifested as disengagement and/or preoccupation), and negative feelings provoked by childhood sexual abuse (CSA) on trait anxiety scores were analyzed with structural equation modeling. Both Finkelhor and Browne's traumagenic dynamics model and Davies and Cummings Emotional Security Theory w...


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