Investigators report outcomes following implementation of a program that incorporated pharmacy student interns into a naloxone telephone outreach program.
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A scientific statement has been issued by the AHA on management of infective endocarditis in patients who inject drugs.
Investigators assessed nationwide trends in out-of-pocket expenses for naloxone treatment.
Investigators conducted a systematic assessment of US state laws regulating the prescription or dispensing of opioids.
Researchers sought to evaluate whether immunocompromised individuals infected with COVID-19 are at a higher risk for ICU admission and death compared with nonimmunocompromised individuals.
Psychotic illnesses can affect choroidal thickness, choroidal vascular volume, and choroid vascular density, but these changes vary dependent on patient sex.
Researchers sought to investigate the impact of ACT and MSR on symptoms and emotional competencies in patients with MS.
Researchers created an instrument to measure pain invalidation experienced by individuals with chronic pain.
Investigators evaluated the safety of coadministration of muscle relaxants and opioids among patients receiving long-term opioid therapy.
A team of investigators evaluated the impact of patient navigation services on opioid use among patients receiving chronic opioid therapy.
Researchers sought to evaluate the role of sleep disturbances and sleep disorders in the presence and intensity of chronic postsurgical pain.
Researchers sought to assess sleep quality in relation to PrEP adherence among young Black sexual minority men.
Researchers sought to evaluate whether acupuncture may improve symptoms of chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy.
Project reduced mean pain scores in trauma patients on medication-assisted therapy for opioid use disorder by nearly 50%.
In a Mendelian randomization, researchers evaluated whether a causal genetic relationship exists between OSA and AD or PD.
A study was conducted to gather data on the safety and efficacy of low-dose subcutaneous flumazenil for reducing benzodiazepine use and withdrawal symptoms.
Data for this study were sourced from the National Health Interview Survey (NHIS) which was conducted in 2019.
Researchers sought to assess the risk for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder in children after pediatric ischemic stroke.
Researchers sought to examine the association between the number of important subcortical wake-promoting neurons and clinical sleep phenotypes in patients with AD or PSP.
Researchers sought to establish whether patients with Tourette syndrome or chronic tic disorder are more likely to experience violent assault or be convicted of a crime.
In a systematic review and meta-analysis, researchers compared and evaluated the effect differences of multiple acupuncture therapies for patients with primary insomnia.
Presenting at the 2022 AAN Annual Meeting, researchers evaluated the overall cardiovascular burden among adult patients with narcolepsy.
Researchers sought to investigate the effects of COVID-19 infection by assessing brain changes in individuals who underwent brain scans twice who tested positive between scans or were COVID-19-free.
Study suggests monitoring IOPs in patients with suspected abusive head trauma.
The American Heart Association released its first scientific statement summarizing the potential effects of marijuana use on brain health, and the importance of clinicians monitoring marijuana use in patients.
In a cross-sectional cohort study, researchers assessed the validity of actigraphy as a sleep assessment tool in children with cerebral palsy and observed their sleep patterns.
With medical and recreational use cannabis becoming more readily available throughout the United States, mental health clinicians need to know the evidence that’s been discovered in order to counsel patients. Researchers in this review examined evidence from controlled trials in order to outline the therapeutic use of cannabinoids for various medical conditions and any possible side effects.
With patients with schizophrenia exhibiting abnormalities in the key antioxidant enzyme, superoxide dismutase (SOD), although findings have been inconsistent, there haven’t been many studies which investigated SOD in late-life schizophrenia (LLS). Researchers investigated changes in SOD activity and what relationship there was between SOD activity and psychotic symptoms, as well as cognitive deficits in LLS.
Long-term opioid therapy was associated with increased risk for new-onset depression in a recently published retrospective cohort study.
With transgender and gender non-conforming individuals in China subject to minority stress and, as a result a higher risk of adverse mental health issues, researchers aimed to review the findings of the research on transgender and gender non-conforming individuals in that country. By doing so researchers hope to give an outlook to further research that can guide clinical practice and policy.
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