HARCP

HEROIN ADDICTION AND
RELATED CLINICAL PROBLEMS

The official journal of
EUROPAD - European Opiate Addiction Treatment Association
WFTOD - World Federation for the Treatment of Opioid Dependence
Editor: Icro Maremmani, MD - Pisa, Italy, EU
Associate Editors:
Thomas Clausen, MD - Oslo, Norway
Pier Paolo Pani, MD - Cagliari, Italy, EU
Marta Torrens, MD - Barcelona, Spain, EU
Statistical Editor:
Mario Miccoli, PhD - Pisa, Italy, EU

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2005

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 1 (pages: 7 - 18)

Buprenorphine induction and stabilisation in the treatment of opiate dependence

Doran C., Holmes J., Ladewig D., Ling W.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 1 (pages: 19 - 30)

Clinical significance of electroencephalographic abnormalities in heroin addicts: Systematic review

Polunina A. G., Davydov D. M., Briun E. A.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 1 (pages: 31 - 38)

Alcohol abuse in heroin addicts: An unfolding metabolic destiny

Pacini M., Mellini A., Attilia M. L., Ceccanti M., Maremmani I.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 1 (pages: 39 - 46)

Symptomatic treatment of opiate withdrawal syndrome by low-dose buprenorphine in an in-patient setting

Fuscone A., Correale M., Romualdo M., Bianchi W.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 1 (pages: 47 - 48)

Open letter to physicians and other health care providers facing pain management during opioid agonist therapy with methadone

Payte J. T.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 2 (pages: 5 - 10)

Methadone maintenance treatment and mood disturbances: Pharmacological and psychological implications

Dyer K. R.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 2 (pages: 11 - 18)

Long-term treatment for patients with severe mental illness and substance abuse

Blix O., Eek U.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 2 (pages: 19 - 24)

Good practice, good results. Maintenance treatment outcomes in France

Coppel A.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 2 (pages: 25 - 30)

The endogenous cannabinoid system: Physiological modulation of neuronal activity

Marsicano G.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 2 (pages: 31 - 36)

Substitution treatment in European prisons. A study of policies and practices of substitution treatment in prison in 18 European countries

Hennebel L. C., Stöver

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 2 (pages: 37 - 48)

Medical meaning of psychosocial issues of heroin addiction

Pacini M., Maremmani I.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 3 (pages: 5 - 20)

Psychotherapy for patients in methadone treatment

Bignamini E., Zazza S.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 3 (pages: 21 - 26)

Buprenorphine high-dose, broad spectrum, long-term treatment: A new clinical approach to opiate alkaloid dependency

Di Petta G., Leonardi C.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 3 (pages: 27 - 32)

Correlation between high methadone dose and methadone blood level in methadone maintenance treatment patients

Peles E., Bodner G., Adelson M.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 3 (pages: 33 - 46)

Addictive disorders, bipolar spectrum and the impulsive link: The psychopathology of a self-regenerating pathway

Maremmani I., Pacini M., Perugi G.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 3 (pages: 47 - 50)

Bridging the preclinical - clinical gap

Nutt D. J., Lingford-Hughes A., Daglish M., Williams T., Taylor L., Wilson S., Davies S., Melichar J., Myles J.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 3 (pages: 51 - 52)

Mortality and retention of drug users in GP Shared Care in Glasgow

Gilhooly T.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 3 (pages: 53 - 56)

Working with the patient for optimal treatment outcomes in UK General Practice

Ford C., Oliver J., Whitehead B.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 4 (pages: 5 - 22)

Addiction and Pregnancy

Finnegan L., Amass L., Jones H., Kaltenbach K.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 4 (pages: 23 - 30)

Primary care physicians and addiction treatment in Germany. Decentralization and take-home policy

Ulmer A.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 4 (pages: 31 - 42)

Psychopathological disorders in heroin addicts and administration of risperidone during rehabilitation

Kozlov A. A., Dorovskih I. V., Doljanskaia N. A., Buzina T. S., Polunina A. G.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 4 (pages: 43 - 48)

Methadone reduces the need for antipsychotic and antimanic agents in heroin addicts hospitalized for manic and/or acute psychotic episodes

Pacini M., Maremmani I.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 4 (pages: 49 - 58)

Methadone serum concentration and its relationship to methadone dose revisited

Okruhlica L., Valentova J., Devinsky F., Formakova S., Klempova D.

Heroin Addiction and Related Clinical Problems: 2005, 07, 4 (pages: 59 - 66)

Medical and social factors determining early poly-drug dependence

Chernobrovkina T. V., Igor A. Nikiforov I. A.

 

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