ISSN: 2455-3484 Medical Group

Journal of Addiction Medicine and Therapeutic Science  Open Access

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    The Opioid Epidemic: Can We Reverse The Historical Trend? CrossMark

    DOI Logo 10.17352/2455-3484.000026

    Published On: October 12, 2018 | Pages: 004 - 005

    Author(s): Donald J Schroeder*
    Opium derived from the condensed juice of the poppy, Papaver Somniferum, has been used as an analgesic, euphoric, and soporific for centuries. The use of opium use goes back 6000 years to China. It was initially cultivated in 3400 B.C. in Mesopotamia, and has been used therapeutically and recreationally ever since. In fact, opium was available during the time of Hippo ...
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    Gaming Disorder and Effects of Gaming on Health: An Overview CrossMark

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    Published On: October 10, 2018 | Pages: 001 - 003

    Author(s): Israel Oluwasegun Ayenigbara*
    Introduction: A video game is any software program that can be played on a computing device, such as a personal computer, gaming console or mobile phone. Video games are age and gender friendly, very popular but like other pleasurable endeavors, can have adverse consequences, which are reviewed. ...
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    A prescription guide for baclofen in Alcohol Use Disorder- For use by physicians and patients CrossMark

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    Published On: October 24, 2017 | Pages: 032 - 041

    Author(s): Sylvie Imbert, Samuel Blaise, Jacques Bérard, Renaud de Beaurepaire*, Amanda Stafford and Philippe Jaury
    Since the discovery by Olivier Ameisen that high-dose baclofen can produce a state of indifference towards alcohol in those with Alcohol Use Disorders (AUD), ...
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    Role of an Anesthesiologist in Smoking Patients Undergoing Endoscopic Procedures CrossMark

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    Published On: August 31, 2017 | Pages: 030 - 031

    Author(s): Somchai Amornyotin*
    Physicians generally know that smoking increases the risks of post procedural morbidity and mortality. Stopping smoking before surgery and other medical procedures has been shown to improve procedural outcomes. Anesthesiologists are well-positioned as periprocedural physicians to take full advantage of the leadership role in the area of smoking cessation. ...
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    Alcohol Calculations in Emergency and Forensic Medicine CrossMark

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    Published On: July 14, 2017 | Pages: 024 - 029

    Author(s): John Brick* and William Bennett
    Knowing the degree of alcohol intoxication can be imperative in the decision-making process of diagnoses, treatment and discharge decisions in some situations. Blood testing provides a snapshot of intoxication at the time the sample is drawn but not earlier (e.g., at the time of injury) or later, although information of the latter would be useful in epidemiological ...
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