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Alcohol Dependence Clinical Trials

A listing of Alcohol Dependence medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (252) clinical trials

Ketogenic Diet (KD) in Alcoholism

Alcohol intoxication leads to marked reductions in brain glucose metabolism that reflect in part the use of ketones (including acetate) as alternative energy sources by the brain during intoxication. With repeated alcohol exposure both clinical and preclinical studies have shown a shift of brain substrate preference towards ketones This has ...

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Study of Structural Imaging

Objective The purpose of this protocol is to characterize cerebellar volumes and function in alcoholics and recovery of cerebellar volume and function during early abstinence. This study also investigates how cerebrocerebellar circuits contribute to cognitive and motor impairment in alcoholism. Study Population Healthy volunteers and Inpatient participants with alcohol use ...

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Integrated Care Models to Improve Patient Centered-Outcomes

Study aims. Given the documented need for valuable information about system-level features that can be used to effectively and efficiently support adults in living well with MCC, this study is designed to achieve the following aims: Aim 1: Compare the effectiveness of High-Touch, High-Tech, and Usual Care on primary outcomes ...

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Brief Internet Intervention for Hazardous Alcohol Use to People Seeking Online Help for Depression

A double-blinded, parallel group randomized controlled trial will be used. Participants with current depression who also drink in a hazardous fashion (N=986) will be recruited for a study to 'help improve an online intervention for depression.' Participants will be assigned, by chance, to receive MoodGYM or to receive MoodGYM plus ...

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ADHD: Gaps Between Patients With Alcohol-dependence and Impact on Relapse

Some recent studies have found that adult attention deficit - hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) was frequent among patients with alcohol-dependence. However, no investigation has ever addressed whether ADHD may impact the drinking outcome. Moreover, most of the different aforementioned studies assessed ADHD using the ADHD self-report scale (ASRS). The ASRS is ...

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Treatment for Teens With Alcohol Abuse and Depression

Alcohol and other substance use disorders (AOSUDs), primarily cannabis use disorders, continue to be a significant public health concern among American adolescents. AOSUDs are commonly accompanied by co-occurring psychiatric disorders including depression. This comorbidity has been associated with increased severity of AOSUD, earlier treatment termination, poorer outcomes, and increased suicidal ...

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The Effects of an Acute Bout of Exercise on Alcohol and Cocaine Craving - an fNIRS Study

The aim of this study is to examine whether, following acute exercise bouts at moderate and high intensities, reduced craving and increased inhibitory control can be observed in alcohol or cocaine dependent individuals. As the focus of this study is the potential of exercise to be integrated into treatment, individuals ...

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Pharmacist-led Medication Review With Follow-up on Primary Care Cardiovascular Older Adult Patients.

This study was approved by the ethics committee from the Metropolitan Southeastern health service and the University of Technology Sydney (UTS)'s Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC). All patients are compelled to sign an informed consent document before the first interview, explaining that they can leave the study whenever they want ...

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Efficacy of Cognitive Bias Modification in Residential Treatment for Addiction

Eighty-eight adult inpatients completing residential treatment in the Addictions Services at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH) will be randomized to receive CBM-I daily for one week, adjunct to the residential psychosocial treatment or to an assessment-only control condition. Participants will complete clinical measures consisting of interviews and ...

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Intensive Referral to Reduce Smoking in Probationers

This is a longitudinal study of adults on probation who have a Substance Use Disorder (SUD) and smoke cigarettes. One-half of probation officers will be trained in the Intensive Referral Intervention (IRI) while one-half will deliver Standard Practice which is to encourage support group attendance. Research staff will assess fidelity ...

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