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Opioid Use Disorder Clinical Trials

A listing of Opioid Use Disorder 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 (111) clinical trials

Phase I Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) Pharmacodynamic Studies of Compounds for Opioid Use Disorder and Cocaine Use Disorder

During the screening period (Study Days -3 and -2), the urine drug screen (UDS) must be negative for cocaine and opioids, and the self-reported last use of cocaine or opioids must be at least seven days prior to this result, in order to ensure that possible cocaine or opioid withdrawal ...

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Substance Dependence Satisfaction With Care and Quality Of Life

Early satisfaction with care was measured using the quality of care satisfaction questionnaire in outpatient consultation (EQS-C). Data collected during the study included patient sociodemographic, clinical and health status characteristics, as well as physician characteristics. Self-perceived quality of life was assessed using the generic SF-12 and a specific questionnaire in ...

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Gabapentin Reduces Opioid Use Postoperatively ("GROUP Study")

This study will be a randomized double blinded placebo controlled trial. All women presenting to Mount Sinai Hospital eligible for surgery with pelvic organ prolapse symptoms requiring hysterectomy with other pelvic reconstruction (repair of cystocele and/or rectocele, with or without TVT) will be provided with a written informed consent to ...

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Naloxone Auto-injector as a Universal Precaution for Patients With Opioid Substance Use Disorder

The purpose of this pilot-study is to to distribute naloxone auto-injector in a "Universal Precaution" manner to patients with opioid substance use disorder. The objectives are to decrease the number of fatal and nonfatal overdose deaths, to examine and understand the risk factors for serious opioid toxicity and overdose, and ...

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Interferon-free Antiviral Treatment of Chronic Hepatitis C Virus Infection Among Opioid-substituted Patients

The new interferon-free antiviral regimens for the treatment of chronic hepatitis C (CHC) infections achieve impressive sustained virological response (SVR) rates beyond 90%, with shorter treatment duration and reduced side effects, irrespective of previous treatment history or presence of advanced liver diseases. In Europe, the majority of HCV infections have ...

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The Effectiveness of Deep Brain Stimulation for Opioid Relapse Prevention

The nucleus accumbens (NAcc) has a significant role in the process of opiate addiction and the initiation of relapse after detoxification. There is evidence that deep brain stimulation (DBS) of the NAcc exerts a positive effect on individuals with severe heroin addiction via inhibitory action . The investigators hypothesise that ...

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Postoperative and Opioid Free Anesthesia

Since the 1960's, intraoperative administration of opioids is considered a keystone of anesthesia as well as hypnotics and muscle relaxants. Synthetic opioids were introduced to achieve hemodynamic stability during anesthesia. They allow an inhibition of the sympathetic system without cardiovascular collapse and histamine release. Since then, anesthesia has changed from ...

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NT-814: Evaluation of Its Ability to Alter the Abuse Liability of Oxycodone in an Exploratory Clinical Study

After completing the screening process, participants will be scheduled for admission onto the General Clinical Research Unit on 5-South for a 13-week study. During Week 1, participants will be detoxified from opioids. During Week 2 after the detoxification period, participants will be randomized to receive one of four maintenance doses ...

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Facilitating MAT Acceptance & Implementation in Problem Solving & Felony Courts

Although there is robust evidence for the efficacy of medication assisted treatment (MAT), e.g., buprenorphine, extended-release naltrexone, methadone, this evidence-based treatment (EBT) is not available for the majority of opioid dependent clients (ODCs) in the criminal justice (CJ) population. In a recent survey of drug courts our group found that ...

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Smoking Cessation & Opioid Dependence Treatment Integration

Tobacco smoking rates are substantially higher among individuals with substance use disorders (SUDs), relative to individuals in the general population (e.g., 97% vs. 19%, respectively). Yet most treatment programs for SUDs fail to address the use of tobacco among patients, and integration of smoking cessation treatment with SUD treatment may ...

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