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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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Brief New Treatment for Suicide Attempts

Individuals with alcohol or drug use problems who are hospitalized for suicide attempt are at high risk for reattempt. This treatment development study adapts a promising outpatient intervention to prevent suicide reattempt in order to administer it during hospitalization to individuals with alcohol and drug use problems, and to test ...

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Effectiveness of a Case Management Intervention for Alcohol Use-Related Problems in Frequent Users of an Emergency Department

Methods Randomized controlled trial to evaluate the effectiveness of a Case Management programme for ED Frequent Users presenting risky alcohol use in the ED of a tertiary hospital in Barcelona. All patients between 18 and 65 years old that frequently attended Hospital Clnic of Barcelona emergency department during the previous ...

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Response to Relapse in Office-Based Opioid Treatment Trial

This study is a single-center, two-arm, 6-month (24-week), parallel group, open-label, randomized controlled trial to examine the effectiveness of two approaches to managing relapse to illicit drug use in treatment with medications for opioid use disorder (MOUD). It will compare two treatment protocols for treatment of opioid use disorder with ...

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Brain Dopaminergic Signaling in Opioid Use Disorders

Objectives: Primary objective is to assess whether the balance between dopamine D1 (D1R) and D2 receptors (D2R) signaling in striatum is disrupted in participants with an opioid use disorder (OUD) who are on opioid agonist medication (MAT+: methadone or buprenorphine) relative to OUD participants treated with the opioid antagonist medication ...

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The Interplay Between Addiction to Tobacco Smoking and Sleep Quality Among Healthy Adults

Scientific background Tobacco smoking is a major health problem, leading to considerable morbidity and mortality due to cancer, pulmonary illnesses, and cardiovascular diseases (Taghizadeh, Vonk & Boezen, 2016). The main psychoactive and addictive substance in tobacco is nicotine (Zaparoli & Galduroz, 2012). Nicotine addiction is a complex phenomenon that involves ...

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Modification of Alternative Reward Cue Reactivity and Cognitive Control Through Physical Activity in Human Tobacco Use Disorder

This study will test the hypothesis that physical exercise training modifies alternative reward cue reactivity and cognitive control in tobacco use disorder and that these modifications mediate the effect of exercise on abstinence. Continued physical exercise training was shown to reduce tobacco consumption and prevent relapse in tobacco use disorder ...

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A Therapeutic Workplace to Address Poverty and Substance Use

Addiction is a chronic relapsing disorder. High magnitude and long-duration voucher-based abstinence reinforcement is one of the most effective treatments for alcohol and drug addiction and can maintain abstinence over extended periods of time, but practical methods of implementing these interventions are needed. Workplaces could be ideal and practical vehicles ...

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HCV Reinfection After DAA Therapy in PWID in Belgium

This protocol is an adapted version of the protocol 'Hepatitis C reinfection after successful directly acting antiviral treatment: A North-Atlantic multicenter interventional study'. The investigators will plan this study so that the data are similar to this protocol and results can be compared within this alliance of hepatologists with special ...

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Pilot Syndros Decreasing Use of Opioids in Breast Cancer Subjects With Bone Mets

This a prospective single arm study enrolling patients with bone metastases from breast cancer who have been on opioid therapy for bone pain for at least 4 weeks. All patients start on Syndros at 4.2 mg po BID for 3 days, if tolerated without side effects the dose is increased ...

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Isradipine Enhancement of Virtual Reality Cue Exposure for Smoking Cessation

The current protocol will apply a pharmacologic augmentation strategy informed by basic research in animal models of addiction. Our goal is to evaluate the enhancing effect of isradipine, an FDA-approved calcium channel blocker, on the extinction of cravinga key mechanism of drug relapse after periods of abstinence. To activate craving ...

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