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Associations between methamphetamine use, psychiatric comorbidities and treatment outcome in two inpatient rehabilitation centers

Erscheinung: 2019 / Psychiatry Research

The use of methamphetamine is spreading globally and provokes the need for effective treatment options. Previous research showed increased psychiatric comorbidities in methamphetamine users, but its impact on treatment success is still unclear. This study investigates data from two German addiction rehabilitation centers including 108 methamphetamine using individuals. The participants were tested and interviewed at the beginning of the addiction treatment program and at the end of treatment after about six months. In total, 95% of the participants had at least another psychiatric diagnosis. At admission, substance related comorbid diagnoses (meaning abuse or addiction of other substances than methamphetamine) showed a significant effect on treatment dropout. Within the substance related diagnoses, the majority of participants (62%) suffered from cannabinoid dependency. Non-substance related comorbidities and the total number of comorbid diagnoses did not have an impact on treatment outcome. The most frequent non substance specific diagnosis at admission was a depressive disorder (15%). Diagnoses patients had at discharge did not show any effects on the treatment completion. Comparing diagnoses at admission and discharge revealed slight differences, which may rise from a better assessment at discharge due to the fact that clinicians got to know the patients better during the therapeutic process.

Autoren: Proebstl Lisa, Kamp Felicia, Hager Laura, Krause Daniela, Riebschläger M., Neumann S., Schacht-Jablonowsky M., Schreiber Anne, Straif Maximilian, Manz K., Soyka Michael, Koller Gabi

ICF basierte Messung der funktionalen Gesundheit im Verlauf der stationären neurologischen Rehabilitation nach Schlaganfall

Erscheinung: 2019 / DRV-Schriftenband 117

Autoren: Lamprecht J., Sickert A., Clahn K., Sailer M.

Applying functional near-infrared spectroscopy on gait in people with Multiple Sclerosis: A pilot study (Prefrontal activation and gait in MS)

Erscheinung: 2019 / Otto von Guericke Universität Magdeburg

Autoren: Broscheid K.-C., Lamprecht J., Sailer M., Schega L.

Evaluation of gait automaticity in people with Multiple Sclerosis using fNIRS: A pilot study

Erscheinung: 2019 / Proceedings der DVS-Jahrestagung Biomechanik

Autoren: Broscheid K.-C., Lamprecht J., Sailer M., Schega L.

Defining spasticity: a new approach considering current movement disorders terminology and botulinum toxin therapy

Erscheinung: 2018 / Journal of Neurology

Spasticity is a symptom occurring in many neurological conditions including stroke, multiple sclerosis, hypoxic brain damage, traumatic brain injury, tumours and heredodegenerative diseases. It affects large numbers of patients and may cause major disability. So far, spasticity has merely been described as part of the upper motor neurone syndrome or defined in a narrowed neurophysiological sense. This consensus organised by IAB—Interdisciplinary Working Group Movement Disorders wants to provide a brief and practical new definition of spasticity—for the first time—based on its various forms of muscle hyperactivity as described in the current movement disorders terminology. We propose the following new definition system: Spasticity describes involuntary muscle hyperactivity in the presence of central paresis. The involuntary muscle hyperactivity can consist of various forms of muscle hyperactivity: spasticity sensu strictu describes involuntary muscle hyperactivity triggered by rapid passive joint movements, rigidity involuntary muscle hyperactivity triggered by slow passive joint movements, dystonia spontaneous involuntary muscle hyperactivity and spasmscomplex involuntary movements usually triggered by sensory or acoustic stimuli. Spasticity can be described by a documentation system grouped along clinical picture(axis 1), aetiology (axis 2), localisation (axis 3) and additional central nervous system deficits (axis 4). Our new definition allows distinction of spasticity components accessible to BT therapy and those inaccessible. The documentation sheet presented provides essential information for planning of BT therapy.

Autoren: Dressler Dirk, Bhidayasiri Roongroj, Bohlega Saeed, Chana Pedro , Colosimo Carlo, Chien Hsin Fen , Chung Tae Mo, Ebke Markus, Fedoroff Klemens, Frank Bernd, Kaji Ryuji , Kanovsky Petr, Koçer Serdar, Micheli Federico , Orlova Olga, Paus Sebastian, Pirtosek Zvezdan , Relja Maja, Rosales Raymond L. , Sagástegui-Rodríguez José Alberto , Schoenle Paul W., Shahidi Gholam Ali , Timerbaeva Sofia, Walter Uwe, Saberi Fereshte Adib

Schwierigkeiten der Emotionsregulation bei alkoholabhängigen Patienten mit komorbiden posttraumatischen Belastungsstörungen

Erscheinung: 2018 / Suchttherapie

Autoren: Lotzin Annett, Lejeune Nina, Chuey-Ferrer Laycen, Schäfer I.

Was ist mit den katamnestischen Nicht-Antwortenden (Non-Respondern) in der Suchtrehabilitation?

Erscheinung: 2018 / DRV-Schriftenband 113

Autoren: Bernert S., Krüger T., Missel Peter, Weissinger Volker, Koch A., Spyra Karla

Bewertungen eines telefonischen Nachsorgeangebotes in der Suchtrehabilitation bei Alkoholabhängigkeit – Ergebnisse einer qualitativen Teilnehmerbefragung

Erscheinung: 2018 / DRV-Schriftenband 113

Autoren: Krüger T., Michel E., Missel Peter, Spyra Karla

Prävalenz des Erwachsenen-ADHS bei alkoholabhängigen Patienten in stationärer Entwöhnung

Erscheinung: 2018 / DRV-Schriftenband 113

Autoren: Weber Tillmann, Luderer M., Sick C., Kaplan-Wickel N., Richter A., Reinhard I., Kiefer F.

Asthma-Selbstmanagement am Arbeitsplatz: Bedingungsfaktoren und Ansatzpunkte möglicher Interventionen – Eine qualitative Studie

Erscheinung: 2018 / DRV-Schriftenband 113

Autoren: Heinrichs K., Vu-Eickmann P., Hummel S., Gholami J., Loerbroks A.

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