International Archives of Substance Abuse and Rehabilitation is an open access, peer reviewed journal that focus upon gathering high quality research articles on the substance abuse, development of medical or psychotherapeutic treatment, for dependency on psychoactive substances such as opioid abuse, alcohol, prescription drugs, and street drugs such as cocaine, heroin or amphetamines, etc.
The journal accepts only selective articles with editor's decision to match the standards of open access scientific publishing. The journal invites research, review, cases, reports and other related type of articles covering the concepts such as, addictive personality, addictive psychology, alcohol dependence, anti-tobacco drugs, anxiety and depression, combined drug intoxication, detoxification, drug addiction, drug overdose, harm reduction, low-threshold treatment, needle-exchange-substance abuse, poly drug use, polysubstance abuse, rehabilitation, risk factors in pregnancy, self-medication, social barriers, society and culture, etc.
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Open Access DOI:10.23937/iasar-2017/1710002
Shayani Ghosh, Raka Jain, Sonali Jhanjee, Ravindra Rao and Ashwani Kumar Mishra
Article Type: Review Article | First Published: January 21, 2019
Alcohol use disorder is a growing public health concern worldwide. Accurate assessment is an important step towards effective management of the patient suffering from alcohol use disorder. Self-report often lacks accuracy and may be misleading in a hesitant patient. The use of biochemical laboratory measures such as alcohol biomarkers, often helps in obtaining independent estimations of alcohol use. The traditional biomarkers (such as Aspartate Aminotransferase, Alanine Aminotransferase or Mean ...
Open Access DOI:10.23937/iasar-2017/1710001
Article Type: Research Article | First Published: November 22, 2018
Today tobacco is the common form used for smoking. Worldwide, tobacco consumption is estimated to kill 1,000 million in the 21st century. Persons with mental illness consume about 33% of the tobacco used and nearly 46 million adults with mental illness have a smoking rate 70 percent higher than those without. Admission to the hospital provides an excellent opportunity for patients to quit smoking. A good knowledge of the hazards of smoking and cessation intervention alone is not adequate for a n...
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