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I dati presentati a Global Addiction generano preoccupazione relativamente all'efficacia delle attuali misure per il trattamento della dipendenza da oppioidi
Date:5/7/2013

le di alcun genere, nonostante vi siano prove del fatto che tale sostegno è in grado di migliorare gli esiti del trattamento[1]
  • Esiste una notevole differenza nella percezione delle diverse opzioni di trattamento, anche se la scelta informata del paziente è considerata critica per l'accesso dei pazienti alla terapia e per i relativi esiti[1]
  • Secondo le direttive della OMS del 2008, è stato dimostrato che la normalizzazione della dipendenza con una terapia presso un ente di assistenza sanitaria di base ha un impatto positivo sugli esiti del trattamento. In Francia, i medici che hanno erogato la terapia erano quasi esclusivamente medici di base (93%) e i dati hanno dimostrato che la Francia è stata particolarmente associata al tasso più basso di overdose (2%) e al tasso più alto di occupazione dei pazienti (59%).[1]

  • "Questi risultati evidenziano che, sebbene negli ultimi anni siano stati fatti notevoli progressi nel passaggio da un modello di limitazione del danno a una piattaforma di cura per la guarigione, gli attuali sistemi di terapia non sono ancora in grado di conseguire esiti ottimali per la maggior parte dei pazienti", commenta Icro Maremmani, co-Presidente di Global Addiction e Docente di Medicina delle Farmacotossicodipendenze all'Università di Pisa, Italia. "L'incontro di menti tra i principali legislatori e specialisti medici europei in occasione di Global Addiction segna un ulteriore progresso nel percorso verso la normalizzazione delle dipendenze e il conseguimento della guarigione per i pazienti. L'incontro è una piattaforma di discussione sui contesti per lo sviluppo di valide stime dei costi della dipendenza da oppioidi non trattata e per la creazione di un approccio innovativo nella comparazione dei risultati ottenuti con la gestione degli oppioidi, inclusa l'acquisizione dei risultati relativi a quattro aspetti: mo
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