Antonio Tejero

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INTRODUCTION Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) is the most studied Axis II disorders. However, there are no Spanish versions of specific interviews. The Diagnostic Interview for Borderlines-Revised (DIB-R) is a semistructured interview used to determine the diagnosis and severity of BPD patients. The aim of this study was to validate the DIB-R for use(More)
E-Health systems are experiencing an impulse in these last years, when many medical agencies began to include digital solutions into their platforms. Electronic Health Records (EHRs) are one of the most important improvements, being in its most part a patient-oriented tool. To achieve a completely operational EHR platform, security and privacy problems have(More)
A case of an anterior interosseous nerve palsy associated with a Monteggia fracture-dislocation is presented. The fracture of the ulna was reduced and stabilized with a plate, and the proximal radioulnar dislocation was also reduced. The nerve recovery was spontaneous and complete. A satisfactory result was obtained, without pain or functional sequelae.
The processes of change dimension of Prochaska and DiClemente's transtheoretical model of change is tested in a sample of opiate addicts for the first time. A self-report (The Processes of Change Inventory for Opiate Addicts, PCI-OA) designed to assess the frequency of processes of change was administered in a sample of 178 heroin addicts in order to study(More)
BACKGROUND Emotional instability has been extensively considered the main core of the borderline personality disorder (BPD) that is characterised by an important bias towards emotional information. The aim of this study was to determine the emotional bias in patients with BPD by means of an emotional Stroop paradigm. SAMPLING AND METHODS Sixty-one women(More)
The efficacy of methadone tapering plus amantadine to detoxify heroin-dependent patients with or without an active cocaine use disorder was studied in a closed unit with two successive double-blind, placebo-controlled, 14-day trials. In the first trial, 40 heroin-dependent inpatients with an active cocaine use disorder were treated using methadone tapering,(More)
The purpose of this study is to describe the characteristics of a statistical technique appropriate for analysing multi-episode data (multi-episode survival analysis), and to show its application in modelling the flow of readmissions at an inpatient detoxification unit. Data are from 784 opioid-dependent patients admitted at an inpatient detoxification(More)
The past two decades have been characterized by marked progress in the development of effective cognitive- behavioral therapies for cocaine dependence, for which no generally effective pharmacotherapies have been identified. The increasing literature on the efficacy of several types of cognitive-behavioral therapies (community reinforcement approach plus(More)
This study was aimed at determining whether thrice-weekly administration of buprenorphine is as effective as daily administration for treating opioid dependence. A total of 60 treatment-seeking opioid addicts were randomly assigned to take buprenorphine tablets sublingually either every day (8 mg) or thrice-weekly (16 mg on Mondays and Wednesdays and 24 mg(More)