Eduardo Barbudo del Cura

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Schizophrenia is a chronic disease of body and mind that affects 1% of the population. The existence of the person with schizophrenia should be understood, at least, from two perspectives: one considering the integration of the individual into the social community, another understanding that there is a patient with a medical problem treatable with(More)
Zolpidem is an imidazopyridine, which acts at the benzodiacepine omega1 receptor subtype. Zolpidem was marketed as a short-acting hypnotic and it was assumed that had a lower potential for abuse than benzodiacepines. Since 1993, several cases of zolpidem dependence have been reported. We have observed three patients with abuse, dependence and withdrawal(More)
INTRODUCTION Addiction characteristics as prognostic factors in opiate dependence treatment were studied. Thus, several factors related to previous opiate consumption record were considered (current heroin route, amount of heroin, onset age of heroin consumption, time of heroin consumption, other drug consumption record). OBJECTIVE To establish the(More)
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