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The ASAM Principles of Addiction Medicine Seventh edition

ISBN: 9781975201562
ISBN: 9781975201562
Διαστάσεις 28 × 21 cm



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Principles of Addiction Medicine, 7th ed is a fully reimagined resource, integrating the latest advancements and research in addiction treatment. Prepared for physicians in internal medicine, psychiatry, and nearly every medical specialty, the 7th edition is the most comprehensive publication in addiction medicine. It  offers detailed information to help physicians navigate addiction treatment for all patients, not just those seeking treatment for SUDs. Published by the American Society of Addiction Medicine and edited by Shannon C. Miller, MD, Richard N. Rosenthal, MD, Sharon Levy, MD, Andrew J. Saxon, MD, Jeanette M. Tetrault, MD, and Sarah E. Wakeman, MD, this edition is a testament to the collective experience and wisdom of 350 medical, research, and public health experts in the field.

The exhaustive content, now in vibrant full color, bridges science and medicine and offers new insights and advancements for evidence-based treatment of SUDs. This foundational textbook for medical students, residents, and addiction medicine/addiction psychiatry fellows, medical libraires and institution, also serves as a comprehensive reference for everyday clinical practice and policymaking. Physicians, mental health practitioners, NP, PAs, or public officials who need reference material to recognize and treat substance use disorders will find this an invaluable addition to their professional libraries.

  • Fifteen sections comprised of 128 fully updated or new chapters provide in-depth content on Basic Science and Core Principles of SUDs, Pharmacology, Diagnosis/Intervention, Non-Substance Addictions, Children and Adolescents, Withdrawal Management, Pharmacological Treatment, Psychological Treatment, Mutual Help, Co-Occurring Disorders, Pain and Addiction, and Ethical, Legal, and Liability Issues.
  • Addresses SUDs and complications for cardiology, gastroenterology, hepatology, endocrinology, pulmonology, obstetrics, nephrology, emergency medicine, immunology, surgery.
  • Includes all new content, including a full section on Epidemiology and Prevention, and chapters covering digital health interventions, all forms of psychologically-based interventions, collaborative care, cannabis used as treatment, electronic drug delivery devices, neuromodulation, emerging substances, climate change, industry influences on addiction, spirituality and mutual help, disorders associated with technology and social media, virtual care, reducing inequalities through changes in practice, OTP leadership, treatment considerations for LGBTQ patients, neurobiological determinants of addiction in children and adolescents, as well as race, ethnicity, and social determinants of health, disparities, and access to care.