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When the two reviewers arrived at different decisions about whether to include or exclude an article cheap 100mg luvox with mastercard, they reconciled the difference through review and discussion trusted 100mg luvox, or through a third-party arbitrator if needed purchase luvox 100mg with amex. Full-text articles meeting our eligibility criteria were included for data abstraction. Relevant review articles, meta-analyses, and methods articles were flagged for ES-6 manual searching of references and cross-referencing against the library of citations identified through electronic database searching. All screening decisions were made and tracked in a DistillerSR database (Evidence Partners Inc. Data Extraction The research team created data abstraction forms and evidence table templates for each KQ. Based on clinical and methodological expertise, a pair of investigators was assigned to abstract data from each eligible article. One investigator abstracted the data, and the second reviewed the completed abstraction form alongside the original article to check for accuracy and completeness. Quality Assessment of Individual Studies We evaluated the quality of individual studies using the approach described in the Methods 23 Guide. Criteria of interest for all studies included similarity of groups at baseline, extent to which outcomes were described, blinding of subjects and providers, blinded assessment of the outcome(s), intention-to-treat analysis, and differential loss to followup between the compared groups or overall high loss to followup. Criteria specific to RCTs included methods of randomization and allocation concealment. For observational studies, additional elements such as methods for selection of participants, measurement of interventions/exposures, addressing any design-specific issues, and controlling for confounding were considered. We summarized our assessments by assigning overall ratings of good, fair, or poor to each study. Data Synthesis We began our data synthesis by summarizing key features of the included studies for each KQ: patient characteristics; clinical settings; interventions; and intermediate, final, and adverse event outcomes. We grouped interventions by drug class; in this context, we considered all non- dihydropyridine calcium channel blocker drugs to be similar enough to be grouped together and all beta blocker drugs to be similar enough to be grouped together. Similarly, we categorized procedures into electrical cardioversion, AVN ablation, AF ablation by PVI (either open surgical, minimally invasive, or transcatheter procedures), and surgical Maze procedures, and explored comparisons among these categories. For the KQs focusing on pharmacological agents versus procedures (KQ 3 and KQ 5), we also explored grouping all pharmacological agents together and comparing them with all procedures. Finally for our evaluation of rate- versus rhythm-control strategies (KQ 6), we grouped all rate-control strategies together and all rhythm- control strategies together regardless of the specific agent or procedure. We determined the appropriateness of a quantitative synthesis (i. Where at least three comparable studies reported the same outcome, we used random-effects models to synthesize the available evidence quantitatively using Comprehensive Meta-Analysis software (Version 2; Biostat, Englewood, NJ). We tested for heterogeneity using graphical displays and test statistics ES-7 2 (Q and I statistics), while recognizing that the ability of statistical methods to detect heterogeneity may be limited. For comparison, we also performed fixed-effect meta-analyses. We present summary estimates, standard errors, and confidence intervals in our data synthesis. Unless noted otherwise, when we were able to calculate odds ratios (ORs), we assumed that an OR between 0. Strength of the Body of Evidence We rated the strength of evidence for each KQ and outcome using the approach described in 23,28 the Methods Guide. In brief, the approach requires assessment of four domains: risk of bias, consistency, directness, and precision. Additional domains were used when appropriate: strength of association (magnitude of effect) and publication bias (as assessed through a search of ClinicalTrials. These domains were considered qualitatively, and a summary rating of high, moderate, or low strength of evidence was assigned after discussion by two reviewers. In some cases, high, moderate, or low ratings were impossible or imprudent to make—for example, when no evidence was available or when evidence on the outcome was too weak, sparse, or inconsistent to permit any conclusion to be drawn. In these situations, a grade of insufficient was assigned. Applicability We assessed applicability across the KQs using the method described in the Methods 23,29 Guide. In brief, we used the PICOTS format to organize information relevant to applicability. The most important applicability issue is whether the outcomes observed in any individual study, with its specific patient population and method of implementing treatments, can confidently be extrapolated to a broader context. We used these data to evaluate the applicability to clinical practice, paying special attention to study eligibility criteria, demographic features of the enrolled population compared with the target population, characteristics of the intervention used compared with care models currently in use, and clinical relevance and timing of the outcome measures. We summarized issues of applicability qualitatively. Results Figure B depicts the flow of articles through the literature search and screening process.
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It is not known whether blocking of the with different receptor selectivity (86) purchase luvox 100 mg line. In preliminary stud- G coupling alters the development of physical dependence order 100mg luvox with mastercard,s ies cheap luvox 100 mg with mastercard, the Kreek laboratory showed that there is altered respon- however. In possibly related studies, Jeziorski and White sivity both in former heroin addicts and in former cocaine showed that the NMDA antagonist, MK-801, prevents de- addicts, as well as those with combined heroin opioid and velopment of behavioral sensitization during chronic mor- cocaine dependency (87). Sensitization has been suggested to be ters; this group comprises fast-acting neurotransmitters in- related to drug reward or craving. Possibly in contrast, cluding excitatory amino acids such as glutamate and Churchill, Roques, and Kalivas found that dopamine deple- slower-acting neurotransmitters such as norepinephrine, tion, such as may happen during chronic opiate, as well as epinephrine, and serotonin, as well as dopamine, and a vari- 1498 Neuropsychopharmacology: The Fifth Generation of Progress ety of neuropeptides. Very few studies have been conducted to novelty or to risk and used different strains of rats, as well in models using chronic heroin or morphine administration, as mice. Similarly, more recent studies looked not simply at or self-administration, using long-term, high-dose, regularly the acute effects of drugs of abuse, but also at the subacute spaced intermittent administration or by long-access, high- and chronic effects of drugs of abuse and the impact of dose, self-administration, mimicking the human pattern of withdrawal from such drugs on components of the stress- heroin abuse. Further work will be central to detail the long- responsive axis. Even more recent studies went on to study term effects and, also of special interest, the effects of the levels of gene expression and the impact of exposure to drugs withdrawal and reexposure to mimic relapse. However, of abuse over a defined time course of exposure on gene qualitatively and quantitatively different changes have been expression, first on 'early gene response' and then, more found during chronic morphine or heroin administration recently, on changes of expression of many other specific by different patterns, dose, and routes of administration. The interactions of the dopaminergic system on the HPA Physiologic Systems and Behaviors axis as well as the effects of catecholamines on this axis have Primarily Altered been studied in both animal models and in humans. It is clear that opiates, like cocaine but to a much lesser extent, Stress Responsivity: Possible Implications for cause an elevation in dopaminergic tone, especially in the Opiate Addiction mesolimbic-mesocortical dopaminergic system. However, An atypical responsivity to stress and stressors existing on as discussed earlier, several groups have shown that although a drug-induced basis or possibly a priori, on a genetic or this is a reproducible phenomenon, the mesolimbic-meso- environmental basis, as one component of the 'metabolic cortical dopaminergic system is not essential for heroin or basis' of heroin addiction was a concept that was hypothe- morphine self-administration, and animals that have re- sized by the Kreek group in 1964, and it was therefore ceived lesions abolishing this mesolimbic-mesocortical do- addressed directly in our prospective studies started at that paminergic system readily self-administer opiates such as time and completed in 1972, as well as in other early basic morphine. This finding is in sharp contrast to that which clinical research studies (6,85,88–92). Several laboratories pertains for cocaine self-administration in which lesions of went on to study, in humans, the impact of drugs of abuse the mesolimbic-mesocortical dopaminergic system abolish and specifically heroin, but also morphine, (as used in a cocaine self-administration. Thus, the role of dopamine in single dose or on a chronic basis in the pharmacotherapy the well-established acute morphine activation of the HPA of pain), on one component of stress response, the hypotha- axis in rodents is of interest, but it may be a related, but lamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis (6,93–108). Long-term not central, component of the mechanism underlying self- studies in animal models came later, however, and were administration. More recent studies performed in transgenic performed by many different groups (6,8,109–118). The mice have had a deletion or knockout of DARPP-32, an initiation of these studies was predicated not only on the obligatory component of the signal transduction mecha- clinical research, which clearly documented that opiates nisms after activation of primarily dopaminergic D1 recep- suppress the HPA axis in humans and continue to do so tors; a profound attenuation of the well-established cocaine during the long-term self-administration of short-acting op- effect of enhancing hormones of the HPA axis, including iates such as heroin, but also, and very importantly, that adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH) and corticosterone normalization of this HPA axis occurs during steady-dose levels, was found (110). Parallel studies using this model to long-term methadone maintenance treatment, findings that explore the impact of this deletion on the well-established were made in rigorous studies and reported as early as 1972 acute morphine activation of this axis have yet to be con- (6,89,90). Studies reported from the late 1970s onward have ducted. Further more have the opposite response to acute opiate administration recent studies in humans have shown that this modulation than do humans; that is, activation of the HPA axis occurs. Studies in drug-naive healthy humans, as well as in formerly In the middle to late 1980s, several groups began to study opiate-dependent healthy humans, and in active heroin ad- the concept that stress and the response to stress, as well as dicts have shown that the first, or initial, acute administra- novelty and risk-seeking, may contribute to self-administra- tion of a short-acting opiate, such as morphine or heroin, tion of drugs of abuse, including opiates, and parallel studies as well as the first or initial acute administration of a long- showed that drugs of abuse including opiates, cocaine, and acting opioid, such as methadone, will cause suppression of alcohol perturb components of the stress-responsive systems the stress-response systems. The initial studies measured primarily self-administration of short-acting opiates, such as heroin, specific behaviors after assessment of the relative response leads to a continuing suppression of this HPA axis. In con- Chapter 104: Neurobiology and Pathophysiology of Opiate Addiction 1499 trast, many rigorous studies have shown with chronic ad- many other investigators, further documented that stress ministration of a long-acting opioid, such as methadone, and stressors, in addition to cues of drug use, and 'prim- which allows steady-state profusion of -opioid receptors ing,' or reexposure to a drug, may play an important role in humans and which is provided during methadone main- in relapse to self-administration of drugs of abuse (99,103, tenance treatment of heroin addiction, one sees normaliza- 104,114–118). Moreover, various studies (99,103,104, tion of this axis (6,8,9,85,89–95,100–101). When administered on well as of similar stress-responsive genes in other parts of a chronic basis in humans or in rodents, short-acting opiates the brain, not directly involved in the HPA axis (109,112, such as heroin and morphine cause suppression of the HPA 113). Corticotropin-releasing factor, indirectly and directly axis and with no sustained activation in rodents. During measured, for instance in the work of Weiss and Koob, was either spontaneous or naloxone-precipitated withdrawal, shown to play a potentially very important role in particular one sees activation of the hormones of the HPA axis in all aspects of withdrawal from drugs of abuse and in relapse species studied. Recently, an animal model was designed to mimic more closely the human pattern of heroin administration, with Studies in Novel Animal Models multiple short-acting opiate (morphine) administrations given at evenly spaced intervals over a single day; activation Since the mid-1990s, investigators have increasingly devel- of the HPA axis with elevation of levels of ACTH and oped and used animal models that more closely mimic corticosterone was found (111). In addition, as part of this human patterns of drug abuse and emulate the pharmacoki- initial study of the effects of acute intermittent morphine, netic situation that pertains during treatment of addictions, but given in a mode more closely similar to that in the such as the pharmacotherapy of heroin addiction, which human heroin addict, the impact of a superimposed stress has been successful primarily by using long-acting, specific on the effects of morphine was also studied (111). A modest -opioid-receptor–directed agonists, and also a partial ago- stress of water restriction was applied that, like acute mor- nist, including methadone, L- -acelytmethadol (LAAM), phine, also significantly increased the ACTH levels. How- and more recently buprenorphine (with its abuse potential ever, when morphine was concomitantly administered to minimized by the addition of the non–orally bioavailable the animals undergoing modest water restriction, morphine antagonist naloxone). These findings may have parallels a human pattern of addiction was the development enormous implications for the human condition, in which of the binge pattern cocaine (investigator) administration morphine or heroin may act immediately to attenuate any model.