Kerman University of Medical Sciences
1. A Study of the Phenomenology of Psychosis Induced by Methamphetamine: ‎A Preliminary Research

Alireza Ghaffari-Nejad; Hassan Ziaadini; Samaneh Saffari-Zadeha; Ali Kheradmand; Fatemeh Pouya

Volume 6, 3-4 , Summer 2014, , Pages 105-111

Abstract
  Background: Psychotic disorder due to industrial drug, such as methamphetamine addiction, is one of the important causes for referral to psychiatric hospital. Psychotic symptoms in these patients are varied. A group of researchers believe that methamphetamine-induced psychosis is completely similar to ...  Read More

2. The Study of Substructures of Addiction Phenomena in High School Students Using Problem Finding Workshops

Manzumeh Shamsi Meymandi; Hossein Safizadeh; Kouros Divsalar; Ramin Rastegariyanzadeh; Gioia Heravi; Majid Mahmoodi; Ali Kheradmand

Volume 3, 1-2 , Winter 2011

Abstract
  Background: Addiction is one of the complicated problems in Iranian young population. The social and cultural dimensions of this social disease are less considered. So considering socio-cultural and environmental resources, this study investigated the substructures of addiction according to the viewpoints ...  Read More

3. Substance Misuse Patterns and Blood Types of Self-Introduced Addicts to Substance Rehabilitation Centers of Bam City

Mohammadreza Aflatoonian; Hassan Ziaaddini; Ali Kheradmand; Manzumeh Shamsi Meimandi; Kouros Divsalar; Majid Mahmoodi

Volume 2, 3-4 , Spring 2010

Abstract
  Background: With regard to the perceptible population, cultural, social and environmental changes in the aftermath of the earthquake in Bam City, this study was conducted to pinpoint substance misuse patterns and to figure out the probable relationship between substance misuse and blood types of the ...  Read More

4. Comparing the Social Skills of Students Addicted to Computer Games with Normal Students

Eshrat Zamani; Ali Kheradmand; Maliheh Cheshmi; Ahmad Abedi; Nasim Hedayati

Volume 2, 3-4 , Spring 2010

Abstract
  Background: This study aimed to investigate and compare the social skills of students addicted to computer games with normal students. The dependent variable in the present study is the social skills. Methods: The study population included all the students in the second grade of public secondary school ...  Read More

5. Exploit the Developed Countries Experiences of Primary School Education to Prevent Drug Addiction and Implications for Iran

Ali Kheradmand; Eshrat Zamani; Nassim Hedayati

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Autumn 2009

Abstract
  Abstract Backgrounds: The purpose of this study was to evaluate various educations in primary schools to prevent drug addiction. Methods: In this qualitative study, data included the experiences of those who been students in the developed countries for some years as well as their parents. The ...  Read More

6. Psychosis following Tramadol Withdrawal

Ghodratolah Rajabizadeh; Ali Kheradmand; Mansoureh Nasirian

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Autumn 2009

Abstract
  Abstract Background: Tramadol is a centrally acting opioid analgesic used to treat moderate to sever pain. It has more advantage and less opioid adverse effects than conventional opioid analgesia. Case Report: This article reports a patient with tramadol dependency that had psychosis after tramadol ...  Read More

7. Opiate Dependents’ Experiences of the Therapeutic Relationship in Methadone Centers; A Qualitative Study

Nabi Banazadeh; Ali Kheradmand; Heidarali Abedi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Autumn 2009

Abstract
  Abstract Background: Methadone maintenance therapy is a treatment of choice for opiate addiction. Understanding opiate dependents’ experiences of patients' treatment is a key to continue the treatment and can provide help to revise the standards of methadone centers and improve the quality ...  Read More

8. Rare Variant of Lycanthropy and Ecstasy

Mansoureh Nasirian; Nabi Banazadeh; Ali Kheradmand

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Autumn 2009

Abstract
  Abstract Background: Lycanthropy is an unusual belief or delusion in which the patient thinks that he/she has been transformed into an animal. In rare cases, the patient believes that another person has been transformed into an animal. Case Report: We report a patient with an uncommon variant ...  Read More

9. Prevalence of Cigarette Smoking in Schizophrenic Patients Compared to Other Hospital Admitted Psychiatric Patients

Hassan Ziaaddini; Ali Kheradmand; Mostafa Vahabi

Volume 1, Issue 1 , Autumn 2009

Abstract
  Abstract Background: This study aimed to estimate the prevalence of cigarette smoking and some of the related factors among schizophrenic and other hospitalized psychiatric patients. Methods: This was a cross-sectional study on 120 patients hospitalized in Shahid Beheshti hospital in Kerman ...  Read More