Kerman University of Medical Sciences
1. Post-operative Analgesia in Opioid Dependent Patients: Comparison of ‎Intravenous Morphine and Sublingual Buprenorphine

Shaabanali Alizadeh; Ghafar‏ ‏Ali Mahmoudi; Hassan Solhi; Bahman Sadeghi-Sedeh; Reza Behzadi; Amir Mohammad Kazemifar

Volume 7, 1-2 , Winter 2015, , Pages 60-65

Abstract
  Background: Acute and chronic pain is prevalent in patients with opioid dependence. Lack of knowledge concerning the complex relationship between pain, opioid use, and withdrawal syndrome can account for the barriers encountered for pain management. This study was designed to evaluate the efficacy of ...  Read More

2. Does Ingestion of Tincture of Opium Notably Raise Blood Alcohol Concentration?‎

Hassan Solhi; Bahman Sadeghi-Sedeh; Pardis Emami; Mohammad Jamalian; Amir Mohammad Kazemifar

Volume 6, 3-4 , Summer 2014, , Pages 100-104

Abstract
  Background: Tincture of opium (TOP) is currently used for maintenance therapy in treatment of opioids addiction. It contains ethanol. The present study was conducted to assess the increase in blood alcohol concentration (BAC) in its users; a process which may interfere with breath-alcohol test performed ...  Read More

3. Beneficial Effects of Rosmarinus Officinalis for Treatment of Opium Withdrawal Syndrome during Addiction Treatment Programs: A Clinical Trial

Hassan Solhi; Bahman Salehi; Abbas Alimoradian; Shirin Pazouki; Mohsen Taghizadeh; Ali Mohammad Saleh; Amir Mohammad Kazemifar

Volume 5, 3-4 , Summer 2013, , Pages 90-94

Abstract
  Background: Withdrawal syndrome may influence patient's motivation for participation in addiction treatment programs. Management of the symptoms can improve the success rate of addiction treatment programs. In the present study, we have evaluated the efficiency of an herbal product as adjunct therapy ...  Read More