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OMT patients who use needle exhange services - Do they still benefit from treatment?. Linn Gjersing & Anne Line Bretteville-Jensen. Opioid maintenance treatment. Administration of opioids Effective Improve somatic health Reduce Opioid use Mortality risk Criminal activity. Objectives.

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omt patients who use needle exhange services do they still benefit from treatment

OMT patients who use needle exhange services-Do they still benefit from treatment?

Linn Gjersing & Anne Line Bretteville-Jensen

opioid maintenance treatment
Opioid maintenancetreatment
  • Administrationofopioids
    • Effective
      • Improvesomatichealth
      • Reduce
        • Opioiduse
        • Mortality risk
        • Criminalactivity
objectives
Objectives
  • OMT ptswhocontinue drug use
    • Benefit from treatment?
      • Differ from other opioid users?
        • Previous OMT pts
        • Never in OMT?
methods
Methods
  • Cross-sectionalstudy (2002-2011)
  • Needle-exchange program
  • Interviews
description of sample
Descriptionofsample
  • N=1,827
    • 1,102 Never in OMT
      • 34.6 yrs
    • 358 Current OMT pts
      • 37.4 yrs
    • 367 Previous OMT pts
      • 37.6 yrs
  • 1/3 women

70% methadone

30% subutex/subuxone

theft 2002 2011 n 1795
Theft2002-2011 n=1795

*Logisticregressionanalysis

overdose previous month 2002 2011 n 1795
Overdose previousmonth2002-2011 n=1795

*Logisticregressionanalysis

overdose previous month 2006 2011 n 930
Overdose previousmonth2006-2011 n=930

*Logisticregressionanalysis

summary
Summary
  • OMT pts
    • Higherproportionwithlong-termaccomodation
    • Less
      • Homeless
      • Heroin and amphetamine
      • Injections
      • Illegal activites
      • Overdoses previousmonth
  • Methadone
    • Less overdoses
  • OMT ptswhocontinue to use drugs and inject still benefit from treatment
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