Treatment of heroin dependence with a single dose of 32mg of buprenorphine: A new inlet

Treatment of heroin dependence with a single dose of 32mg of Buprenorphine: A new inlet

Authors: Jamshid Ahmadi* MD; Professor of Psychiatry Bahare Oji MD; Resident of Psychiatry

Abstract:
Background: Heroin dependence is currently an advancing problem.
Objective: To demonstrate the efficacy of a single dose of 3 mg of buprenorphine in the treatment of
heroin dependence.
Results: A single dose of 3 mg buprenorphine is very beneficial in the treatment of heroin
dependence.
Discussion: Our study indicates that one dosage of 3 mg buprenorphine is very effective in the
treatment of heroin dependence. This is an excellent finding.
Conclusion: We conclude that a single dose of buprenorphine could manage heroin withdrawal
symptoms. This finding is a significant addition to the literature.
Key words: Buprenorphine; Heroin withdrawals

Download: Jamshid Ahmadi et al SPJPBS.2017. 5(1)029-033