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(AUDIT Alcohol Use Disorder Identification Test )
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  • Challenges in accurately assessing prenatal alcohol exposure in a study of Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder in a youth detention center. [Journal Article]
  • ACAlcohol Clin Exp Res 2018 Nov 14
  • Freeman J, Condon C, … Watkins RE
  • CONCLUSIONS: Accurately assessing prenatal alcohol consumption is challenging in any setting but it is exceptionally challenging when assessed 13-17 years retrospectively as part of a FASD assessment for a young person sentenced to detention. Recording and recoding detailed qualitative responses was required to provide an accurate assessment of PAE using the AUDIT-C. Standardized recording of PAE in antenatal and birth records would facilitate later assessments for FASD and provide opportunities for advice and support for women who continue to drink during pregnancy. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
  • New onset alcohol use disorder following bariatric surgery. [Journal Article]
  • SESurg Endosc 2018 Oct 22
  • Ibrahim N, Alameddine M, … Ghaferi AA
  • CONCLUSIONS: This is first large, multi-institutional study of AUD following SG. The prevalence of alcohol use disorder in patients undergoing SG and RYGB was similar pre- and postoperatively. The majority of patients developed AUD following their second postoperative year. Understanding the timing and incidence of alcohol use disorder in patients undergoing SG-the most commonly performed bariatric operation in the United States-is critical to providing appropriate counseling and treatment.
  • The relationship between alcohol abuse and suicide risk according to smoking status: A cross-sectional study. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Affect Disord 2019 Feb 01; 244:164-170
  • Jung M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Results must be interpreted within the study design context. Suicidality does not assess any depressive episode. the sample did not include persons who had committed suicide. As suicidal ideation, plans, and attempts are on a spectrum it is difficult to find valid and appropriate, as well as culturally-sensitive, screening questions for suicidal risk that are comparable across international studies. The data used in this study were based on self-reports of smoking, drinking, and suicide risk.The combination of alcohol use and smoking was associated with greater suicide risk than were alcohol and smoking separately.
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