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Early Screening for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Inpatient Detoxification and Motivation Treatment : Results and Consequences

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Early Screening for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Inpatient Detoxification and Motivation Treatment : Results and Consequences

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PROESCHOLDT, Margit G, Sandra E MÜLLER, Marc VOGEL, Undine LANG, Gerhard A WIESBECK, Wilhelm BREIT, Andreas LINDE, Marc WALTER, Michael ODENWALD, 2018. Early Screening for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Inpatient Detoxification and Motivation Treatment : Results and Consequences. In: European addiction research. 24(3), pp. 128-136. ISSN 1022-6877. eISSN 1421-9891. Available under: doi: 10.1159/000490382

@article{Proescholdt2018Early-43026, title={Early Screening for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Inpatient Detoxification and Motivation Treatment : Results and Consequences}, year={2018}, doi={10.1159/000490382}, number={3}, volume={24}, issn={1022-6877}, journal={European addiction research}, pages={128--136}, author={Proescholdt, Margit G and Müller, Sandra E and Vogel, Marc and Lang, Undine and Wiesbeck, Gerhard A and Breit, Wilhelm and Linde, Andreas and Walter, Marc and Odenwald, Michael} }

Walter, Marc terms-of-use eng Proescholdt, Margit G Lang, Undine Müller, Sandra E Müller, Sandra E Proescholdt, Margit G Aims: Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a significant comorbidity in substance use disorders (SUDs). While most studies have addressed trauma/PTSD in abstinent patients, little is known about trauma/PTSD in early detoxification treatment. The current study therefore addresses the systematic evaluation of trauma/PTSD in early inpatient detoxification.<br />Methods: A cross-sectional survey was accomplished in three German-speaking clinics (n = 134) specialized in inpatient detoxification and motivation treatment. All measures are based on self-report using trauma-specific questionnaires and measures for general psychopathological burden.<br />Results: Participation rate was 60.1% and patients did not show clinically obvious psychological distress during or after assessment. DSM-IV traumatic events were reported by 66.4%. Of the total sample, 38.1% screened positive for PTSD, and 14.9% screened positive for subsyndromal PTSD. PTSD patients reported significantly more childhood adversities and significantly higher scores in depression and ­general psychopathology compared to subsyndromal PTSD and SUD-only patients. Conclusions: Early and systematic evaluation of PTSD in SUD inpatient detoxification treatment is largely safe and yields important information for individual treatment. The high PTSD-rate and the high symptom load in SUD patients during inpatient detoxification treatment highlight the need for a more stringent address of trauma/PTSD in early SUD treatment. Walter, Marc Early Screening for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Inpatient Detoxification and Motivation Treatment : Results and Consequences Wiesbeck, Gerhard A Vogel, Marc Linde, Andreas Vogel, Marc Breit, Wilhelm Lang, Undine Odenwald, Michael 2018 Odenwald, Michael 2018-08-08T12:28:33Z Wiesbeck, Gerhard A Breit, Wilhelm Linde, Andreas 2018-08-08T12:28:33Z

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