Medical maintenance feasibility study

Don Des Jarlais, H. Joseph, V. P. Dole, M. E. Nyswander

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Abstract

The formally organized clinic may be the best method of providing methadone maintenance to large numbers of patients at a relatively low cost per patient, but it is possible to identify patients who might be better served in a setting more similar to treatment of other chronic diseases. This medical maintenance research is a feasibility study of delivering methadone maintenance treatment in a setting outside of clinics as they are currently organized and regulated.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)101-110
Number of pages10
JournalNIDA Research Monograph Series
VolumeNO. 58
StatePublished - Jan 1 1985

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Feasibility Studies
Methadone
Maintenance
Biomedical Research
Chronic Disease
Costs and Cost Analysis
Therapeutics

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  • Medicine (miscellaneous)

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Des Jarlais, D., Joseph, H., Dole, V. P., & Nyswander, M. E. (1985). Medical maintenance feasibility study. NIDA Research Monograph Series, NO. 58, 101-110.

Medical maintenance feasibility study. / Des Jarlais, Don; Joseph, H.; Dole, V. P.; Nyswander, M. E.

In: NIDA Research Monograph Series, Vol. NO. 58, 01.01.1985, p. 101-110.

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Des Jarlais, D, Joseph, H, Dole, VP & Nyswander, ME 1985, 'Medical maintenance feasibility study', NIDA Research Monograph Series, vol. NO. 58, pp. 101-110.
Des Jarlais D, Joseph H, Dole VP, Nyswander ME. Medical maintenance feasibility study. NIDA Research Monograph Series. 1985 Jan 1;NO. 58:101-110.
Des Jarlais, Don ; Joseph, H. ; Dole, V. P. ; Nyswander, M. E. / Medical maintenance feasibility study. In: NIDA Research Monograph Series. 1985 ; Vol. NO. 58. pp. 101-110.
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