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Treatment for amphetamine withdrawal. BACKGROUND: Amphetamine withdrawal has been less studied although it is a common problem with a prevalent rate of 87% among amphetamine users. Its symptoms, in particular intense craving, may be a critical factor leading to relapse of amphetamine use. In clinical practice, treatment for cocaine withdrawal has been recommended for the management of amphetamine withdrawal although the pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic properties of these two substances (...) are not the same. OBJECTIVES: To search and determine risks, benefits, and costs of a variety of treatments for the management of amphetamine withdrawal. SEARCH STRATEGY: Electronic searches of MEDLINE (1966 - December 2000), EMBASE (1980 - February 2001), CINAHL (1982 - January 2001) and Cochrane Controlled Trials Register (Cochrane Library 2000 issue 4) were undertaken. References to the articles obtained by any means were searched. SELECTION CRITERIA: All relevant randomised controlled trials (RCTs
Treatment for amphetamine dependence and abuse. BACKGROUND: The ease of synthesis from inexpensive and readily available chemicals makes possible the wide spread of amphetamine dependence and abuse. Amphetamine use is of concern because it causes a variety of devastating health consequences, including physical and neurological disorders due to amphetamines, amphetamine-induced mental disorders, health consequences of amphetamine use and social consequences of amphetamine use. OBJECTIVES (...) : To search and determine risks, benefits and costs of a variety treatments for amphetamine dependence or abuse. SEARCH STRATEGY: Electronic searches of MEDLINE (1966 - December 2000), EMBASE (1980 - February 2001), CINAHL (1982 - January 2001) and Cochrane Controlled Trials Register (Cochrane Library 2000 issue 4) were undertaken. References to the articles obtained by any means were searched. SELECTION CRITERIA: All relevant randomised controlled trials (RCTs) and clinical controlled trials (CCTs) were