All Relations between ci and cannabis

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Rahul K Chaliparambil, Mehul Mittal, William Gibson, Christopher Ahuja, Nader S Dahdaleh, Najib El Tecl. Association Between Preoperative Cannabis Use and Increased Rate of Revision Surgery Following Spinal Fusion: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Cureus. vol 16. issue 6. 2024-07-08. PMID:38975423. the rate of revision surgery among cannabis users was higher than that in non-users for all spinal fusions (rr: 3.58, 95% ci: 1.67 to 7.66, p = 0.001). 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 Not clear
Rahul K Chaliparambil, Mehul Mittal, William Gibson, Christopher Ahuja, Nader S Dahdaleh, Najib El Tecl. Association Between Preoperative Cannabis Use and Increased Rate of Revision Surgery Following Spinal Fusion: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Cureus. vol 16. issue 6. 2024-07-08. PMID:38975423. for cervical fusions alone, there remained a higher rate of revision surgery for cannabis users compared to non-users (rr: 4.47, 95% ci: 1.93 to 10.36, p = 0.0005). 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 Not clear
Rahul K Chaliparambil, Mehul Mittal, William Gibson, Christopher Ahuja, Nader S Dahdaleh, Najib El Tecl. Association Between Preoperative Cannabis Use and Increased Rate of Revision Surgery Following Spinal Fusion: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Cureus. vol 16. issue 6. 2024-07-08. PMID:38975423. for lumbar fusions alone, there was no difference in the rates of revision surgery between cannabis users and non-users (rr: 1.21, 95% ci: 0.28 to 7.73, p = 0.79). 2024-07-08 2024-07-11 Not clear
Naomi Schwartz, Theresa Poon, David Hammond, Erin Hobi. Associations between noticing public health education campaigns about cannabis and risk perceptions in the northern Canadian territories: a cross-sectional study. Health education research. 2024-06-21. PMID:38905013. noticing campaigns was associated with higher risk perceptions of daily cannabis smoking [adjusted risk ratio (rradj) = 1.09, 95% confidence interval (ci): 1.02-1.16] and vaping (rradj = 1.09, 95%ci: 1.02-1.16). 2024-06-21 2024-06-24 human
Nir Treves, Noa Yakirevich-Amir, Wiessam Abu Ahmad, Omer Bonne, Elyad Davidson, Keenan Keeling, Branden Hall, Tyler Dautrich, Ilan Mato. Characterization of Cannabis users and products and the experience of negative mental emotions following Cannabis use. European archives of psychiatry and clinical neuroscience. 2024-06-11. PMID:38861239. using cannabis for a mental purpose was associated with a small increase in reporting on negative mental emotions (or = 1.10, 95%ci [1.03-1.19]). 2024-06-11 2024-06-14 Not clear
Charles Ragusa, Bruno Pereira, David Balayssa. Study of the relationship between psychoactive substance use and pain in cancer patients and cancer survivors: A French nationwide cross-sectional study. International journal of cancer. 2024-05-15. PMID:38747216. in multivariate analysis, the monthly uses of tobacco and cannabidiol were higher in painful individuals than in nonpainful ones (odds ratio: 2.85 [95% ci 1.22-6.64] and 3.76 [95% ci 1.13-12.44], p < .05). 2024-05-15 2024-05-27 Not clear
Brittney A Hultgren, Brian H Calhoun, Charles B Fleming, Vivian H Lyons, Isaac C Rhew, Mary E Larimer, Jason R Kilmer, Katarina Guttmannov. Young Adult Alcohol and Cannabis Impaired Driving After the Opening of Cannabis Retail Stores in Washington State. Prevention science : the official journal of the Society for Prevention Research. 2024-04-25. PMID:38664365. overall duic did not change significantly (aor = 0.99, 95% ci 0.96, 1.03; 11% by 2019) but decreased among those who used cannabis (aor = 0.91, 95% ci 0.86, 0.96; 33% by 2019). 2024-04-25 2024-04-28 Not clear
Brittney A Hultgren, Brian H Calhoun, Charles B Fleming, Vivian H Lyons, Isaac C Rhew, Mary E Larimer, Jason R Kilmer, Katarina Guttmannov. Young Adult Alcohol and Cannabis Impaired Driving After the Opening of Cannabis Retail Stores in Washington State. Prevention science : the official journal of the Society for Prevention Research. 2024-04-25. PMID:38664365. duiac decreased but not significantly (overall: aor = 0.89, 95% ci 0.78, 1.01; those who used alcohol and cannabis: aor = 0.84, 95% ci 0.74, 1.04). 2024-04-25 2024-04-28 Not clear
Daniel Feingold, Yuval Neria, Dana Tzur Bita. PTSD, distress and substance use in the aftermath of October 7th, 2023, terror attacks in Southern Israel. Journal of psychiatric research. vol 174. 2024-04-17. PMID:38631140. being male was significantly associated with increased use of cannabis (adjusted odds ratio (aor) = 4.73, 95% confidence interval (ci) = 1.70-13.13, p = 0.003), and level of exposure to traumatic events was significantly associated with increased use of tranquilizers (aor = 1.58, 95% ci = 1.17-2.13, p = 0.003). 2024-04-17 2024-04-20 human
Hannah J Kim, Derek D Satre, Wendy Leyden, Amy S Leibowitz, Cynthia I Campbell, Michael J Silverber. Self-reported pain severity and use of cannabis and opioids in persons with HIV in an urban primary care setting in Northern California: A cross-sectional study. Medicine. vol 103. issue 13. 2024-03-29. PMID:38552034. in adjusted models, compared with pwh who reported neither substance (reference), prevalence of moderate/severe pain was higher for those using cannabis alone (pr 1.54; 95% ci 1.13-2.09), opioids alone (pr 1.96; 95% ci 1.31-2.94), and those reporting both (pr 2.66; 95% ci 1.91-3.70). 2024-03-29 2024-04-01 human
Carmen Cecilia Caballero-Dominguez, Adalberto Campo-Arias, María Paola Jiménez-Villamiza. Relationship Between Sexual Abuse and Substance Use Among Students from Caribbean Colombian. Journal of child sexual abuse. 2024-02-14. PMID:38351595. history of sexual abuse was associated with alcohol use (or = 1.59, 95% ci 1.10-2.30), cigarette (or = 2.08, 95% ci 1.51-2.85), cannabis (or = 2.43, 95% ci 1.66-3.56), cocaine (or = 2.51, 95% ci 1.25-5.04) and use of other substances (or = 2.33, 95% ci 1.31-4.13). 2024-02-14 2024-02-16 Not clear
Cerina Dubois, Carlotta Lunghi, Dean T Eurich, Jason R B Dyck, Elaine Hyshka, John G Hanlon, Arsene Zong. Medical cannabis authorization and risk of emergency department visits and hospitalization due to psychotic disorders: A propensity score-matched cohort study. Schizophrenia research. vol 264. 2024-02-08. PMID:38330686. incidence rates for psychotic disorders were 3.00/1000 person-years (95%ci: 2.72-3.32) in the cannabis group and 1.88/1000 person-years (1.75-2.03) in the control group. 2024-02-08 2024-02-11 Not clear
André J McDonald, Paul Kurdyak, Jürgen Rehm, Michael Roerecke, Susan J Bond. Youth cannabis use and subsequent health service use for mood and anxiety disorders: A population-based cohort study. Psychiatry research. vol 332. 2024-01-04. PMID:38176165. compared to no cannabis use, ciated with subsequent mad health service use (ahr=1.48; 95 % ci: 1.10-1.99) while weekly+ use was not (ahr=0.92; 95 % ci: 0.63-1.34). 2024-01-04 2024-01-07 Not clear
Gaurav Maggu, Swati Choudhary, Rajon Jaishy, Suprakash Chaudhury, Daniel Saldanha, Manish Boras. Cannabis use and its relationship with bipolar disorder: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Industrial psychiatry journal. vol 32. issue 2. 2024-01-01. PMID:38161465. a fixed effect model was used in the meta-analysis of these five studies and it revealed an association between cannabis and bipolar disorder with an effect size of 2.63 (95% ci: 1.95-3.53) (heterogeneity: chi² = 3.01, df = 3 ( 2024-01-01 2024-01-05 Not clear
Ikponmwosa Osaghae, Onyema Greg Chido-Amajuoyi, Banda A A Khalifa, Rajesh Talluri, Sanjay Shet. Cannabis Use among Cancer Survivors: Use Pattern, Product Type, and Timing of Use. Cancers. vol 15. issue 24. 2023-12-23. PMID:38136367. a total of 1886 cancer survivors were included in the study, with 915 (48% [95% ci: 45-51]) reporting ever using cannabis. 2023-12-23 2023-12-25 Not clear
Ikponmwosa Osaghae, Onyema Greg Chido-Amajuoyi, Banda A A Khalifa, Rajesh Talluri, Sanjay Shet. Cannabis Use among Cancer Survivors: Use Pattern, Product Type, and Timing of Use. Cancers. vol 15. issue 24. 2023-12-23. PMID:38136367. of survivors who had ever used cannabis, 36% (95% ci: 33-40) were current users. 2023-12-23 2023-12-25 Not clear
Ellen T Kurtzman, Burt S Barno. The impact of recreational cannabis laws on cannabis use disorder during "treat and release" visits to hospital emergency departments in four U.S. states, 2017-2020. Preventive medicine reports. vol 36. 2023-12-01. PMID:38021411. compared to states where recreational cannabis was illegal, legalizing cannabis for recreational use was associated with nearly a 50 % decrease in the adjusted odds of cud (aor = 0.49, 95 % ci 0.47, 0.52). 2023-12-01 2023-12-07 Not clear
Ellen T Kurtzman, Burt S Barno. The impact of recreational cannabis laws on cannabis use disorder during "treat and release" visits to hospital emergency departments in four U.S. states, 2017-2020. Preventive medicine reports. vol 36. 2023-12-01. PMID:38021411. compared to states where recreational cannabis was illegal, legalizing cannabis for recreational use was associated with nearly a 50 % decrease in the adjusted odds of cud (aor = 0.49, 95 % ci 0.47, 0.52). 2023-11-29 2023-12-07 Not clear
Anastasia Lendel, Ria Richards, Jason Benedict, Courtney Lynch, Jonathan Schaffi. Incidence of postpartum depression in low-income cannabis users with and without a history of depression. Archives of women's mental health. 2023-11-01. PMID:37910199. there was an increased risk of screening positive for ppd among prenatal cannabis users compared to non-users (arr = 1.60, 95% ci: (1.05, 2.45)). 2023-11-01 2023-11-08 human
Anastasia Lendel, Ria Richards, Jason Benedict, Courtney Lynch, Jonathan Schaffi. Incidence of postpartum depression in low-income cannabis users with and without a history of depression. Archives of women's mental health. 2023-11-01. PMID:37910199. among individuals with a history of depression, the adjusted relative risk of screening positive for symptoms of ppd at the postpartum visit was 1.62 times greater in cannabis users compared to non-users (95% ci: (1.02, 2.58)). 2023-11-01 2023-11-08 human