All Relations between ci and cocaine

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Joseph J Palamar, Charles M Cleland, Marco Vincenti, Alberto Salomon. A multivariable analysis delineating hair color, hair dyeing, and hat wearing as predictors of level of cocaine and MDMA detection in human hair samples. Drug testing and analysis. 2023-11-21. PMID:37986705. those reporting having dyed their hair were at increased odds of having any level of cocaine detected (adjusted odds ratio [aor]\xe2\x80\x89=\xe2\x80\x893.75, 95% ci confidence interval [ci]: 1.85-6.70), and compared to those with brown hair, those with blond(e) hair on average had lower levels of cocaine (ng/mg) detected (beta\xe2\x80\x89=\xe2\x80\x89-7.97, p\xe2\x80\x89=\xe2\x80\x890.025). 2023-11-21 2023-11-29 human
Howard H Chang, Haisu Zhang, Amanda D Latimore, Brian P Murray, Rohan R D'Souza, Noah Scovronick, Matthew O Gribble, Stefanie T Ebel. Associations between short-term ambient temperature exposure and emergency department visits for amphetamine, cocaine, and opioid use in California from 2005 to 2019. Environment international. vol 181. 2023-10-28. PMID:37897873. an increase in daily mean temperature from the 50th to the 95th percentile was associated with ed visits for amphetamine use (or\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa01.072, 95% ci: 1.058, 1.086), cocaine use (or\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa01.044, 95% ci: 1.021, 1.068 and opioid use (or\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa01.041, 95% ci: 1.025, 1.057). 2023-10-28 2023-11-08 Not clear
Howard H Chang, Haisu Zhang, Amanda D Latimore, Brian P Murray, Rohan R D'Souza, Noah Scovronick, Matthew O Gribble, Stefanie T Ebel. Associations between short-term ambient temperature exposure and emergency department visits for amphetamine, cocaine, and opioid use in California from 2005 to 2019. Environment international. vol 181. 2023-10-28. PMID:37897873. stronger positive associations were also observed for overdose: amphetamine overdose (or\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa01.150, 95% ci: 1.085, 1.218), cocaine overdose (or\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa01.159, 95% ci: 1.053, 1.276), and opioid overdose (or\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa01.079, 95% ci: 1.054, 1.106). 2023-10-28 2023-11-08 Not clear
Alireza Amanollahi, Tannaz Babeveynezhad, Mohsen Sedighi, Shahin Shadnia, Sadaf Akbari, Mahbobeh Taheri, Mahboobeh Besharatpour, Goljamal Jorjani, Elham Salehian, Koorosh Etemad, Yadollah Mehrab. Incidence of rhabdomyolysis occurrence in psychoactive substances intoxication: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Scientific reports. vol 13. issue 1. 2023-10-17. PMID:37848606. the highest incidence of rhabdomyolysis was observed in intoxication with heroin (57.2 [95% ci 22.6-91.8]), amphetamines (30.5 [95% ci 22.6-38.5]), and cocaine (26.6 [95% ci 11.1-42.1]). 2023-10-17 2023-11-08 Not clear
Nicky J Mehtani, Chika C Chuku, Meredith C Meacham, Eric Vittinghoff, Samantha E Dilworth, Elise D Rile. Housing Instability Associated with Return to Stimulant Use among Previously Abstaining Women. International journal of environmental research and public health. vol 20. issue 19. 2023-10-14. PMID:37835100. in analyses adjusting for demographics and socio-structural exposures over the preceding month, experiencing street homelessness was associated with initiating cocaine use (aor: 2.10; 95% ci: 1.04, 4.25) and sheltered homelessness with initiating methamphetamine use (aor: 2.57; 95% ci: 1.37, 4.79). 2023-10-14 2023-10-15 human
Roberta Noseda, Matteo Franchi, Alberto Pagnamenta, Laura M\\xc3\\xbcller, Alison M Dines, Isabelle Giraudon, Fridtjof Heyerdahl, Florian Eyer, Knut Erik Hovda, Matthias E Liechti, \\xc3\\x92scar Mir\\xc3\\xb3, Odd Martin Vallersnes, Christopher Yates, Paul I Dargan, David M Wood, Alessandro Ceschi, On Behalf Of The Euro-DEN Plus Research Grou. Determinants of Admission to Critical Care Following Acute Recreational Drug Toxicity: A Euro-DEN Plus Study. Journal of clinical medicine. vol 12. issue 18. 2023-09-28. PMID:37762912. conversely, lower odds of admission to critical care were associated with the use of cocaine (aor 0.85, 95% ci 0.74-0.99), cannabis (aor 0.44, 95% ci 0.37-0.52), heroin (aor 0.80, 95% ci 0.69-0.93), and amphetamine (aor 0.65, 95% ci 0.54-0.78), as was the arrival to the ed during the night (8 p.m.-8 a.m., aor 0.88, 95% ci 0.79-0.98). 2023-09-28 2023-10-07 Not clear
Tatiana E Pakhomova, Clara Tam, Lu Wang, Kate Salters, David M Moore, Justin Barath, Simon Elterman, Nicole Dawydiuk, Tim Wesseling, Sean Grieve, Paul Sereda, Robert Hogg, Rolando Barrio. Depressive Symptoms, the Impact on ART Continuation, and Factors Associated with Symptom Improvement Among a Cohort of People Living with HIV in British Columbia, Canada. AIDS and behavior. 2023-08-26. PMID:37632606. those reporting current cocaine use (aor 0.33; 95% ci 0.12-0.91) and having a high school education, vs. less than, (aor 0.25; 95% ci 0.08-0.82) had lower odds of improvement in depressive symptomatology. 2023-08-26 2023-09-07 human
Felicia A Browne, Yukiko Washio, William A Zule, Wendee M Wechsber. HIV-related risk among justice-involved young African American women in the U.S. South. Health & justice. vol 11. issue 1. 2023-08-24. PMID:37615878. in adjusted analyses, several substance use and sexual risk variables were found to be significant, including increased odds of positive screens for both cocaine (aor: 3.09; 95% ci [1.49, 6.41]) and marijuana (aor: 1.82; 95% ci [1.17, 2.83]), trading sex for goods (aor: 2.23; 95% ci [1.14, 4.38]), and recent sexually transmitted infections (aor: 1.84; 95% ci [1.03, 3.27]). 2023-08-24 2023-09-07 human
Eduardo R Butelman, Yuefeng Huang, David H Epstein, Yavin Shaham, Rita Z Goldstein, Nora D Volkow, Nelly Alia-Klei. Overdose mortality rates for opioids and stimulant drugs are substantially higher in men than in women: state-level analysis. Neuropsychopharmacology : official publication of the American College of Neuropsychopharmacology. 2023-06-14. PMID:37316576. the mean male/female sex ratio of mortality rate was relatively stable across jurisdictions: synthetic opioids (2.5 [95% ci, 2.4-7]), heroin, (2.9 [95% ci, 2.7-3.1], psychostimulants (2.4 [95% ci, 2.3-5]), and cocaine (2.8 [95% ci, 2.6-9]). 2023-06-14 2023-08-14 human
Hong Lai, David D Celentano, Glenn Treisman, Jag Khalsa, Gary Gerstenblith, Bryan Page, Raul N Mandler, Yihong Yang, Betty Salmeron, Sandeepan Bhatia, Shaoguang Chen, Shenghan Lai, Karl Goodkin, Man Charura. Cocaine Use May Moderate the Associations of HIV and Female Sex with Neurocognitive Impairment in a Predominantly African American Population Disproportionately Impacted by HIV and Substance Use. AIDS patient care and STDs. 2023-04-21. PMID:37083446. neither hiv [adj prevalence ratio (pr): 1.12, confidence interval (95% ci): 0.77-1.64] nor female sex (adj pr: 1.07, 95% ci: 0.71-1.61) was associated with nci among cocaine nonusers, while both hiv (adj pr: 1.39, 95% ci: 1.06-1.81) and female sex (adj pr: 1.53, 95% ci: 1.18-1.98) were associated with nci in cocaine users. 2023-04-21 2023-08-14 Not clear
Joseph J Palama. Awareness that cocaine can contain fentanyl among nightclub and festival attendees in New York City, 2018-2022. Public health nursing (Boston, Mass.). 2023-03-24. PMID:36961114. prevalence of agreement that cocaine can be adulterated increased from 42.1% (95% ci: 36.8-47.6) in 2018 to 65.6% (95% ci: 54.1-75.4) in 2022-a 55.8% increase (p\xc2\xa0<\xc2\xa0.001). 2023-03-24 2023-08-14 Not clear
Mar\\xc3\\xada Isabel G\\xc3\\xb3mez-N\\xc3\\xba\\xc3\\xb1ez, Cristian Molla-Esparza, Natalia Gandia Carbonell, Laura Badenes Riber. Prevalence of Intoxicating Substance Use Before or During Sex Among Young Adults: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Archives of sexual behavior. 2023-03-10. PMID:36897426. nonetheless, significant differences were identified between different intoxicating substances, with the use of alcohol (35.10%; 95% ci: 27.68%, 43.31%), marijuana (27.80%; 95% ci: 18.24%, 39.92%), and ecstasy (20.90%; 95% ci: 14.34%, 29.45%) significantly more prevalent than that of cocaine (4.32%; 95% ci: 3.64%, 5.11%), heroin (.67%; 95% ci: .09%, 4.65%), methamphetamine (7.10%; 95% ci: 4.57%, 10.88%), and ghb (6.55%; 95% ci: 4.21%, 10.05%). 2023-03-10 2023-08-14 Not clear
Beatriz Pu\\xc3\\xa9rtolas-Gracia, Mar\\xc3\\xada Gabriela Barbaglia, Merc\\xc3\\xa8 Gotsens, Oleguer Par\\xc3\\xa9s-Badell, Mar\\xc3\\xada Teresa Brugal, Marta Torrens, Lara Trevi\\xc3\\xb1o, Concepci\\xc3\\xb3n Rodr\\xc3\\xadguez-D\\xc3\\xadaz, Jos\\xc3\\xa9 Mar\\xc3\\xada V\\xc3\\xa1zquez-V\\xc3\\xa1zquez, Alicia Pascual, Marcela Coromina-Gimferrer, M\\xc3\\xadriam Jim\\xc3\\xa9nez-Due\\xc3\\xb1as, Israel Oliva, Erick Gonz\\xc3\\xa1lez, Nicanor Mestre, Montse Bartrol. Lifetime Dual Disorder Screening and Treatment Retention: A Pilot Cohort Study. Journal of clinical medicine. vol 11. issue 13. 2023-03-08. PMID:35807045. on multivariable analysis, the factors associated with treatment dropout were a positive screening for lifetime dual disorder (hr = 1.26; 95% ci = 1.00\xe2\x88\x921.60), alcohol use (hr = 1.35; 95% ci = 1.04\xe2\x88\x921.77), polysubstance use (alcohol or cocaine and cannabis use) (hr = 1.60; 95% ci = 1.03\xe2\x88\x922.49) and living alone (hr = 1.34; 95% ci = 1.04\xe2\x88\x921.72). 2023-03-08 2023-08-16 Not clear
Nikhila Chelikam, Zeeshan Mohammad, Krishna Tavrawala, Anjali N Krishnakumar, Anitta Varghese, Tanvi Yogesh Shrivastav, Baris Tarimci, Sushil Kumar, Stephan Z Francis, Vikramaditya Samala Venkata, Urvish K Patel, Lokesh Manjan. Prevalence of Cerebrovascular Accidents Among the US Population With Substance Use Disorders: A Nationwide Study. Cureus. vol 14. issue 11. 2022-12-29. PMID:36579212. after adjusting for socio-demographics and coexisting comorbidities, e-cigarette [or: 2.03; 95% ci: 2.03-2.03], cocaine [or: 1.54; 95%ci:1.54-1.54], heroin [or: 1.83; 95%ci: 1.83-1.83], marijuana or hashish [or: 1.01; 95% ci: 1.01-1.01], were observed to have an association with higher odds of stroke than the population without a history of using these illicit drugs.\xc2\xa0 conclusion among respondents with a history of stroke, the use of cocaine was most prevalent, followed by marijuana/hashish, heroin, e-cigarettes, and injecting illegal drugs. 2022-12-29 2023-08-14 human
Solange de Morais Montanha, Clovis Botelho, Ageo M\\xc3\\xa1rio C\\xc3\\xa2ndido da Silv. Prevalence and factors associated with tobacco use in women deprived of liberty in a prison in the Brazilian Midwest. Ciencia & saude coletiva. vol 27. issue 12. 2022-11-16. PMID:36383864. in the final model, the variables: age group, from 18-39 years (pr 1.33; 95%ci 1.10-1.61), alcohol use (pr 1.26; 95%ci 1.00-1.59), marijuana use (pr 1.16; 95%ci 1.03-1.30), and interaction between prison time and cocaine use (pr 1.05; 95%ci 1.00-1.11) remained associated with tobacco use. 2022-11-16 2023-08-14 human
Ariadne Ribeiro, Alisson Paulino Trevizol, Rogerio Adriano Bosso, Maria Clara Gianna, Denise Leite Vieira, Viviane Briese Bernardini, Elisa Brietzke, Marcelo Ribeiro, Thiago M Fidalg. The Interactions Between Vulnerabilities for HIV and Syphilis among Cisgender and Transgender People Who Use Drugs. Archives of sexual behavior. 2022-11-12. PMID:36369415. our results showed that transgender women were at higher risk of crack cocaine use (or: 5.51, p\xe2\x80\x89<\xe2\x80\x89.01, 95% ci: 2.16-14.06) than cisgender men and women. 2022-11-12 2023-08-14 Not clear
Mohamed Khayata, Noah Hackney, Antoine Addoumieh, Saqer Aklkharabsheh, Bibhu D Mohanty, Patrick Collier, Allan L Klein, Richard A Grimm, Brian P Griffin, Bo X. Impact of Opioid Epidemic on Infective Endocarditis Outcomes in the United States: From the National Readmission Database. The American journal of cardiology. 2022-09-09. PMID:36085056. after adjusting for age, diabetes mellitus, heart failure, hypertension, and end-stage renal disease, opioid abuse (odds ratio [or] 1.34; 95% confidence interval [ci] 1.23 to 1.46; p <0.001), cocaine use (or 1.32; 95% ci 1.17 to 1.48; p <0.001), other substance abuse (or 1.16; 95% ci 1.04 to 1.30; p\xc2\xa0=\xc2\xa00.008), and hepatitis c virus (or 1.32; 95% ci 1.21 to 1.43; p <0.001) correlated with higher odds of 30-day readmission. 2022-09-09 2023-08-14 Not clear
Gilmar Manoel de Barros, Alessandra Diehl, Adaene Alves Machado de Moura, Adriana Inocenti Miasso, Ronaldo Laranjeira, Cl\\xc3\\xa1udio Jer\\xc3\\xb4nimo da Silva, Sandra Cristina Pillon, Christopher Wagstaff, Ana Lucia de Moraes Hort. The Perceptions of Domestic Violence by a Family Member Who Uses Crack or Cocaine: A Secondary Retrospective Cross-Sectional Study. International journal of environmental research and public health. vol 19. issue 10. 2022-05-28. PMID:35627860. relatives of snorted cocaine users reported that there was physical and interpersonal violence, such as fathers being assaulted [ora = 2.50 (ci 95% 1.08; 5.82)], assaulted someone else [ora = 1.86 (ci 95% 1.32; 2.60)], threats of violence fights, arguments when the family talk about problematic drug use [ora = 1.50 (ci 95% 1.13; 1.96)] and threatened some family members [ora = 1.52 (ci 95% 1.14; 2.04)]. 2022-05-28 2023-08-13 Not clear
Jonah D Garry, Anjali B Thakkar, Matthew S Durstenfeld, Yifei Ma, Sithu Win, Priscilla Y Hsu. Outcomes in Patients With Heart Failure Using Cocaine. The American journal of cardiology. 2022-05-26. PMID:35618544. cocaine use was associated with increased mortality (adjusted hazard ratio [hr] 1.21; 95% confidence interval [ci] 1.00 to 1.48) and 90-day readmission (all-cause: adjusted hr 1.49; 95% ci 1.20 to 1.85; hf: adjusted hr 1.49; 95% ci 1.10 to 2.01), persisting at 1 year. 2022-05-26 2023-08-13 Not clear
Mary M Sweeney, Laura Prichett, Michael I Fingerhood, Denis Antoine, Annie Umbricht, Kelly E Dunn, Megan E Bures. Buprenorphine treatment retention and comorbidities among patients with opioid use disorder in a primary care setting. The American journal on addictions. 2022-04-06. PMID:35385169. retention was poorer among patients testing positive for cocaine (hr\xe2\x80\x89=\xe2\x80\x891.38, 95% ci:\xc2\xa01.09-1.74, p\xe2\x80\x89=\xe2\x80\x89.007) and patients with hepatitis c virus (hr\xe2\x80\x89=\xe2\x80\x891.17, 95% ci: 1.01-1.37, p\xe2\x80\x89=\xe2\x80\x89.04). 2022-04-06 2023-08-13 Not clear