Transient changes in behaviour lead to heroin overdose: results from a case-crossover study of non-fatal overdose
Background and aims: Heroin overdose is a serious consequence of heroin use and one of the leading causes of premature death and illness in Australia. Despite considerable research effort little is known about the effects of transient changes in heroin user behaviour and the links to overdose. This research is the first to use a suitable methodology to allow such ephemeral changes and their effects on non-fatal heroin overdose to be examined. Methods: A case-crossover design was used in which...[Show more]
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