by HPTN Substance Use Scientific Committee

AbbrevationOutcome NameAction
%CDT% Carbohydrate deficient transferrin View
ADSAlcohol Dependence Scale View
ALTAlanine transaminase View
ASIAddiction Severity Index View
ASI-AAddiction Severity Index-Alcohol (subscale) View
ASI-DAddiction Severity Index-Drugs (subscale) View
ASSISTThe Alcohol, Smoking, and Substance Involvement Screening Test View
AST Aspartate transaminase View
AST/ALT Aspartate transaminase, Alanine transaminase ratio View
AUDITAlcohol Use Disorders Identification Test View
AUDIT-3Alcohol Use Disorders Identification Test - Question 3 View
AUDIT-CAlcohol Use Disorders Identification Test-C View
BACBlood alcohol concentration View
B-MASTBrief Michigan Alcoholism Screening Test View
CAGECut down, Annoyed, Guilty, Eye-opener View
CDTCarbohydrate deficient transferrin View
CDT + MCV Carbohydrate deficient transferrin + Mean corpuscular volume View
CDTechCDTech View
CIDIComposite International Diagnostic Interview View
CRAFFTCar, Relax, Alone, Forget, Friends, Trouble View
CUADThe Chemical Use, Abuse, and Dependence View
DASTDrug Abuse Screen Test View
DAST-10Drug Abuse Screen Test - 10 item View
DUDITDrug Use Disorders Identification Test View
EtGEthyl glucuronide View
GGTGamma-Glutamyl Transferase View
GGT + MCVGamma-Glutamyl Transferase + Mean corpuscular volume View
MASTMichigan Alcohol Screening Test View
MCVMean corpuscular volume View
PEth Phosphatidylethanols View
POSITProblem Oriented Screening Instrument for Teenagers View
SAASTSelf-Administered Alcoholism Screening Test View
SDSSeverity of Dependence View
SSADDASemi-Structured Assessment for Drug Dependence and Alcoholism View
TACETolerance-Annoyance Cut Down Eye Opener View
TLFBTimeline Follow-Back View
TWEAKTolerance, Worried, Eye-Opener, Amnesia, Cut down View


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