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The Targeting Effective Analgesia in Clinics for HIV intervention is a promising strategy for improving adherence to opioid prescribing guidelines among HIV care providers and their patients on chronic opioid therapy.
Enhanced recovery after surgery protocols can reduce postoperative use of opioids in patients undergoing elective spine and peripheral nerve surgical procedures.
About half of waivered clinicians prescribe buprenorphine for opioid use disorder and most treat at levels below their patient limits.
Cancer survivors have higher rates of prescription opioid use but do not have increased rates of prescription opioid misuse compared with those without a history of cancer.
State policies that allow OUD for medical cannabis use were linked to dispensaries marketing unsupported claims for the use of cannabis for OUD.
Persistent opioid use is a common concern after cardiac surgery.
Doctors should tell patients and caregivers about the overdose antidote naloxone when they prescribe opioid painkillers such as Percocet and OxyContin and medicines to treat opioid addiction.
Filling an opioid prescription in the postpartum period is associated with an increased risk for serious opioid-related events, with the risk increasing with the number of prescriptions filled.
Researchers sought to examine national- and county-level buprenorphine prescription patterns by patient demographics and clinician specialty, and county-level characteristics associated with buprenorphine dispensing.
Approximately one-third of patients with migraine reported using opioids to treat their symptoms, a practice that contrasts with current guidelines.
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