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  1. July 29, 2020 - engrained the reliance on medications for pain management is to the culture of care and its role in opiate
  2. October 01, 2012 - He reported his last opiate intake was 2 days earlier. … Per the treatment program's protocol, the patient received buprenorphine/naloxone (4.0 mg/1.0 mg) for opiate … The patient was transported to the nearest ED where he was diagnosed with acute opiate-induced respiratory … treatment; we are only told that he had a history of hypertension, current symptoms consistent with opiateOpiate withdrawal symptoms can be treated with buprenorphine/naloxone, clonidine (an opioid antagonist
  3. March 01, 2021 - alkaloids), unspecified; heroin; methadone; other opiates and related narcotics 970.1: Poisoning by opiate … methadone, other opiates and related narcotics causing adverse effects in therapeutic use E940.1: Opiate
  4. July 01, 2008 - He was given increased methadone to treat presumed worsening opiate withdrawal. … This case provides an opportunity to discuss the basics of opiate dependence and opiate withdrawal. … Major medical and psychiatric illnesses often coexist with opiate addiction. … How should this patient's opiate withdrawal be treated? … The clinical opiate withdrawal scale (COWS). J Psychoactive Drugs. 2003;35:253-259.
  5. June 12, 2013 - Patient-controlled analgesia (PCA) devices were designed to provide safe administration of opiate … Due to the dangers associated with opiate use, these errors can be fatal.
  6. April 16, 2020 - Without opiate pain medication I was bed bound for over 2 years! … After 2 years 10% of those who left on their opiate medication died. … Once I began opiate pain therapy I was able to begin to get my life back. … The non-opiate treatments do not work for DDD, not a single one. … Through these years, i have found that opiate medication works for me.
  7. May 17, 2010 - examine (1) the performance of existing " retrospective " quality indicators; (2) novel indicators for opiate … Previously validated retrospective indicators, and new measures to reflect the use of opiate analgesia … New indicators for opiate use and toxicity appear feasible and potentially important. … , j) a short-acting or a long-acting opiate, or k) both a short-acting and a long-acting opiate. … Received an outpatient prescription for) both a short-acting and a long-acting opiate.
  8. August 01, 2005 - typical PCA machine ( Figure ) contains an embedded computer programmed to give a specified amount of opiate … models need a more sensible and forgiving user interface.( 11 ) A number of patients have received opiate … As a result, it will pump more liquid, and thus more opiate, into the patient than is desired.
  9. August 01, 2020 - Ileus – possibly induced by use of opiate pain medications – prolonged the patient’s hospital stay and
  10. June 09, 2020 - A placebo-controlled study of high dose buprenorphine in opiate dependents waiting for medication-assisted … Efficacy of naltrexone hydrochloride for preventing relapse among opiate-dependent patients after detoxification … Clinical evaluation of naltrexone treatment of opiate-dependent individuals: report of the National Research … Naltrexone with or without guanfacine for preventing relapse to opiate addiction in St. … Anhedonia, depression, anxiety, and craving in opiate dependent patients stabilized on oral naltrexone
  11. October 30, 2019 - This publication reviews considerations for physicians to safely discontinue or taper long-term opiate
  12. November 01, 2003 - The physician started resuscitation and ordered naloxone [an opiate antagonist]. … In this case, had the physician indicated that the baby was being treated for opiate toxicity, the nurse
  13. June 09, 2020 - A placebo-controlled study of high dose buprenorphine in opiate dependents waiting for medication-assisted … Efficacy of naltrexone hydrochloride for preventing relapse among opiate-dependent patients after detoxification … Clinical evaluation of naltrexone treatment of opiate-dependent individuals: report of the National Research … Naltrexone with or without guanfacine for preventing relapse to opiate addiction in St. … Anhedonia, depression, anxiety, and craving in opiate dependent patients stabilized on oral naltrexone
  14. November 22, 2019 - . -- Not Found -- Anhedonia, depression, anxiety, and craving in opiate dependent patients … Booth BM., Blow FC. 2013 Naltrexone with or without guanfacine for preventing relapse to opiate … KD., Kreek MJ., Heilig M. 2003 A placebo-controlled study of high dose buprenorphine in opiate … Shiff R., Burganski I., Gelkopf M. 1992 Clinical evaluation of naltrexone treatment of opiate-dependent … Bougatsos, C. 2008 Efficacy of naltrexone hydrochloride for preventing relapse among opiate-dependent
  15. January 01, 2019 - Your Feedback: Submit Reset Cancel Study Preview Study Title and Description Reduced opiate … Primary Publication Information Comments ( 0 ) | Post/View Title Data Title Reduced opiate
  16. January 01, 2001 - Study Title and Description Efficacy of naltrexone hydrochloride for preventing relapse among opiate-dependent … Title Data Title Efficacy of naltrexone hydrochloride for preventing relapse among opiate-dependent
  17. Study Preview Study Title and Description Clinical evaluation of naltrexone treatment of opiate-dependent … Post/View Title Data Title Clinical evaluation of naltrexone treatment of opiate-dependent
  18. January 01, 2016 - Study Preview Study Title and Description Anhedonia, depression, anxiety, and craving in opiate … Post/View Title Data Title Anhedonia, depression, anxiety, and craving in opiate
  19. January 01, 2002 - Study Title and Description A placebo-controlled study of high dose buprenorphine in opiate … Title Data Title A placebo-controlled study of high dose buprenorphine in opiate
  20. January 01, 2013 - Study Title and Description Naltrexone with or without guanfacine for preventing relapse to opiate … Title Data Title Naltrexone with or without guanfacine for preventing relapse to opiate