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  1. February 20, 2021 - Use of chemotherapy and opiates were more common, but use of hospice was less common, in the prospective … In multivariate models, visit with a surgeon was positively associated with use of chemotherapy and opiates … Visit with an oncologist was positively associated with chemotherapy, opiates, and hospice. … The adequate treatment of pain at the end-of-life is a cornerstone of end-of-life care, 12 and opiates … The adequate treatment of pain at the end-of-life is a cornerstone of end-of-life care. 12 Opiates are
  2. February 20, 2021 - Use of chemotherapy and opiates were more common, but use of hospice was less common, in the prospective … Visit with an oncologist was positively associated with chemotherapy, opiates, and hospice. … The adequate treatment of pain at the end-of-life is a cornerstone of end-of-life care,12 and opiates … Overall, use of long acting opiates, alone or in Effective Health Care Research Report Number 21 … The adequate treatment of pain at the end-of-life is a cornerstone of end-of-life care.12 Opiates are
  3. February 20, 2021 - available in North America, may be a possible alternative to traditional intramuscular injections of opiates
  4. February 20, 2021 - Antitussives were further categorized as opiates, anesthetics, nonpharmacological, or “other” types. … and placebo (11 comparisons, 16%) and comparisons between antitussive opiates and other antitussives … relative effects on cough severity for four classes of treatments for chronic cough: antitussive opiates … Most of the studies compared the treatment with placebo, but one compared opiates with dextromethorphan … (opiates) vs. placebo Low SOE 11 studies; 396 subjectsb 0.63 (95% CI, 0.40 to 0.86; p<0.0001),
  5. February 20, 2021 - — Antitussive (opiates) vs. … — Antitussive (opiates) vs. … — Antitussive (opiates) vs. … — Antitussive (opiates) vs. … Antitussive (opiates) vs.
  6. February 20, 2021 - on cough severity was 0.54 (95% confidence interval [CI], 0.27 to 0.80; p=0.0008), and the effect of opiates
  7. February 20, 2021 - counting or versus exhaled nitric oxide versus tussigenic challenge In the case of unresponsive cough, opiates
  8. February 20, 2021 - treatment in broad terms including diagnosis or management of underlying etiology or administration of opiates … thoracentesis, and pleurodesis), or for documentation of the use of symptomatic-focused therapies, primarily opiates
  9. February 20, 2021 - Loughlin Question 2 Opiates DO WORK for long term pain relief. … This is a new season, one that includes opiates. … I come home to my best friend, one who opiates have literally saved his ! … As is the entire War on Opiates is in our government. … All that when a prior prescription for opiates worked with little side effect.
  10. February 20, 2021 - Therapy Name Nonspecific pharmacologic antitussives (cough suppressants) Anesthetics Benzonatate Opiates … symptomatic treatment of cough with antitussive and protussive medications Antitussive treatments include opiates … nitric oxide) KQ 2: Nonspecific symptomatic treatment of cough with: Antitussive medications such as opiates
  11. February 20, 2021 - Medications that commonly cause gastric emptying delay are opiates or glucagon-like peptide agonists … subsequent timed imaging, ideally 4 hours.7, 8 Clinicians withhold interfering medications, such as opiates … sugar; smoking status; diabetes status; defecatory dysfunction status; and the use of prokinetics, opiates … transit constipation, and on whether the study instructed patients to abstain from tobacco, prokinetics, opiates … etiology, comorbidities, prior surgery or gastric pacer), diagnostic test procedures (e.g., use of opiates
  12. Dyspnea DEcIDE (pdf file)

    February 20, 2021 - treatment in broad terms including diagnosis or management of underlying etiology or administration of opiates … thoracentesis, and pleurodesis), or for documentation of the use of symptomatic-focused therapies, primarily opiates
  13. February 20, 2021 - over the age of 50 at the 40 plus clinics abuse or misuse the medications that were derived from opiates … After two weeks taking morphine it became clear that I am non-responsive to opiates. … What that means is that the side effects that opiates are known for (heroin, codeine, morphine, Fentanyl … It may be due to my non- responsiveness to opiates but there is no reason to stop my use of Nucynta … A true waiver program should allow those of us who really need to take opiates or their relatives to
  14. February 20, 2021 - What about opiates and neuroleptics? … Agents—Confusing heading as some of the studies reviewed clearly describe a comparison of different opiates … hours, triptans are not likely to work. if the main feature is pain (not nausea) then analgesics (opiates
  15. February 20, 2021 - Therapy Name Nonspecific pharmacologic antitussives (cough suppressants) Anesthetics Benzonatate Opiates … Antitussive treatments include opiates (codeine, hydrocodone), dextromethorphan, and respiratory anesthetics … oxide) • KQ 2: Nonspecific symptomatic treatment of cough with: o Antitussive medications such as opiates
  16. February 20, 2021 - department visits in 2010, over twice as many as in 2004. 5 Substance abuse treatment admissions for opiates
  17. February 20, 2021 - Opiates and butalbital-containing medications have a two-fold higher risk of MOH development compared
  18. February 20, 2021 - ., morphine, fentanyl) and the use of illegal opiates (e.g., heroin), have brought heightened attention
  19. February 20, 2021 - Medications that commonly cause gastric emptying delay are opiates or glucagon-like peptide agonists … subsequent timed imaging, ideally 4 hours.7,8 Clinicians withhold interfering medications, such as opiates … sugar; smoking status; diabetes status; defecatory dysfunction status; and the use of prokinetics, opiates … Medications, such as opiates or glucagon-like peptide agonists, are the usual cause of delay of gastric … Most radiology centers require that all possible interfering medications, such as opiates, motility
  20. #14 SUBSTANCE ABUSE (pdf file)

    February 20, 2021 - However, buprenorphine may not be sufficient for patients who were taking very high quantities of opiates

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