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  1. March 30, 2020 - Thromboembolism Medication Errors/Preventable Adverse Drug Events Side Effects/Adverse Drug Reactions Opiates
  2. March 01, 2014 - 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),
  3. Sb216-Appendix (pdf file)

    October 01, 2004 - alkaloids), unspecified 965.01 Poisoning – heroin 965.02 Poisoning – methadone 965.09 Poisoning – opiates … poisoning by heroin E850.1 Accidental poisoning by methadone E850.2 Accidental poisoning by other opiates … effects in therapeutic use E935.1 Methadone causing adverse effects in therapeutic use E935.2 Other opiates
  4. August 01, 2005 - In addition, cumulative limits of opiates that can be administered during specified time intervals also
  5. April 02, 2018 - Combinations of opioid with other drug dependence 304.7x Opioids Combinations of drug dependence excluding opiates … heroin E850.0 Opioids Accidental poisoning by methadone E850.1 Opioids Accidental poisoning by other opiates
  6. January 01, 2016 - Providers Error Types Epidemiology of Errors and Adverse Events Safety Target Opiates
  7. March 01, 2014 - — Antitussive (opiates) vs. … — Antitussive (opiates) vs. … — Antitussive (opiates) vs. … — Antitussive (opiates) vs. … Antitussive (opiates) vs.
  8. January 07, 2013 - on cough severity was 0.54 (95% confidence interval [CI], 0.27 to 0.80; p=0.0008), and the effect of opiates
  9. Candidate pharmaceuticals in this category include opiates, hypnotics, sedatives, and anesthetics.
  10. September 01, 2019 - and Policy Approaches Resource Type Patient Safety Primers Safety Target Opiates
  11. August 01, 2014 - ABUSE-EPISODIC 305.53 OPIOID ABUSE-IN REMISSION 965.00 OPIUM POISONING 965.09 POISONING BY OTHER OPIATES … AND RELATED NARCOTICS E850.2 ACCIDENTAL POISONING BY OTHER OPIATES AND RELATED NARCOTICS E935.2 … OTHER OPIATES AND RELATED NARCOTICS CAUSING ADVERSE EFFECTS IN THERAPEUTIC USE Hospital stays that
  12. July 02, 2015 - Medicare Uninsured Medicaid Private insurance 75 40 28 41 Anticoagulants Steroids Antibiotics Opiates
  13. May 22, 2017 - Administrators Error Types Epidemiology of Errors and Adverse Events Safety Target Opiates
  14. October 01, 2012 - Approach to Improving Safety Communication Improvement Safety Target Opiates
  15. October 31, 2016 - • 965.00–965.02; 965.09: Poisoning by opium (alkaloids), unspecified; heroin; methadone; other opiates … Poisoning by opiate antagonists • E850.0–E850.2: Accidental poisoning by heroin; methadone; other opiates … and related narcotics • E935.0–E935.2: Heroin, methadone, other opiates and related narcotics causing
  16. July 01, 2003 - Education and Training Safety Target Medication Errors/Preventable Adverse Drug Events Opiates
  17. February 01, 2018 - Approach to Improving Safety Root Cause Analysis Safety Target Dispensing Errors Opiates
  18. August 01, 2014 - 305.53 OPIOID ABUSE-IN REMISSION 965.00 OPIUM POISONING 965.09 POISONING BY OTHER OPIATES … AND RELATED NARCOTICS E850.2 ACCIDENTAL POISONING BY OTHER OPIATES AND RELATED NARCOTICS … E935.2 OTHER OPIATES AND RELATED NARCOTICS CAUSING ADVERSE EFFECTS IN THERAPEUTIC USE
  19. February 21, 2020 - Dispensing Errors Monitoring Errors and Failures Ordering/Prescribing Errors Transcription Errors Opiates
  20. December 01, 2010 - drugs (digoxin, milrinone) Moderate sedation agents (midazolam, chloral hydrate) Narcotics/opiates