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Tramadol: Weighing the Risks in Children

The FDA is evaluating the safety of tramadol in children after a recent case report of tramadol-associated respiratory depression in a child. What will the results tell us? Pediatric Pharmacotherapy

Review of tramadol use within NHS Scotland following reclassification

After growing reports of misuse and harm, including increased implication in drug-related deaths, the Advisory Council on the Misuse of Drugs recommended that tramadol should be reclassified as a clas...

Rising opioid prescriptions following low-risk surgeries

Physicians are prescribing more opioid painkillers than ever before to patients undergoing common surgeries, according to new research. Opioid abuse and addiction is a growing concern in the U.S. Appr...

New policies, educational programs help, but don't solve, problems with opioid abuse

Medical provider training, new clinic policies and efforts to 'taper' opioid use for pain treatment could significantly reduce the level of opioid medication that patients used -- a limited but positi...

States Start To Swoop In Where Doctors Fail To Police Selves On Opioid Prescriptions

As the opioid epidemic rages across the country, states have begun passing laws to rein in opioid prescriptions. Meanwhile, an analysis shows that the number of opioid prescriptions are in fact down i...

FDA issues new warnings for opioid medications

The FDA is requiring a boxed warning about the risks of opioid abuse, misuse, overdose, addiction and death for immediate-release opioid pain medication, according to a press release.The FDA is also r...

New policies, educational programs help -- but don't solve -- problems with opioid abuse

(Oregon State University) Medical provider training, new clinic policies and efforts to 'taper' opioid use for pain treatment could significantly reduce the level of opioid medication that patients us...

New policies, educational programs help—but don't solve—problems with opioid abuse

A recent study showed that medical provider training, new clinic policies and efforts to "taper" opioid use for pain treatment could significantly reduce the level of opioid medication that patients u...

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Opioid Abuse in Chronic Pain - Misconceptions and Mitigation Strategies.

The epidemic of opioid abuse is related in part to incomplete understanding of pain-relief management, opioid tolerance, and opioid addiction. Among the prevention strategies are more widespread shari...

Preemptive peritonsillar infiltration with bupivacaine in combination with tramadol improves pediatric post-tonsillectomy pain better than using bupivacaine or tramadol alone: A randomized, placebo-controlled, double blind clinical trial.

Post-tonsillectomy pain is one of the most common problems after anesthesia, therefore use of a good anesthesia technique with minimum side effect is an important aim. This study was performed to comp...

Pain management in our daily practice: should we re-evaluate?

Treatment strategies of back pain are variable. We describe an unusual case of polyuria and erectile dysfunction with a short-term tramadol use. A 29-year-old man presented to our clinic with worsenin...

Opioid Poisonings in Washington State Medicaid: Trends, Dosing, and Guidelines.

Opioid poisonings have increased as use of prescription opioid medications have increased. To reduce these poisonings, guidelines for chronic opioid use have been implemented. However, if opioid poiso...

Delta-opioid receptors as targets for migraine therapy.

The purpose of this review is to contrast the properties of the δ-opioid receptor with those of the μ-opioid receptor, which is the primary target of most currently available opioid analgesics. We a...

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