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The Opioid Epidemic in West Virginia.

The rate of overdose related to the use of licit and illicit opioids has drastically increased over the last decade in the United States. The epicenter has been West Virginia with the highest rates of overdoses accounting for 41.5 deaths per 100 000 people among the 33 091 deaths in 2015. The purpose of this research was to examine and analyze the cause of the opioid epidemic and subsequent responses to it in the state of West Virginia. This study conducted a literature review using 37 references that were ...

Prenatal Opioid Maintenance in the United States and Its Effect on Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome: The Case of West Virginia's Opioid Epidemic.

West Virginia's opioid epidemic has been the cause of more than 42 000 deaths each year. Opioid abuse has become an issue among pregnant mothers and has increased the effects of neonatal abstinence syndrome (NAS) in infants. The purpose of this study was to evaluate the participation of prenatal opioid maintenance to determine whether it has decreased the amount of treatment needed for NAS in infants in West Virginia. The methodology utilized a literature review complemented with a semistructured interview....

The Affordable Care Act In The Heart Of The Opioid Crisis: Evidence From West Virginia.

West Virginia is at the epicenter of a national opioid crisis, with a 2016 fatal opioid overdose rate of 43.4 per 100,000 population-more than triple the US average. We used claims data for 2014-16 to examine trends in treatment for opioid use disorder (OUD) among people enrolled in the West Virginia Medicaid expansion program under the Affordable Care Act. Expanding Medicaid could provide services to populations that may previously have had limited access to OUD treatment. We thus sought to understand tren...

Congenital Heart Defects in West Virginia: Preliminary Findings from an Ecological Study of Effects of an Industrial Watershed on Increased Incidence.

Congenital anomalies are the leading cause of infant death, with congenital heart (CHD) defects the most common type. The study objective was to evaluate the incidence of fetal CHD in a tertiary care medical center's obstetric population in West Virginia and map areas of possible environmental exposure.

Notes from the Field: Hepatitis A Outbreak Associated with Drug Use and Homelessness - West Virginia, 2018.

Opioid Overdose Hospitalization Trajectories in States With and Without Opioid-Dosing Guidelines.

High-risk opioid-prescribing practices contribute to a national epidemic of opioid-related morbidity and mortality. The objective of this study was to determine whether the adoption of state-level opioid-prescribing guidelines that specify a high-dose threshold is associated with trends in rates of opioid overdose hospitalizations, for prescription opioids, for heroin, and for all opioids.

Association of Naloxone Coprescription Laws With Naloxone Prescription Dispensing in the United States.

To mitigate the opioid overdose crisis, states have implemented a variety of legal interventions aimed at increasing access to the opioid antagonist naloxone. Recently, Virginia and Vermont mandated the coprescription of naloxone for potentially at-risk patients.

Screening for Opioid Misuse in the Nonhospitalized Seriously Ill Patient.

Responding to an epidemic of opioid-related deaths, guidelines and laws have been implemented to promote safe opioid prescribing practices. This study evaluates differences in screening practices and knowledge of laws between oncologists and cardiologists who prescribe opiates. Surveys regarding screening practices and knowledge of opioid prescribing laws were distributed in March 2017 to oncology and congestive heart failure (CHF) clinicians at the University of Virginia. Chi-square and Wilcoxon rank sum...

Revenue Losses to State and Federal Government From Opioid-related Employment Reductions.

The main purpose of this study was to estimate the tax revenue lost by state and federal governments as a result of adverse labor market outcomes attributable to opioid misuse.

Design of a student-led organizational partnership to host an annual statewide Science Olympiad K-12 outreach tournament.

Since fall 2015, the University of Virginia's (UVA) Engineering Student Council (ESC) has partnered with the nonprofit Virginia Science Olympiad (VASO) organization to host a Science Olympiad (SciOly) state tournament in Charlottesville, Virginia, each spring. This annual tournament brings over 2,000 middle and high school students, teachers, and parents to the UVA campus, and teams of 15-17 people from roughly 90 schools across Virginia participate in 46 different events (23 middle school, Division B; 23 h...

Assessment of Changes in the Geographical Distribution of Opioid-Related Mortality Across the United States by Opioid Type, 1999-2016.

As the opioid epidemic evolves, it is vital to identify changes in the geographical distribution of opioid-related deaths, and the specific opioids to which those deaths are attributed, to ensure that federal and state public health interventions remain appropriately targeted.

Survey of Southern Wisconsin Needle Exchange Clients Regarding Opioid Overdose and Naloxone Use.

Factors surrounding opioid overdose and naloxone use must be explored from the user perspective in order to more effectively combat the current opioid crisis.

Estimated costs to the Pennsylvania criminal justice system resulting from the opioid crisis.

The opioid crisis has made financial impacts across all levels of the public sector. This report focuses on costs related to the criminal justice system (CJS) in Pennsylvania. Costs impacting 3 principal areas of the CJS are examined: opioid-related arrests, court costs, and incarceration. Analysis of the state-level CJS is our main focus; no local-level costs are included. Through this examination, costs of the opioid crisis for the period of 2007 to 2016 were estimated using opioid costs for 2006 as a bas...

Trends and Patterns of Geographic Variation in Opioid Prescribing Practices by State, United States, 2006-2017.

Risk of opioid use disorder, overdose, and death from prescription opioids increases as dosage, duration, and use of extended-release and long-acting formulations increase. States are well suited to respond to the opioid crisis through legislation, regulations, enforcement, surveillance, and other interventions.

Opioid Prescribing After Opioid-related Inpatient Hospitalizations by Diagnosis: A Cohort Study.

Any opioid-related hospitalization is an indicator of opioid-related harm and should ideally trigger carefully monitored decreases in opioid prescribing after inpatient stays in many, if not most, cases. However, past studies on opioid prescribing after hospitalizations have largely been limited to overdose related visits. It is unclear whether prescribing is different for other opioid-related indications such as opioid dependence and abuse and how that may compare with hospitalizations for overdose.

State-Specific Cessation Behaviors Among Adult Cigarette Smokers - United States, 2014-2015.

This study assessed state-specific smoking cessation behaviors among US adult cigarette smokers aged 18 years or older. Estimates came from the 2014-2015 Tobacco Use Supplement to the Current Population Survey (N = 163,920). Prevalence of interest in quitting ranged from 68.9% (Kentucky) to 85.7% (Connecticut); prevalence of making a quit attempt in the past year ranged from 42.7% (Delaware) to 62.1% (Alaska); prevalence of recently quitting smoking ranged from 3.9% (West Virginia) to 11.1% (District of Col...

State-Specific Prevalence of Quit Attempts Among Adult Cigarette Smokers - United States, 2011-2017.

From 1965 to 2017, the prevalence of cigarette smoking among U.S. adults aged ≥18 years decreased from 42.4% to 14.0%, in part because of increases in smoking cessation (1,2). Increasing smoking cessation can reduce smoking-related disease, death, and health care expenditures (3). Increases in cessation are driven in large part by increases in quit attempts (4). Healthy People 2020 objective 4.1 calls for increasing the proportion of U.S. adult cigarette smokers who made a past-year quit attempt to ≥80%...

Has a Prescription-limiting Law in Rhode Island Helped to Reduce Opioid Use After Total Joint Arthroplasty?

In the United States, since 2016, at least 28 of 50 state legislatures have passed laws regarding mandatory prescribing limits for opioid medications. One of the earliest state laws (which was passed in Rhode Island in 2016) restricted the maximum morphine milligram equivalents provided in the first postoperative prescription for patients defined as opioid-naïve to 30 morphine milligram equivalents per day, 150 total morphine milligram equivalents, or 20 total doses. While such regulations are increasingly...

Opioid misuse, labor market outcomes, and means-tested public expenditures: a conceptual framework.

As the opioid epidemic has drawn increased attention, many researchers are attempting to estimate the financial burden of opioid misuse. These estimates have become particularly relevant as state and local governments have begun to take legal action against pharmaceutical manufacturers, distributors, and others who are identified as being potentially responsible for the worsening epidemic. An important category of costs includes those related to the effect of opioid misuse on labor market outcomes and produ...

Patterns of Opioid Administration Among Opioid-Naive Inpatients and Associations With Postdischarge Opioid Use: A Cohort Study.

Patterns of inpatient opioid use and their associations with postdischarge opioid use are poorly understood.

Prescription Drug Monitoring Program Mandates: Impact On Opioid Prescribing And Related Hospital Use.

Comprehensive mandates for prescription drug monitoring programs (PDMPs) require state-licensed prescribers and dispensers both to register with and to use the programs in most clinical circumstances. Such mandates have the potential to improve providers' participation and reduce opioid-related adverse events. Using Medicaid prescription data and hospital utilization data across the US in the period 2011-16, we found that state implementation of comprehensive PDMP mandates was associated with a reduction in...

Opioid prescribing in minimally injured trauma patients: Effect of a state prescribing limit.

Opioid-prescribing practices for minimally injured trauma patients are unknown. We hypothesized that opioid-prescribing frequency and morphine-equivalent doses prescribed have decreased in recent years, specifically surrounding an acute prescribing limit implemented in August 2017 mandating opioid prescriptions not exceed 210 morphine-equivalent doses.

Trends in the medical supply of fentanyl and fentanyl analogues: United States, 2006 to 2017.

Fentanyl is an important opioid for pain management, but also has exceptional potential for misuse. Seven states have implemented opioid prescribing laws. The objectives of this study were to: 1) characterize the temporal pattern of fentanyl, fentanyl analogue, and other opioid use over the past decade, and 2) determine whether opioid prescribing laws impacted fentanyl use in the US. Drug weights were obtained from the US Automated Reports of Consolidated Orders System (June 2018), a comprehensive publicall...

Survey of medical malpractice cases and settlements with pathology or laboratory standard of care issues.

Medicolegal liability is an issue of concern for all physicians, including pathologists. Identification of the key clinical issues that tend to lead to medical malpractice litigation, as well as the settlement values for such claims, can be useful for prospective risk management. This review analyzes medical malpractice claims filed in state and federal courts as published in legal databases. Additionally, this review also analyzes the reported settlement values for such claims.

Opioid induced adrenal insufficiency: what is new?

Despite the declaration of an opioid epidemic, opioid use remains prevalent. Side-effects of chronic opioid use continue to be problematic. Opioid-induced endocrinopathies have been well documented, yet opioid-induced adrenal insufficiency (OIAI) remains underappreciated. This review summarizes what is currently known regarding the prevalence, predictive factors for the development and effect of treatment of OIAI.

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