opioids


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opioids

n. pl. drogas que no son derivadas del opio pero pueden producir efectos similares a éste.
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Eager to try fresh approaches to address this epidemic, emergency departments in several states have developed effective programs that have drastically reduced the use of opioids.
A yearlong study offers rigorous new evidence against using prescription opioids for chronic pain.
Hundreds of states, counties and cities have sued drugmakers and distributors, saying that manufacturers have deceptively marketed opioids and distributors have failed to take action against indications the painkillers were diverted for improper uses.
In one study, nearly 13 percent of high school seniors reported nonmedical use of prescription opioids.
1% of 110,432 patients using opioids in a control group who did not undergo surgery.
Opioids are arguably the single largest acute threat to the health of nation in 2017.
High profile celebrity deaths and the sheer volume of opioids being consumed each day have propelled these powerful drugs into the spotlight and caught the attention of the mainstream media.
The numbers of opioid prescriptions and overdoses from opioids have both roughly quadrupled since 1999 and about 90 people in this country die from an opioid overdose every day.
The program would also boost funding for addiction programs, counseling and safe disposal of opioids.
Back when we were in training, more than 30 years ago, opioids were considered dangerous drugs that could cause addiction and life-threatening respiratory depression.
CDC examined trends in unintentional and undetermined deaths involving heroin or synthetic opioids excluding methadone (i.
Opioids are strong pain medications that a provider can prescribe or that can be obtained illegally (see "What you should know about opioid painkillers," (2,3)).