Treatment of opioid use disorder in hospitalized patients
Initiating treatment for OUD in the hospital setting is feasible and effective.
Is mindfulness key to helping physicians with mental health?
“When we go into our state of deep rest in the meditation practice, which is two to five times more restful than sleep, it heals those stress...
Intranasal vs. intramuscular naloxone in reversing opioid overdose
Is intranasal naloxone as effective as intramuscular naloxone in reversing opioid overdose at the same dose?
Short-acting opioids needed for withdrawal in U.S. hospitals, say experts
The short-acting drugs can complement methadone and buprenorphine to help patients get faster relief and help patients stay in the hospital to...
Opioid-induced adrenal insufficiency for the hospitalist
Opioid-induced adrenal insufficiency is an underrecognized cause of central adrenal insufficiency.
FDA approves combo pill for severe, acute pain
Seglentis contains 56 mg of celecoxib and 44 mg of tramadol.
Case reports underscore risk of cerebral edema, AFCE in children with COVID-19
Neurologists urge colleagues to watch for similar cases in children.
Is AFib a stroke cause or innocent bystander? The debate continues
Many believe AFib is a risk marker for stroke, but new evidence suggests it may be a causal risk factor.
Opioid prescribing mapped: Alabama highest, New York lowest
The Medicare Part D opioid prescribing rate dropped in all 50 states from 2014 to 2019, but disparities remain.
Growing proportion of cardiac arrests in U.S. considered opioid related
Due to a steep rise, opioid-associated cardiac arrests have become a major public health issue.