Illicit Opioid Trade Up With Restrictions on Hydrocodone

2014 ruling to reschedule hydrocodone combo products coincided with rise in cryptomarket trade
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Hello I need some advice as I am at a crossing point in my career. I am currently a PMR pain and I joined an Anesthesia Pain private practice solo practicioner last year. He is getting older so he wants to meet with me and discuss a 2-3 year plan. Right now I have a straight base salary. We are EXTREMELY busy though we do about 20-30 procedures half day in his ASC as well as on clinic days we see about 30+ patients a day (which for me is draining and a lot). The thing I don't like is I... Negotiating new contract with boss
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Publication date: Available online 19 June 2019Source: Anaesthesia Critical Care &Pain MedicineAuthor(s): Pierre-Yves Cordier, Matthieu Laurent, Eliott Gaudray, Éric Peytel, Julien Bordes
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Publication date: Available online 19 June 2019Source: Anaesthesia Critical Care &Pain MedicineAuthor(s): Clément Derkenne, Olivier Bylicki, Romain Kedzierewicz, Antoine Lamblin, Daniel Jost
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Publication date: Available online 18 June 2019Source: Anaesthesia &Intensive Care MedicineAuthor(s): Catherine Robinson, Lorna A. HowieAbstractPain in labour is often described as one of the most severe pains experienced. Neuraxial techniques provide the most effective form of labour analgesia. However, not all women wish to have this or indeed want complete pain relief in labour. There are also subgroups of women in whom neuraxial techniques are contraindicated or attempted placement is unsuccessful. Therefore delivery units must be able to offer a range of non-neuraxial analgesia options for labour.
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AbstractBackgroundAlthough the effectiveness of epidural anesthesia on pain control after esophagectomy has been reported, the appropriate insertion level of the epidural catheter remains unclear for adequate postoperative pain control. We investigated the relationship between the epidural catheter insertion level and postoperative pain control after esophagectomy for esophageal cancer.MethodsWe analyzed retrospectively 63 patients who underwent McKeown esophagectomy for esophageal cancer between October 2014 and November 2018. The epidural catheter was inserted at the T4 –T10 level before general anesthesia inductio...
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Publication date: Available online 18 June 2019Source: Anesthesiology ClinicsAuthor(s): Josianna Schwan, Joseph Sclafani, Vivianne L. Tawfik
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When I was 17 years old, I thought my life was going perfectly. My days mostly consisted of going to school, playing sports, and trying to stay out of trouble (which was harder than it sounds). I was living in a small farm town in the middle of nowhere Ohio and couldn ’t wait to get out. Honestly, I was a bit cocky; I was a good athlete, for which I received an acceptance to the Air Force Academy, my ticket out of the rural life. I would spend four years in school, and the rest of my life serving my country, not a bad living. This was the grand plan; well, unti l I herniated a disc in my back and found out how horrib...
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Editor ’s PerspectiveWhat We Already Know about This TopicCardiac surgery is associated with a significant rate of chronic postoperative painFew proven strategies exist to reduce chronic postoperative painWhat This Article Tells Us That Is NewThe administration of pregabalin (14 days) with or without ketamine (2 days) postoperatively reduced the prevalence of pain at 3 and 6 monthsSide effects from pregabalin and ketamine administration were generally mildBackground Persistent postsurgical pain is common and affects quality of life. The hypothesis was that use of pregabalin and ketamine would prevent persistent pain ...
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Outpatient use at 90 days was seen for 5.9 and 3.0 percent of patients with and without inpatient use
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